Proving beautiful design can be achieved in small spaces and on a small budget, an architect crafts a home office for his emerging practice in East London.
Convert Old TV Cabinets Into State of the Art Play Kitchens
You've seen these clunky monsters at Goodwill, garage sales, or possibly in your own basement. I've got to say, I never saw this coming.
These sturdy, state of the art play kitchens are some of the best examples of furniture re-use I've ever seen. See what I mean...This first one was lovingly converted into a cute little red and white kitchen by Milla's grandma and grandpa. (Can you imagine how much fun they had?)
A year ago, ICON proved it could 3D print a home you’d actually want to live in. Now, it’s building a cluster of 3D-printed homes for the homeless.
Thanks to a sleek, mirrored facade, these prefab cabins at a new hotel and winery in Uruguay all but disappear into the mountains.
Zooco Estudio creates a sublime workspace on the top floor of a painter’s home.
The light and bright 570-square-foot units are just a 20-minute ferry ride from Seattle, Washington, perfect for a weekend getaway.
Danish brand Vipp allows guests to book design-forward rooms in the form of a lakeside prefab, an urban loft, and a converted industrial building.
Taking cues from the otherworldly landscape of Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California, artist Shawn Button crafts an...
French provincial touches make this remodeled villa an indoor/outdoor haven.
Amos Goldreich Architecture remodels Almington Street House in London on a budget, pairing open shelving with modified IKEA cabinets in the kitchen.
The 194-square-foot addition by Novak Hiles Architects features an open-plan kitchen and dining area that connects to a split-level garden.