A prefab sauna built atop a floating deck promises wellness with a view.
Requiem for a Tea Bag
Have you ever had an experience with a tea bag? My answer is yes and no. Yes, I have experienced the totally awkward situation of having my tea bag be all used up, and having no place that’s ironic enough to let it wither up and die! Well, I’ll tell ya, I’ve been waiting my whole tea-bagging life for a place to bury my tea bag. And here it is!
The sensuous residence draws inspiration from Scottish architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh and traditional Japanese interiors.
The 2,368-square-foot dwelling in Oeiras, a Portuguese city just west of Lisbon, features light-filled living spaces and interior...
The 19th-century townhouse at 75 ½ Bedford Street is nine-and-a-half-feet wide—and even slimmer inside.
Gray Organschi Architecture and the Yale Center for Ecosystems in Architecture team up to create the Ecological Living Module,...
Pulley-operated walls and windows open the door to indoor/outdoor living in this tiny prefab cabin.
This temporary accommodation for traveling professors tilts toward the water like the bow of a boat.
Most recently a showcase for design gallery The Future Perfect, the crescent-shaped residence in Beverly Hills is on the market for the first time ever.
Disguised as a humble farm shed, the prefabricated Tintaldra Cabin is a cool, contemporary home that goes completely off the grid in the Australian countryside.
Two families live large and comfortably in this beautiful, self-sufficient prefab in rural Australia.