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For "The Library Book," photographer Thomas Schiff traveled across the US in search of the most stunning library architecture.
Inside the ‘paparazzi-proof’ building where dozens of celebrities —including Bella Hadid and The Weeknd — live in New Yor...
Last week, Bella Hadid and The Weeknd became the latest celebrity duo to move into 443 Greenwich Street, noted haven for Manhattan's most famous.
Before and after photos show how abandoned grain elevators are turning into luxury hotels, tiny homes, and museums
Thousands of grain elevators throughout the US have been abandoned, and some developers are turning old silos into hotels, museums, and homes.
This couple turned a delivery truck into the perfect tiny home for $25,000 and now use it to travel around Europe
A UK couple bought a former bread-delivery truck and turned it into a stunning tiny home. Now they live in it full-time and travel around Europe.
A design firm is renovating an Italian farmhouse with a giant tree in the living room. The building will open as a private residence in late 2019.
Architects are increasingly turning to mass timber — or large, prefabricated wood pieces — to sequester carbon and spend less on construction. In Newark, New Jersey, a proposal for a wooden office complex would create the largest mass timber building in the US.
As part of its MINI Living design series, BMW has debuted a series of urban cabins, which offer a temporary space that's even smaller than the standard tiny home.
An egg, a tree, a fish – the possibilities are endless.
TripAdvisor Rentals collaborated with Wayfair's UK team to create a luxury treehouse in England's North Devon region. With features ranging from a plush velvet sofa to a wood-fired pizza oven, guests can unwind in style. Keep reading to take a virtual tour of this stunning woodland abode.
Sometimes, even the most beautiful buildings don't stand the test of time: they might've gotten torn down, or they're lost to fires or earthquakes. HomeAdvisor created composites of what some of these iconic buildings would look like today, compared with what actually stands in their place now.