Box Life, designed by Rainlight for Scavolini, lets residents maximize storage and conceal appliances through a series of folding panels.
The 38-story LEED Silver–certified building, designed by a team led by SCB, is as generous to the pedestrian as it is to the penthouse owner.
Designed by Mexican architects Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin, the Magnolia House accommodates—and anticipates—changing family lifestyles.
The Toronto and New York-based designers reflect on a Nienkämper-designed 70s-era chair that they just couldn't get out of their heads.
Located on a narrow lot in San Francisco's Noe Valley, the design breathed new life into a historically-protected 1920’s house.
Clad in patinated stainless steel that references the adjacent High Line, the residential complex features 40 units that bear a light touch of ZHA's signature flowing forms.
Located in Nova Scotia, the low-slung residence is clad in locally-sourced cedar and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors.
In this excerpt from the new book "Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling," firm founder Brad Cloepfil discusses "Land, Light, and Craft."
At New York’s 21 West End, interior designer ICRAVE created spaces that provide residents with every amenity they need—and that the neighborhood doesn’t yet provide—to lead healthy, happy lives.
We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best interiors of the past 16 years. The following is a curated list of ten sleek interiors with clean lines and eclectic sensibilities.