A 60s California home is updated for modern times while retaining its mid-century charm.
A 35-square-meter flat in Budapest whose walls were taken down to maximize space.
Paul Gardner, VP of Engineering and Quality at Reynolds Polymer Technology, shares a few of his favorites in this week's Friday Five.
The diamond shapes of Bavaria's natural icon weave themselves into the leitmotif of Hotel Andaz's design language.
An installation comprised of 700 interlocking modular "bio-bricks" that explores the future of 3D printing and renewable materials.
Lucia Bartholomew of Electric Bowery gives us a peek inside her plant-filled world, as well insight into how she works.
Working with a tight budget, a narrow lot, and zoning regulations, this Toronto house comes together with a face-like design.
This hotel proves that modern luxury interiors do not always have to feature white walls or minimalist furniture.
Latin America's only Google Engineering Center was designed with bold graphics, color, and lighting to create an inspiring workspace.
A Seattle home with a cohesive aesthetic via timeless materials, an open layout, and a color palette that honors its history,
Located in a converted warehouse, this apartment features a minimalist aesthetic with a muted color palette and sculptural shapes.
Penthouse P?fekuto is the result of two apartments in India that were joined together and transformed into a stunning pied-à-terre.
Founder and Principal of FGP Atelier, Francisco Gonzalez Pulido, shares a few of his favorites with us in this week's Friday Five.
The Echo House pays homage to the family's Asian Canadian heritage, resulting in a tranquil home in Toronto.
Dispersed bases encourage guests to check into different buildings for different experiences, and explore Kyoto while en route.
WOHA by Antonio Maciá designed their new office in Elche, Spain, around the concept of creating an "inner landscaped patio."