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In an interview with Dezeen, an impassioned Bjarke Ingels shares his hopes and dreams for the Amager Bakke Waste-to-Energy Plant, which is currently under construction in Copenhagen. “Right now you  Read more

Photo via North Carolina Modernist Houses · Flipped Charles Buchanan craftsman asks $799K. · Modernist houses across North Carolina win top honors. · Deutsches Haus design too “Germanic looking.” ·  Read more

Photo via KNSTRCT Providing further evidence that South America has all the best severely modern glass boxes, WMR Arquitectos’ Casa Till has little regard for walls, but a whole lot  Read more

Photo via The Design Files Proving once again that Australian 20-somethings put Americans to shame when it comes to first forays into homeownership, landscape gardener Daniel Stray bought this charming  Read more

One of the homes where American poet and short-story writer Elizabeth Bishop spent much of her childhood has been put up for sale asking $125K. Born in Worcester, Mass., in  Read more

Despite its striped floors, splattered walls, and generally polarizing style, this bonkers NYC apartment just sold for a staggering $16,220,300. Owned by art world heavyweight Tobias Meyers and originally listed  Read more

In a video interview released by his firm, architect Steven Holl responds to critics of his addition to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art. “His building was a shock  Read more

Big time NFL players are celebrated for many reasons: famous model wives, signature end zone poses, and, you know, athleticism or whatever, but interior decorating prowess has absolutely never, ever  Read more

Photo via Porigami Following in the footsteps of the paper architects (no, not that paper architect) who have recreated elaborate Buddhist temples, entire Inception-like cities, the Taj Mahal, and the  Read more

Only in New Orleans can one find a charming antebellum townhouse, formerly the home of a jazz legend, on the market for less than $1M. The $995K dwelling, which comes  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

“Sources close to the president who are familiar with the situation” tell TMZ that Barack and Michelle Obama did not make a completely out-of-character $4.25M purchase of a swanky contemporary  Read more

Recently added to the mixed bag of for-sale homes by Frank Lloyd Wright students is a $1.16M three-bedroom in Walnut Creek, Calif., which hardly looks a day older than when  Read more

Luxury real estate group Corcoran is suing investor Barry Rosenstein for allegedly cutting them out of the $147M deal, the most expensive in our country’s history, for his new Hamptons  Read more

Photo by Cecil Beaton/Vogue via Architectural Digest In a 1961 article, The New York Times described socialite Lee Radziwill as “the epitome of all that is considered chic, and therefore  Read more

We’ve partnered with Lonny and to present the Outdoor Oasis Giveaway. One lucky reader will win a $3500 shopping spree to to help them create the backyard of  Read more

Real Estalker points out the star-bedazzled history of a $28.5M Beverly Hills home by revered SoCal architect Paul Williams that has been in the possession of (almost) literally everyone in  Read more

Photo via 6sqft In an ideal world, every prefabricated wooden micro-home that touts itself as perfect for transporting (via flatbed) one to a wooded glen and, uh, Walden-ing out in  Read more

Herzog & de Meuron just unveiled plans for pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca’s serrated, triangular research facility and corporate headquarters in Cambridge, UK. The lauded Swiss firm designed the modern campus to  Read more

Actress Renée Zellweger’s three-story Colonial farm estate in Pomfret, Conn., is officially back on the market, this time asking $1.6M. Undoubtably wooed by the three-bedroom’s wood-paneled library, original wide-plank wood  Read more

The Huffington Post charts the seven emotional stages of Ikea furniture assembly, from “False Sense of Security” to “Anger” (“bottle is smashed against the wall and held menacingly against the  Read more

Photo via Design Boom · A sunny remodeled home in New York. · Residents evicted from world’s tallest slum. · Inside the Temple of Agape. · UK contributes £10m to  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily Faced with the challenge of fitting a small-but-livable home onto a tiny, super narrow plot of Tokyo land, local architect Yasuhiro Yamashita designed this lantern-like Luck  Read more

Photo by Justin Coit/Domaine Actress Jessica Alba, the lucky duck, just got a visit from Domaine for the second time in a little over a year. Whereas before the focus  Read more

In the last half-decade, Miami’s development resurgence has been marked by high-flying starchitecture projects, $45M penthouses, and insane private pools. Today Curbed Miami has a look at the city’s next  Read more

“Blurred Lines” crooner Robin Thicke, whose latest album sold only 530 copies in the U.K. the week it was released, is now attempting to successfully sell just one L.A. home  Read more

After six unsuccessful years blipping on and off the market, this ludicrously overdone NYC palace—which the brokerbabble’s long touted as “Versailles in Manhattan”—is back and asking $27.5M, down $7.5M from  Read more

Chicago Patterns reveals the fractal geometric shapes in the façade of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Roloson Rowhouses in Chicago. Designed in 1894 as one of the starchitect’s earliest commissions, the mathematical  Read more

On offer for $585K (3,995,000 kr) is a converted circa-1910 sawmill outside Härnösand, Sweden, heavy on the exposed beams and whitewashed wood planks, full of vintage lighting fixtures, daintily curated  Read more

The tallest skyscraper in South Korea has finally opened its doors, a full three years after it was completed. The structure of the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed NEATT tower was done  Read more

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