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  • An Icon Revisited: Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year is Classic Blue

    An Icon Revisited: Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year is Classic Blue

    Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue has been named the shade to kick off the new decade.

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  • The World’s Largest 3D-Printed Building Just Popped Up in Dubai

    The World’s Largest 3D-Printed Building Just Popped Up in Dubai

    3D-printing innovators Apis Cor used locally sourced materials to print a two-story building in just three weeks.

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  • This Wild, Curvaceous Home Is Buried Beneath the Earth

    This Wild, Curvaceous Home Is Buried Beneath the Earth

    A sunken-earth home with voluminous interiors peers out from beneath a blanket of flora.

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  • Packing Is a Thing of the Past Thanks to This Collaboration Between Rent the Runway and W Hotels

    Packing Is a Thing of the Past Thanks to This Collaboration Between Rent the Runway and W Hotels

    A curated, luggage-free wardrobe awaits you with Rent the Runway Travel Concierge.

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  • Take a First Look Inside James Turrell’s Awe-Inspiring New Exhibition

    Take a First Look Inside James Turrell’s Awe-Inspiring New Exhibition

    An exploration of light, color, and space awaits visitors at James Turrell’s first survey exhibition in Mexico.

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  • Paul Rudolph’s Legendary Walker Guest House Is Heading to Auction Next Week

    Paul Rudolph’s Legendary Walker Guest House Is Heading to Auction Next Week

    Here’s your chance to own a piece of design history—Sotheby’s will auction the Paul Rudolph–designed gem on December 12.

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  • Drew Barrymore’s New Home Collection Arrives Just in Time for the Holidays

    Drew Barrymore’s New Home Collection Arrives Just in Time for the Holidays

    The fall collection of Drew Barrymore Flower Home is unapologetically maximalist with holiday entertaining in mind—and pieces start at just $10.

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  • The Only Surviving Craig Ellwood Case Study House Asks $2.9M

    The Only Surviving Craig Ellwood Case Study House Asks $2.9M

    Recently listed for $2,995,000, Case Study House #16 was the first of three houses Ellwood designed for the program—and it’s the only one still intact.

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  • A Writer’s Prefab Retreat Sits Lightly Upon the Land in Joshua Tree

    A Writer’s Prefab Retreat Sits Lightly Upon the Land in Joshua Tree

    Thoughtfully inserted into a desert landscape, a low-impact, two-bedroom prefab home by Cover embraces the outdoors in minimalist style.

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  • Trend Report: Design for All Ages

    Trend Report: Design for All Ages

    Universal design pioneer Patricia Moore offers advice for designing homes that adapt for every age and ability.

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  • Trend Report: Design for All Ages

    Trend Report: Design for All Ages

    Universal design pioneer Patricia Moore offers advice for designing homes that adapt for every age and ability.

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  • Robin Williams’ Former Northern California Home Lists for $7.25M

    Robin Williams’ Former Northern California Home Lists for $7.25M

    Set on a double lot, the Mediterranean-style home looks out over the widest part of San Francisco Bay.

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  • An Architect’s Remembrance of the Great Ray Kappe

    An Architect’s Remembrance of the Great Ray Kappe

    Architect William Hogan recounts the stroke of luck that introduced him to Ray Kappe, and the profound influence Kappe would have on his life.

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  • Tesla’s Cybertruck Is a Retro-Future Space Brick—and I’m Down With That

    Tesla’s Cybertruck Is a Retro-Future Space Brick—and I’m Down With That

    The future is pointy.

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  • We Need to Talk About Hygge—You’re Doing it Wrong

    We Need to Talk About Hygge—You’re Doing it Wrong

    In Denmark, where it’s gray and rainy 179 days a year, hygge is knitted into the fabric of life. For the rest of us—well, we’ve all been trying a little too hard.

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  • Eva Longoria’s L.A. Mansion With a Swimming Grotto Lists for a Reduced $9.5M

    Eva Longoria’s L.A. Mansion With a Swimming Grotto Lists for a Reduced $9.5M

    Once owned by Tom Cruise, the secluded three-acre property offers multiple residences, a resort-like swimming pool, and 180-degree city views.

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  • Plant Prefab Unveils Scalable Homes for California Wildfire Victims

    Plant Prefab Unveils Scalable Homes for California Wildfire Victims

    Designed by Burdge Architects, Plant Prefab’s new Sunset BUD LivingHome is an upscale, flexible, and resilient house designed for California.

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  • 15 Breakfast Nooks That’ll Make You Want to Ditch Your Dining Table

    15 Breakfast Nooks That’ll Make You Want to Ditch Your Dining Table

    From petite to sweeping, retro to modern, these designs are taking breakfast nooks to the next level.

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  • An Affordable Country Dream Home Just Scooped RIBA’s House of the Year

    An Affordable Country Dream Home Just Scooped RIBA’s House of the Year

    Belfast-based architects McGonigle McGrath designed House Lessans with a nod to rural vernacular—and they made every dollar count.

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  • My House: A Creative Couple’s Live/Work Loft Is Full of Sunny, Southwestern Vibes

    My House: A Creative Couple’s Live/Work Loft Is Full of Sunny, Southwestern Vibes

    Bay Area makers and entrepreneurs Jimmy Brower and Damien Merino fill their desert-inspired home with work by local artists to keep the creative juices flowing.

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