This beautifully preserved midcentury home was originally designed by Danish architect John F. Jensen in 1955, and it’s thought to be one of a handful of Jensen-designed residences in Portland’s Vista
A disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, Resnick built the Calabi-Picker House using materials and techniques that exemplify Usonian architecture. Aaron L. Resnick is best known for his role as a founding architect
Designers Paul Fortune and Gachot Studios reimagined the 2,500-square-foot home in 2017. Recently listed for sale in Manhattan is the delightfully harmonious home of Nate Ruess, lead singer of the band
Cross-laminated timber, black corrugated steel, and polished concrete merge in these handsome spaces. London-based Fentiman Design and Orsinibrewin Architects recently partnered up to revitalize a run-down
Gloster’s recent acquisition of land in Indonesia is just another example of how the company is an industry leader in sustainability. Known for the minimalist, modern designs of their outdoor furniture
Formerly Home to an Artist and Knitwear Designer, a Commercial Space-Turned-Dwelling Hits the Market
Tucked away behind a storefront-like facade on London’s Fashion Street is a five-story Victorian home on the market that’s gone through two astounding revivals by London-based creative agency, Brinkworth.
Designed by Brooks +Scarpa, The Six offers housing and support services to one of the city’s most vulnerable populations. With an estimated 47,000 people living in shelters or on the street, Los Angeles