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At 79, Jane Fonda Still Reigns on the Red Carpet

As has often been discussed, Hollywood is not so kind to the aging woman—no matter how gracefully she begins the process. The industry’s youth-obsessed culture can often cut off an actress’s career far too soon and rather abruptly. But Jane Fonda—the Academy Award–winning actress who turns 79 …

Red Carpet

6 Bad Habits You Must Break to Succeed

You can't outwork unhealthy patterns. The best way to ditch a bad habit is to embrace a good one in its place.<p>5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Many of the young entrepreneurs I meet through my work as a writer, investor and entrepreneur aren't reaching their …

Time Management

An Australian Renovation Gives New Life to Midcentury Style

Take a second look at Nest Architects, an Australian firm featured in our September 2016 renovation issue with this MCM update.<p>When a couple fell for the charms of an early 1960s house near Melbourne, they were equally excited by its history as its possibility. And so they tasked Nest Architects …

Warming of oceans could be humanity's 'greatest hidden challenge', report warns

The warming of the oceans may become the “greatest hidden challenge” of our generation, a major new report has warned.<p>The 456-page document, …

Footage of Osaka’s Skyline Transformed into a World Where Architecture Grows Organically | Colossal

<p>In this fantastic short titled Spatial Bodies, actual footage of the Osaka skyline is morphed into a physics-defying world of architecture where …

Osaka

The curse of urban sprawl: how cities grow, and why this has to change

The total area covered by the world’s cities is set to triple in the next 40 years – eating up farmland and threatening the planet’s sustainability. Ahead of the latest Urban Age conference, Mark Swilling says it is time to stop the sprawl<p>I have just spent two days in Barcelona, one of the most …

Urbanization

Modern Cottage Extension with Exterior Terraces by Nick Deaver Architect

The concept of outdoor living is nothing new in Texas, with homes in the region always favoring a pavilion style and an open ambiance that seamlessly …

In the Hamptons, a Modern Beach House Where All You Need To Bring is a Toothbrush

The home’s furnishings were carefully selected by the architect, including the art collection<p>Listing of the Day<p><b>Location:</b> <b>Amagansett, New York</b> <b><br>Price:</b> …

Paul McCartney

50 years on: How credit cards changed our relationship with money

<b>Fifty years ago this week Barclaycard issued the first credit cards in the UK.</b><p>Half a century on, consumers are used to a range of convenient ways to pay, but back in 1966 there was a feeling of change when people tried to brandish their exciting new plastic cards.<p>"When it arrived I didn't really …

Adidas Remixes '90s Kate Moss for Gazelle Reboot

Adidas has partnered with Kate Moss and bessnyc4 to launch its re-issued Gazelle sneakers, which some have called 'the new Stan Smiths.'<p><b>LONDON,</b> …

A neon-fueled road trip along Route 66's most iconic spots

Route 66, and its 2,500 miles, is known affectionately as "The Mother Road." It's the quintessential cross-country road trip experience. From Chicago …

Infographic: What millennials really think at work

Millennials are often accused of being lazy and entitled, <i>and that’s before they’re even working</i>. Once they’re employed, they’re assumed to be job …

Infographics

13 Easy Ways to Add Personality to a Neutral Home Decor

So you have a rather neutral home decor with safe neutral colors, standard furniture and an overall pleasing but unremarkable look. There’s nothing …

Home Decorating

15 Simple And Effective Motivational Ways To Reset Your Life And Reinvent Yourself

Busy works schedules, toxic relationships, bad habits — there are many things that make living a tough job. If that’s how you feel about life, here …

Paris is leading the world in progressive urbanism – here's how

At a time when cities are under pressure from growing populations, global warming and worsening inequality, we need to be making the most of our …

Urbanism

Another mortgage crisis might be just around the corner

Bove pointed out that the U.S. government now insures one-fourth of all new residential mortgage loans and purchases one-sixth of all residential mortgage loans issued. Further, government-sponsored enterprises Fannie May, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae own or ensure three-fifths of all current …

4 Good Reasons Not to Buy a Home

Source:Flickr user Wesley Fryer.<p>For many, homeownership represents the ultimate American Dream. But in reality, homeownership is not all rosy. There are countless costs involved in owning a home, not to mention the time and effort it takes to maintain it. While some argue that buying is a far more …

Shanghai Property Market Is `Overheated,' Top City Official Says

Shanghai’s most-senior official said the city’s property market has “overheated” and should be more tightly controlled after a recent surge in …

Articles about 6 open plan makeovers on Dwell.com - Dwell

It's been said more than once since the recession began that a down economy breeds creativity, born from heightened...<p>French designer Benoit Challand designs a cubicle-based font that dares you to rearrange the office.<p>Although she probably hasn’t told you, we’re pretty sure she has plenty of …

Peter Zumthor: Different Kinds of Silence

We visited Peter Zumthor -- one of the world's leading architects -- in his studio in Switzerland. In this extensive and rare biographical video interview he tells the captivating story of his childhood, his studies in NYC and his parents' strong influence.<p>Zumthor -- who works from the small town …

Take an Amazing Tour of LACMA's New House in This Barely SFW G-Eazy Video

The rap video is actually one of the best tours of the house you could get<p>Last week, LACMA announced that it's received its first-ever architecture donation: the spectacular Sheats-Goldstein House, in the hills of Beverly Crest. One day later, Bay Area rapper G-Eazy released the video for "Order …

Inside the Big Lebowski house – a masterpiece donated to Lacma

<b>The Sheats-Goldstein house will be left to the Los Angeles museum by the businessmen who bought and restored it with the original architect John</b> …

Architecture

Office makeover: 'If you can work anywhere, where do you want to work?'

Bright colours and playful design are tempting workers back into the office. But do they make us happier – or more productive?<p>‘Sorry, we should have filled up the pick’n’mix for you,” says Phil Stott, senior data engineer at Melbourne Server Hosting. We have just entered the office, which occupies …

During Palm Springs Modernism Week, The City Becomes a Playground for the Nostalgic

Its history as a midcentury paradise for California's lovers of modernism has made it into a 21st-century architectural amusement park<p>In its midcentury heyday, Palm Springs's idyllic landscape and remove from the glare of Hollywood studio lights made it a seductive escape for the silver screen …

Architecture

The amazing way one teacher uses donuts to teach middle schoolers a major economic concept

But they can also be used as a tool to help teach concepts from economics.<p>Gale Mitchell, who teaches an economics course to "gifted" seventh- and eighth-grade students in Tucson, Arizona, uses donuts to explain marginal analysis — or the examination of additional benefits of an activity compared to …

Economics

The Making of the Most Expensive Mansion in History

On a hilltop in Bel Air, a 100,000-square-foot gigamansion is under construction, for no one in particular. The asking price—$500 million—would shatter records, but, as ridiculous as it sounds, in L.A.'s unbridled real-estate bubble, this house could be billed as a bargain.<p>High above Bel Air, Nile …