Here at Curbed we never tire of looking at Airstreams new and old. Whether it’s a brand new travel trailer or a renovated vintage gem, there’s something classically enduring about the iconic “silver bullet.”
Tucked in Pleasantville, New York, less than an hour north of Manhattan, a 100-acre enclave boasts an impressive number of Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired organic homes. Most of the homes in the planned community
Virgil Abloh is quickly becoming design’s de facto renaissance man. Between creative direction for Louis Vuitton, a collab with Ikea, and installations for Vitra, we’re not sure how he has time left over
At its most basic, an RV is a place to sleep. But when a person sets out to purchase an RV, that camper often has to do much more than provide a bed—it needs to be adventure-ready. Love campers and trailers?
Architecture loves prizes. Yet, surprisingly there hasn’t been a major international award recognizing the field of landscape architecture—until now. The Cultural Landscape Foundation, a Washington D.C.-based
One of the first things that production designer Malchus Janocko noticed was the cheap materials. When he was working with his crew to design ICE detention facilities for the latest and final season of
The Trump administration stepped up its efforts on Monday to keep legal immigrants from using federal housing subsidies by amending the so-called “public charge” rule, which allows the Department of Homeland
Renting an RV for a summer trip has long been a popular choice, but a new class of rentals is focusing on the camper of the moment: the Class B van. We’ve reported in the past on companies that rent custom