1. The Splinter Creek Home in Taylor, Mississippi Newsletter Join the Kitchen Mailing List Brighten up your inbox The Splinter Creek model house is a modern rendition of the classic dogtrot. Its materials
What makes Anfield better than Wembley? Why did Juventus fans hate the Stadio delle Alpi? And why are West Ham fans unhappy? Architects and design experts offer some answers By Sam Diss for MUNDIAL, part
Naval architect Kurt Hughes typically creates designs for the water, but when the Seattle–based designer saw a picture of a lunar lander, he couldn’t resist the challenge of figuring out the structure’s
We interviewed architect Sebastian Mariscal on his thoughtful, textured approach to designing with wood, for our 2014 Materials... Timeless, hardwearing, textured, and warm—the benefits of implementing
Prefabulous! From early-20th-century Sears Catalog Homes to housing experiments by French modernist Jean Prouvé, prefab construction—that is, assembling a structure from components produced off-site—has
Three configurations of a lightweight design Building on top of uneven land can be a challenge that requires some out-of-the-box thinking, but product designer Gavin Rea has come up with a simple but solution.
Rethinking what affordable looks like BIG, the Danish architecture firm helmed by Bjarke Ingels, designs for the likes of WeWork and Google. It also has a history of building affordable student housing
Suburban New Jersey may seem an unlikely place for shipping containers, yet architect Adam Kalkin has designed and built a cargotecture home that looks surprisingly compatible with its leafy surroundings.