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A Colorful Portland Prototype Reinvents the SRO
Argyle Gardens, the nation’s first affordable housing project to open during the pandemic, was designed by Holst Architecture to also be replicable.
These 6 Products Show That Modular Living Is Going Luxe
From wallpaper to lighting, versatile and high-style design reveals how modularity is cropping up in today’s residential interiors.
Lake|Flato Designs a Texas Home Protected Against Floodwaters and Prying Eyes
Facing a site exposed to floodwater and neighbors’ views, Lake|Flato used a variety of strategies to make this family home work.
The Future of Living: Housing Innovation in Underserved Markets
A Q&A with Booth Hansen architects on how innovations in construction are changing the dynamics of residential development.
The Enduring Lives of Sasa Machtig’s Modular Creations
The plug-in craze of the experimental architectural groups of the 1960s spawned mostly paper fantasies. In Slovenia, one scheme—by the architect Sasa Machtig—was actually realized.
Down to Business: Studio 13&9 Takes on Modular Workspaces
The Graz-based duo has begun experimenting with workspace furniture that's both playful and sleek.
In Johannesburg, A Colorful Dorm Made From Shipping Containers
Mill Junction is a daring student dormitory that's high-rise and low-cost.