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Self-Defense Decor: 3 Furshings Fend Off Home Invaders

Clubs, axes and bats are anything but typical furniture, and may be off-putting to ordinary people visiting your house. Hence these hybrid designs!

4-Foot-Wide Home in Poland is Now Thinnest in the World

Nestled between two existing structures sits an improbable structure, an artist-in-residence live/work dwelling of incredible audacity and engineered ingenuity.

Brewed Fresh: 10 Hot Coffee-Centric Designs & Prototypes

Take a sip of some of the most innovative coffee-centric design prototypes. Sure, some are a bit green yet and perhaps worth roasting, but others are already ...

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Wallpaper Paint Rollers: Cool & Classic Patterns, DIY Style

Wallpaper difficulties getting you down? These remarkable rollers can put patterns to paper, walls and fabrics, adding substantive decor to more than just mere ...

Grill Gas Flash: 15 Prettily Painted Propane Tanks

Propane tanks have found a place in urban, suburban and rural settings with some owners choosing to beautify them so they'll fit in even better.

Car Ferry Converted into Hulking San Francisco Houseboat

It truly is a hulk of a thing to make into a live/work space, but there is an industrial loft-like quality that renders this conversion wonderful.

Urban Suburbs: 4 McMansions Atop Chinese Shopping Mall

It sounds like a hoax at best, an architectural student thesis gone wrong at worst: a series of conventional-looking, a-frame abodes atop a gigantic mega-block ...

Material Worlds: All Their Possessions in Just One Picture

After a recent look at urban Europeans posing with all they own, this potent look at rural Asian families and their worldly possessions is nothing if not a ...

Neighborly Art: Surreal Sky Bridge Spans 2 Typical Homes

Houses can be isolating ... but what happens when you break down - or bridge - the gap created by yards and fences between two otherwise-ordinary homes?

World’s Smallest House? 1 Sq M of Mobile Living Space

Once a Laotian refugee and, now, a German architect, Van Bo Le-Mentzel understands firsthand what it means to be homeless and displaced.

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