Archived Articles: houses

Surrealist Disaster-Proof Structures for Dangerous Locations

Some spots are such beautiful potential locations for a home, yet repeated natural disasters make them inhospitable for all but the strongest and most durable ...

Alley Stack: Brooklyn Home Made of 5 Shipping Containers

A tiny slice of real estate in Brooklyn is now an affordable, low-impact multi-level residence made of five stacked and renovated shipping containers. ...

House in Reverse: Rooftop Driveway Leads to Hillside Home

Most people with single-family homes are used to pulling up into their driveways and then ascending flights of stairs to get to the living spaces. But in this ...

Half Abandoned: Twin Townhouses Tell Two-Sided Stories

Physically conjoined but separately sold upon construction, the lives of paired buildings (ones that share a common wall) can diverge dramatically as this ...

Fit for a Villain: 12 Surprisingly Homey Underground Lairs

Ranging from renovated missile silos to stunning modern homes built into hillsides, these 12 underground lairs are ideal for villainous activities.

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Private Playgrounds: 13 Amazingly Fun Houses

Fun and unexpected features like slides, pirate ship forts, indoor skate parks, tree houses and trap doors turn these 13 homes into private playgrounds.

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Domestic Daredevils: 12 Insanely Cool Home Climbing Walls

From small and kid-friendly to rugged and challenging, these 12 indoor climbing walls turn living rooms, bedrooms and more into scalable surfaces.

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Tentacle-Like Tubular Slide Swirls Through NYC Penthouse

An incredible tentacle-like mirrored steel slide swirls and twists through four stories of a bright white, modern penthouse in Manhattan.

Modern Design Meets Tradition in 12 Japanese Homes

These twelve homes balance Japanese traditions like recessed lower levels, adaptable interior rooms and transitional garden spaces with modern sensibilities.

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Nest-Like 3D Printed House Will be Assembled in a Day

Another contender for the first 3D printed house, 'ProtoHouse 2.0' looks like a spider's nest and can be assembled without screws or welding in a single day.

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