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  • 10 Gorgeous Sunrooms Bring In the Outside Year-Round (11 photos)
    Light-drenched sunrooms are a welcome feature in homes and help foster an indoor-outdoor connection. These window-lined rooms are alluring at any time of the year, but in winter we’re perhaps the most likely to crave more sunlight in our homes and to dream of cozying up next to a fire while looking outdoors....
  • Charred wood clads Meadows Haus in Utah by Klima Architecture
    Blackened timber and quartzite wrap the exterior of this multi-story dwelling by US firm Klima Architecture, which was designed for a family relocating from California to a Utah ski town. Read more
  • Got Frost-Damaged Plants? How It Happens, and When and How to Prune (12 photos)
    Freezing temperatures can cause brown, crispy growth on plants that are susceptible to frost damage. Frost damage can occur when temperatures dip to or below the freezing point, 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). And both cold-hardy plants and tenderer plants that do best in warmer temperatures...
  • Keiji Ashizawa uses "rough materials" to create cosy restaurant interior
    Wood-wool cement-board walls and concrete tabletops feature in this Tokyo restaurant interior by Japanese architect Keiji Ashizawa. Read more
  • 6 Common Causes of Clutter and Their Cures (10 photos)
    If you have clutter in your home, you’re certainly not alone. Most of us hang on to unneeded things and struggle to keep our homes clutter-free. But if we could identify the root causes of the clutter, could we make it go away?In my professional opinion as a home organizer, identifying the cause...
  • Fabien Barrau uses drone shots to create visions of cities after a climate apocalypse
    French digital artist Fabien Barrau uses his own drone photography to make photo montages of how ruined architecture might appear after a climate change apocalypse. Read more
  • Gerardo Osio unravels Mexico's indigenous past with set of "disrupted" objects
    Mexican designer Gerardo Osio has created Raíz Noreste, a collection of objects including concrete sandals that combine traditional and modern materials to make a statement about the history of northeast Mexico. Read more
  • Opaque facades hide interior courtyard of Utah’s Host House by Kipp Edick and Joe ...
    A central courtyard brings daylight into an inward-facing, cedar-clad home in Salt Lake City that was designed by American architects Kipp Edick and Joe Sadoski for a ski coach. Read more
  • Patio of the Week: Former Trash Area Now a Luxe Outdoor Lounge (7 photos)
    With no outdoor living space to enjoy at their coastal Southern California home, a couple turned to SJS Studios to transform a small concrete area used for storing trash cans and recycling bins into an intimate outdoor lounge. The transformation is nothing short of dramatic. “It really surprised...

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