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Home Interior Design: 5 New Extreme House Conversions

If more designers take note from UK architect Laura Clark, who miraculously renovated a long defunct public restroom into a small but well-appointed family home, that saying might just catch on. Here are four old sites—including a barn, a castle, and a warehouse—get a new life. read more
Mon, 07/29/13 AT 2:30PM
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Home Interior Design: Texas Ranch House with a Built-In 1950s Camping Trailer

Perched on a cliff overlooking the Nueces river, this quirky Uvalde, Texas home is built around a vintage airstream trailer—one of the owner's most precious possessions—built by Andrew Hinman Architecture. read more
Wed, 07/24/13 AT 2:30PM
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Home Interior Design: How a Long Window Modernizes a Rural House

With its sharp angles and dark charred timber and natural pine exterior, this home in central Japan sits in stark contrast to its rural surroundings. read more
Wed, 07/17/13 AT 10:30AM
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Home Interior Design: A Surprisingly Spacious 370 Square-Foot Micro House

Set inside a black metallic box with an open square cut into the front, the aptly-named Frame house creates the illusion of a picture-perfect life in Hiroshima, Japan. read more
Wed, 07/10/13 AT 10:00AM
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Home Interior Design: Piero Lissoni's "Childish" Tuscan Retreat

Ask a child to draw a house and you can expect a rectangle dotted with windows, doors, and a chimney stack with gray Crayola smoke circling out of it. That rudimentary design was where Piero Lissoni, cofounder of the Italian firm Lissoni Associati, began when conceiving his private Tuscan retreat. Spread across two floors, the simple concrete structure looms on a green hilltop like a massive Monopoly piece finished with a sloping roof and a central chimney. read more
Wed, 07/03/13 AT 12:30PM
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Home Interior Design: Renovated Gallery-like Melbourne Bungalow

For the renovation of the Brimar Court house, Chris Connell and his team (who were shortlisted for the Single Residential category in Interior Design Excellence Awards) filled the inside with light and made the most of the surrounding views while maintaining two of the home's key elements—a relief concrete mural and internal stained glass window—both of which were kept in their original location to provide a point of reference in the new design. read more
Wed, 06/19/13 AT 10:30AM
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4 Major NYC Architects Vie to Design the Penn Station of the Future

First, some context: This year, Madison Square Garden's 50-year permit—which has, until now, largely stood in the way of Penn adapting to the city's population increase—is set to expire, leaving the city council to determine whether the permit be renewed in perpetuity or simply extended. read more
Fri, 06/14/13 AT 10:30AM
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Interior Home Design: A Tokyo Micro House's Creative Use of Space

Sometimes the most brilliant solutions arise within the most rigid constraints. Occupying a mere 248 square feet, the elegant House T by Hiroyuki Shinozaki takes inspiration from a bookcase, with functional, shelflike living areas connected by open rectangles that create a feeling of expansiveness despite the cramped lot. read more
Wed, 06/12/13 AT 10:30AM
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Home Interior Design: Architect Daniel Libeskind's Angular Weekend Getaway

Eighteen copper panels slice through an open Connecticut sky in Daniel Libeskind's 18.36.54 house. The deconstructivist weekend home is named for the 18 planes, 36 points and 54 lines spiraling around an open living plan. read more
Thu, 05/16/13 AT 4:00PM
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Home Interior Design: The Modern Transformation of an 18th-Century Carriage House

Major residential renovations often reveal surprising interior details, especially when the home is over 250 years old. Utrecht-based Zecc Architects was commissioned to transform a carriage house and the rear annex stables in Breukelen, the Netherlands—originally built in 1760—into a spacious residence. Historical elements were uncovered by stripping away previous work to return the beauty of the home's original infrastructure. read more
Wed, 05/08/13 AT 10:30AM
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