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French countryside villa yours for $6.9M

Just minutes outside of Aix-en-Provence Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: Ventabren,...Show More Summary

Autonomous shuttle test in Las Vegas has crash on first day

Police say the human driver of a delivery truck was at fault The debut of a new autonomous shuttle service in Las Vegas, the “largest trial of its kind in the United States” according to transit officials, was marred when the vehicle...Show More Summary

What rising home prices mean for your down payment

Down payments are a huge obstacle for first-time homebuyers, and it’s only getting worse The housing market has been on a tear since bottoming out after the financial crisis 10 years ago. With little remaining backlog of foreclosed homes...Show More Summary

Tiffany’s silver ruler set will cost you $1,275

The ruler, protractor, and triangle ruler are part of Tiffany’s new “Everyday Objects” collection Turns out, there’s something for everyone in Tiffany’s new line of luxury home and accessories, including for the architect that has everything. Dubbed...Show More Summary

This NY farmhouse is a state-of-the-art film set

Just north of Manhattan is the setting for over 1,800 films and shows Among the homes of Rockland County, just north of Manhattan, is a farmhouse that has been featured in over 1,800 films, TV shows, and commercials. Douglas House has...Show More Summary

1967 VW van gets a 'Back To The Future' makeover

Great Scott! If you want to try out #vanlife and are a sucker for film nostalgia, check out this 1967 Volkswagen Kombi that’s been restored to honor the classic DeLorean from the Back To The Future movies. Rejuvenated by Nashville-based...Show More Summary

V & A museum saves portion of Brutalist icon under demolition

To be reborn as an exhibition? London’s iconic and hotly debated Brutalist residential complex, Robin Hood Gardens, is currently being demolished, but not all will be lost. Today, the Victoria and Albert Museum announced that it hasShow More Summary

Funky warehouse-inspired home asks $749K in Dallas

Now for something a little different Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: Dallas,...Show More Summary

1920s bungalow gets gorgeous modern renovation

Party in the back A quirky 1920s bungalow in LA’s Echo Park got a impressive modern makeover from the architects at Mexico City-based studio Productora. The interior was completely remodeled with a minimal, modernist vibe. The original...Show More Summary

This tiny house is heated by bitcoin mining

Talk about alternative fuel From Iceland’s volcanic heat harvesting to a Norwegian couple’s use of a giant glass dome for solar gain, colder climes seem to inspire new ways of warming up homes. And now, a pair of Russian entrepreneurs...Show More Summary

Ravishing colors bring this Milan apartment renovation to life

Those colors The color story on this apartment renovation in Milan is ravishing. Designed by Turin-based Marcante-Testa studio, the 150-square-meter, or 1,615-square-foot residence combines classic architecture with vintage-contemporary...Show More Summary

Dashing modern home was designed for the car lover

Matt Fajkus Architecture designed a fancy garage topped by a fancy living space Homes for car-lovers are nothing new—with styles ranging from minimalist to glam. But this purpose-built Austin home has an exceptional balance between the...Show More Summary

This wallpaper is actually a tiny solar panel

Researchers at the Imperial College London have created a “living” wallpaper printed with cyanobacteria ink Wallpaper seems to be having a moment. Whether conductive or metallic, these wall coverings are definitely not your grandparents’ wallpaper. Show More Summary

Colonial gem with potential to sparkle wants $1.5M

The antique home dates back to 1767 and is located in Concord, MA Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what...Show More Summary

The 20 cities leading the way for electric vehicles

How cities in China, California, and elsewhere have become the capitals for EV adoption. The increasing adoption and sales of electric vehicles may be hard to catch, and not just because these cars, trucks, and buses run much quieter...Show More Summary

This giant crab will be a Chinese ecology center

Wowza While the U.S. sports some totally bizarre architecture, China is the unofficial world leader in weird buildings (especially since they’ve been officially banned). The country’s latest bonkers building is an enormous crab on the...Show More Summary

These energy-efficient prefab homes withstand the toughest storms

Deltec has built over 5,000 resilient homes in areas hit by some of history’s strongest storms Welcome to Home of the Future, a four-part video series co-produced by Curbed and The Verge. Each month, we'll take you inside one innovative home and explore how the technology of today informs the way people will live in the future. Show More Summary

The color of your city

As neighborhoods change over time, color is a bridge between tradition and invention When you think about your city, what colors come to mind? When I think about London my head fills with an image of the gray water of the Thames, under a gray sky in the rain, surrounded by the raw gray concrete of Brutalist architecture. Show More Summary

5 sweet camper vans you can buy right now

RVs that make motorhomes cool again Whether you’re looking to run away to the beach or would rather stake out a secluded campsite high in the hills, there are plenty of trailers and even tiny homes to help you go off-grid. But one particular type of RV has shed its stodgy reputation amid a new surge in popularity: the Class B van. Show More Summary

Navya unveils autonomous, electric cab, which will operate in Las Vegas in 2018

The driverless Autonom Cabs, which lack a cockpit or steering wheel, will be on the road in January in time for the Consumer Electronics Show During a press conference today in Paris, the French autonomous vehicle company Navya introduced...Show More Summary

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