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Super Bowl Scoring: Pick the Best Football Player Houses, the Quarterfinals

The Seattle Seahawks may have lost to the Carolina Panthers in the playoffs, getting knocked out of the race to Super Bowl 50, but the Seahawks completely dominated in the first round of real estate match ups in our...

Did You Know That Hannah Bronfman's Grandmother Built the Seagram Building With Mies Van der Rohe?

Still on a cloud so amazing how the universe works in such magical ways... Having to change the party to Sunday because of the of the travel ban in the city was obviously not ideal. But the Four Seasons,...

Sexy Minimalist Glass-and-Concrete House Rises in Germany

Photos by Peter Kers via Designboom. Amsterdam-based firm Paul De Ruiter Architects designed this long, low-lying modern house—dubbed Villa K—on a sloped site in the German town of Thuringen (about 200 miles southwest of Berlin). Though it clearly owes...

Untouched '60s Hawaii House With Amazing Views Asks $3.6M

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. All photos via Hawaii Life Real...

Live on One of NYC's Most Charming, Hidden Streets for $1.7M

New York City is home to many historic side streets—your Pomander Walks, or Warren Places—that are utterly picturesque, and reminiscent of a NYC before it became overrun by skyscrapers and new development. Houses on these quaint mews rarely become...

Imagine If Your Mirror Was a Smartphone

If a character in a science fiction movie has a mirror that doubles as a smartphone, that's usually a signal that he is too wealthy for his own (or anyone else's) good, or that everybody is living in a...

Introducing the Stadium of the Future, Where Technology is King

At the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which opens in March, two night club-type areas cantilever over over center court. As football playoffs last month whipped fans to a fever pitch for the forthcoming Super Bowl 50, the NFL...

Thomas Sully-Designed Queen Anne Italianate Back on the Market in NOLA, Asking $2.2M

After a hiatus this Queen Anne Italianate mansion, designed by famed New Orleans architect Thomas Sully for "colorful, swashbuckling capitalist" Joseph Walker in 1880, is back on the market—and it's asking $650,000 less than its original asking price. When...

MoMA PS1 To Get Wading Pool and Woven Canopy This Summer

Every year, MoMA PS1's Young Architects Program brings a bit of architectural whimsy—design-y water pipes, brick towers, a "party wall"—to the museum's Long Island City courtyard as part of its summer art installation (which coincides with the ever-popular Warm...

This $6,000 Office Chair Is the Ferrari of Office Chairs

The similarities between this desk chair and a very expensive sports car abound. For one thing, the chair is indeed very expensive, at $6,000. For another (possibly the most important similarity) it was designed by a guy who designs...

See a 1950s Australian Home After Impeccable Update

All photos by Eve Wilson via The Design Files Designed by an Australian architect as own family home in the 1950s, this easy, breezy, beautiful midcentury in Sydney's northern suburbs is, once again, a well-loved home for an architect's family....

Otherworldly 20-Bathroom Barn–Mansion in Utah Asks $19.5M

Located 20 minutes from skiing at Sundance Resort, this estate in Orem, Utah packs a whole lot into its 22,000-square-feet of palatial living. The listing shows the $19.5 million house in all its sun-bathed glory, sitting on almost 19...

Super Bowl Party Ideas: Decor Tips for the Last-Minute Host

A block-printed cork trivet and coasters set. Photo via Of a Kind. With Super Bowl 50—and, thus, the time-honored American tradition of Super Bowl parties—a mere five days away, you don't have much time to get your act together...

We Can't Really Think of a Better Use For CDs Than Lining a House With Them Either

CDs, to put it bluntly, used to be quite a bit more useful than they currently are. However, there are still a large number of CDs lying around—you probably have a bunch right in your house. So, what are...

Cave-Like Concert Hall Built From Broken Brick and Concrete

All photos by Jakub Certowicz via Dezeen Over in Toru?, Poland, Spanish architect Fernando Menis has unveiled the newly completed CCK Jordanki concert hall, a 234,653-square-foot venue he designed for the city in 2008. Though Toru? is famous for its...

Feast Your Eyes on This Miami Penthouse Seeking $53M

321 Ocean Penthouse via Sotheby's The penthouse at 321 Ocean owned by Boris and Elizabeth Jordan hit the market at $53 million in December. It was South Beach's priciest residence available until the Faena House penthouse re-listed for $55 million...

The Perfect Potato Portrait For Your Home Is H—Whoops, Somebody Already Bought It For $1.56M

Oh man, you just missed out on the chance to buy the perfect portrait of a potato, which would have really tied your foyer together. It turns out this portrait was just hanging around on the wall of the...

A Japanese Firm Is Building a Farm That's Run by Robots

If the robots are going to take over the earth, at least now that can grow our human food, right? That's the idea behind Kyoto-based firm Spread's indoor grow house, a farm run (almost) entirely by robots, which they...

Creative Couple Molds San Francisco Loft to Fit Their Lifestyle

Jeanne Feldkamp and Dan Diephouse have made the kitchen the center of their home; photos by Patricia Chang. It's said that the best homes are the ones that reflect the lives of the people who inhabit them. If that...

Rent in NYC, Seattle, Charlotte: What $2,000/Month Can Get You Right Now

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various cities across the U.S. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,000/month. Click here to view...

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