There has been plenty of opposition to London's proposed Garden Bridge based on its design, location and management.
Italian yacht designer Christian Grande, who brought us the luxurious Picchio Boat, has recently come up with a floating village concept. Dubbed Abifloat, the project features a collection of floating homes that incorporate modular and sustainable de
Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d'Ursel from Trees and People have invented a new suspension style cabin called Dom'Up.
Among the challenges that growing city populations face are climate change, social alienation, limited resources and urbanization.
Sometimes it's the subtle, not the spectacular, that captures the imagination
The sections were delivered to the site and on the same day the exterior was erected and the building made wind and watertight. The remainder of the house was fitted out over the course of the next 10 days, after which the it was possible for the res
Italy's culture minister gives the green light for cultural events once again being held within the historic arena
If trees had houses too, would we pay them more mind?
The force is strong in South Korea. Local architecture firm Moon Hoon has built a Star Wars-inspired home that would look at home on a George Lucas movie set.
Vietnam-based firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects recently revealed an affordable prefabricated prototype house that could potentially offer Vietnamese people on a very low income somewhere....
Living on the bottom of the ocean is not a new concept. It's a theme that has been visited in literature, cinema, games, and even a few hotels have capitalized by offering underwater rooms.
Some Minnesotan suburbanites have got a handy neighbor.
Ancient nomadic people knew a thing or two about living off-grid, so it makes sense that Scottish company Trakke drew on the traditional Central Asian yurt for inspiration when designing a modern shelter.
The tiny house movement is as much about lifestyle as it is size of dwelling.
A coalition of families of 9/11 victims and activists have successfully gathered over 100,000 signatures for the High Rise Safety Initiative, surpassing the bar for placing the measure on the November ballot.
Watching the Northern Lights glistening on the sky's natural canvas may be on your bucket list already, but be prepared to up the ante.
Spanish architectural collective Vivood recently produced an eponymous shelter that could serve as glamping retreat, guesthouse, or basic tiny house.
This month Dubai announced grandiose plans to build "the world's first temperature-controlled city, Mall of the World" in the Al Sufouh district.
A homage to the Eco Friendly Shipping Container Home and Container Architecture. Here are 15 Iconic Residential Eco Shipping Container Homes that we have seen in the past year...
Dubai is planning to build a temperature-controlled city featuring the world's largest mall and an indoor park, as well as hotels, health resorts and theatres, the developer said.
The Landesgartenschau Exhibition Hall in Stuttgart, Germany, is claimed to be the first building to have its core structure made entirely from interlocking timber sections created by robots.
Global engineering firm Arup usually tackles massively complex projects like designing tracks for the Second Avenue subway in Manhattan or turning Zaha Hadid's soaring sketches into reality.
There probably aren't many domed concrete structures where you live, and there's a reason for that – they're difficult to build.
After Hurricane Sandy wrecked the coastlines of New York City and New Jersey, and knocked the power out of lower Manhattan for a week in October 2012, the Department of Housing and Urban Development scrambled to make sure the catastrophe didn't happe
For many residents today, the idea of fitting furniture into a 600 sq ft (56 sq m) condo or apartment has become a compact reality.
Leaf House is the creation of small home enthusiast Laird Herbert from Whitehorse, Canada, who was inspired by the idea of building his own home.
The Salsa Box, by Portland, Oregon-based Shelter Wise, offers yet another take on very small-scale living.
The cost of buying a house today can be prohibitively expensive, so it's no surprise that tiny home builds appear to be increasingly popular.
Who were the people who built the great pyramids? • Who carved the Great Sphinx? • Did the pyramids serve as energy devices and not as tombs for kings? Mehler believes the answers are "Yes!" An indigenous oral tradition still exists in Egypt, he
Michigan to criminalize small family farms with chickens, goats, honey bees and more