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This Steel Maze Is Like a Corn Maze, But So Much Scarier


Corn maze season is coming up. (If you live in, say, upstate New York, that is. We're not sure what the corn field situation is in other parts of the country.

Curbed LA: Work Begins on the Biggest Ikea in the United States

We broke ground on newer, larger Burbank store opening Spring 2017, moving less 1 mile away! http://t.co/n1xPDYpHDa pic.twitter.com/VOBj3O1frf— IKEA_LA (@IKEA_LA) September 1, 2015 If the immense Burbank Ikea doesn't quite feel large enough for you, rest easy: a new store almost twice as big as that one is now underway nearby.

If We Can't Live on Mars, Being Dead on the Moon Is the Next Best Thing


[Moon photo via Shutterstock.] We're getting closer and closer to being able to leave all our problems behind and go live on Mars, thanks to Buzz Aldrin and lettuce.

Renovations: Renovation Creates Sleek Pad From Sad 1980s Cliff House


Photos by Remco Photography via Contemporist Despite a prime location—on a cliff's edge overlooking the Pacific—this sad 1980s duplex in Queensland, Australia, had tiny windows and a low roof, a cruelty to its inhabitants (to say the least).

State of the Arts: Gary Wasserman on His New Gallery and Art's Role in Detroit


The Wasserman Projects Gallery will open in Detroit in September. All photos courtesy Wasserman Projects.

Office Space: Streamlined Sydney Office Gives Coworking Concept a Classic Makeover


The reception area of the newly opened branch of The Office Space in Sydney's Paramount House. All images courtesy Woods Bagot.

Here's the Winner of That Shipping Container Skyscraper Competition


[Shekar Ganti] A couple weeks ago, we were treated to a very inventive, pretty unrealistic seeming rendering of a skyscraper made out of shipping containers, which came in third place in a contest to use shipping containers to build residential towers for the slums of Mumbai.

Curbed NY: See a Stunning NYC Apartment Hidden Inside a Water Tower


[Photo by Jason Schmidt / New York Magazine] We've heard of water towers as art pieces, a hotel with a water tower-turned-bar, and even a speakeasy hidden inside a water tower.

You Can Make Your Own Furniture With These Giant LEGO Blocks For Grown-Ups


[Via EverBlock] LEGO bricks are the most fun—or, at least, they were the most fun when we used to play with them as children.

Karim Rashid: I'm Creating 3D Designs For a 2D World


[Via CNN] Congratulations to the 38 percent who voted that Karim Rashid should be CNN Style's next guest editor in Curbed's recent poll.

Obama Presidential Library: Handicapping the Architects Competing for the Obama Presidential Library


The Obama Library Foundation has sent out invites to a select group of architects to submit designs for the forthcoming Presidential Library in Chicago.

House of the Day: Midcentury Gem by Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Asks $1.45M


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.

Obama Presidential Library: Handicapping the Architects Competing for the Obama Presidential Library


The Obama Library Foundation has sent out invites to a select group of architects to submit designs for the forthcoming Presidential Library in Chicago.

Karim Rashid: I'm Creating 3D Designs For a 2D World


[Via CNN] Congratulations to the 38 percent who voted that Karim Rashid should be CNN Style's next guest editor in Curbed's recent poll.

Great Escapes: Mod Writer's Studio, Just 200 Square Feet, Graces LA Hilltop


Photos via Aaron Neubert Architects via Designboom In the pantheon of great escapes—vacation homes, private islands, and lairs of all kinds—the writer's cabin is but a humble workhorse.

Curbed SF: San Francisco Bay Area's Flintstone House Hits the Market


Photo courtesy Runner's World If you've driven the stretch of I-280 between Hillsborough and San Francisco you've seen the sprawling, amorphous form of what is informally called the Flintstone House perched on the green hills above the road.

Curbed Features: The Artist and the Slumlord: A Photographer's 1970s Quest to Unmask an NYC Real Estate Family


James Nevius is the author of three books about New York City, the most recent of which is Footprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New Yorkers.

Why Walk From Room to Room When You Can Crawl Through a Giant Convulsing Centipede?


[Photos via Günter Richard Wett and Numen/For Use] We will never look at stairs, elevators, escalators, and...floors the same way after seeing these pictures of design collective Numen/For Use's installation at the Aut Architektur und Tirol in Austria, because now all we want to do is crawl from room to room and from floor to floor in "a closed hose that pulsates and oscillates ...

Tiny Living: Look Around a 100% Off-Grid 160-Square-Foot Mobile Home


Photos by Getaway, © Kataram Studios via Inhabitat From Getaway the tiny house rental startup founded by students at Harvard University (just $99/night, for anyone interested) comes this 100% solar-powered cabin dubbed the Lorraine.

Is This the Most Beige House on the Planet?


At a certain point, you have to admire the commitment of this $4 million Paradise Valley, Arizona mansion in terms of picking a theme and sticking to it.


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