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House of the Day: Charming Eichler With Pool Awaits Your Updates for $595K


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.

Curbed Atlanta: An Award-Winning Atlanta Bungalow With the Loveliest Porch


With its quintessential sweet-tea porch, stained glass and charmingly antiquated fireplaces, this Atlantan bungalow sends some perplexing mixed messages: While the listing agent dubs it a "fully renovated beauty," various listing services and property records indicate it was built anew in 2008, which could mean it was renovated to the point of basically being replaced.

Mexican Town Turns Itself Into a Dr. Seuss Drawing


Although we have yet to complete our survey of all the towns in the world (we're aiming for 2035—fingers crossed) we feel pretty comfortably declaring Palmitas, Mexico the most colorful town that exists or has ever existed.

Games Before the Games: Zaha's Classy Letter to the Tokyo Olympics Lays Out Blame


The proposed Stadium design by Zaha Hadid, which has been rejected by the Japan Sports Council. According to a statement released yesterday by Zaha Hadid Architects, the firm discovered its winning design for the Tokyo National Stadium was being dropped via news reports, not the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee.

Bauhaus Wire: 20 Radical Postcards From the First Bauhaus Exhibition in 1923


Paul Klee—All photos by John Wronn courtesy of MoMA For Bauhaus, the progressive German art school that influenced a century of design, architecture, and beyond, an early and effective way to disseminate its ideas came in the form of the humble postcard.

Curbed Seattle: Tour a Dashing Industrial Modern in Seattle Asking $800K


At 70 feet long and 18 feet wide, the 2004-built industrial modern home in Seattle certainly stands out, even if it's tucked into an urban infill site.

Curbed Boston: This Is Cambridge, MA's Biggest Home Sale So Far This Year


The more than 13,000-square-foot Colonial-style mansion at 30 Gerrys Landing Road near Cambridge, Massachusetts's Mount Auburn Cemetery dropped on the sales market about three months ago asking $6,700,000.

Prince George Has a 'Playground Hut' That's Probably Better Than Your House


[This is the actual house, but the playground hut is around somewhere, too.] Vanity Fair has some intel on the "playground hut" that Prince Charles built for his grandson, Prince George, at the former's private estate in Gloucestershire, known as Highgrove House.

Curbed Boston: This Is Cambridge's Biggest Home Sale So Far This Year


The more than 13,000-square-foot Colonial-style mansion at 30 Gerrys Landing Road near Cambridge, Massachusetts's Mount Auburn Cemetery dropped on the sales market about three months ago asking $6,700,000.

Bauhaus Wire: 20 Radical Postcards from the First Bauhaus Exhibition in 1923


Paul Klee—All photos by John Wronn courtesy of MoMA For Bauhaus, the progressive German art school that influenced a century of design, architecture, and beyond, an early and effective way to disseminate its ideas came in the form of the humble postcard.

Jesse Pinkman's House From 'Breaking Bad' Is for Sale


Today has been a great week for anyone hoping to purchase the home of a former drug kingpin, real or fictional, as yesterday Jesse Pinkman's house from Breaking Bad hit the market for $1.6 million.

Building Green: This Stylish Passive House Doesn't Need to Show Off


The Right-Sized Passive Home in Oak Park, Illinois. Photos by Eric Hausman. While passive homes often get play because of the technical wizardry involved in constructing such efficient structures, comfort doesn't necessarily have to come at the expense of conforming to rigid environmental standard.

Sponsored Post: Sun Valley is the Ultimate Summer Vacation Destination


Whether you want to hit the trails or hit the town, catch a fish or catch a show, Sun Valley, Idaho is the perfect setting to recharge.

Tiny Living: Tiny Mobile Home for a Family of 4 Inspired by Whaling Ship


All photos by Crystal Zull Photography via Inhabitat Designed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, a Durango, Colorado-based tiny home design-build outift, this adorable little home packs a punch, able to fit a family of four in its wood-lined confines.

Curbed LA: Classy 1964 Eichler Comes With Pool and Unfortunate Kitchen


The houses built by mid-century developer Joseph Eichler aren't just a swanky place to rest your hat; this listing would have us believe they are a way of life, especially in the Fairhills tract in Orange, California surrounded by other Eichlers and the people who call them home.

Games Before the Games: Here's Why We Need a New LA Olympic Bid: Deborah Sussman


All image via Graphic Ambient courtesy Sussman/Prejza With Boston dropping out of the running for host of the 2024 Summer Olympics, the conversation has quickly turned to California as both a site and savior for the U.S.

London Is Getting the World's Longest Tunnel Slide


With Boston essentially withdrawing its bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, a lot of people are asking—rightfully—what does hosting the Olympics actually even get you, anyway?

Globe Trotting: This 215-Square-Foot Rooftop Pavilion Is Peak Urban Jungle


All Photos Courtesy Adamo-Faiden via Dezeen Step inside the Piñeiro House and you're 15 stories above Buenos Aires—but you'd never guess it.

Homeward Bound: Part IV: Breaking up With Prefab for Good


Welcome to Curbed's original series Homeward Bound, in which long-affirmed city dweller and design journalist Karrie Jacobs documents her process as a first-time home builder.

House of the Day: Dreamy '60s Pad Offers Neutra Vibes in England for $1.18M


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