The original Simpsons’ home, 742 Evergreen Terrace vs The Simpsons House IRL Springfield's 742 Evergreen Terrace—the suburban two-story detached residence that’s home to The Simpsons—is possibly one of the most recognizable homes on TV. The home has hardly changed since first airing in 1989, and features a garage, basement, attic, and a large garden complete with a brown picket fence. By design, the fictional family home encapsulates the American suburban stereotype.
Aesthetically ornate and conceptually transcendent, the Gothic style has become one of world's most distinctive architectural movements.
Director Wes Anderson is known for his visually striking aesthetic in both how his characters look and the places they...
Throughout history, people have fabricated shelters that fit their surroundings. With a universal set of criteria in mind—including access to tools, availability of materials, and type of climate—individuals from all over the world constantly reinterpret, reimagine, and redefine the concept of home. To many of us, a home is a four-walled fixture on a permanent foundation. But to others, it is a snowy sanctuary, a hidden cave, or even a floating boat.
Earlier this fall, the LEGO House opened its doors to the public.
We’ve previously introduced you to the Dutch architecture firm MVRDV, whose innovative designs show no creative bounds.
During the 20th century, architects turned their attention from traditional designs to more original aesthetics. While many Modernist movements capture this interest in the experimental, Mid-Century Modern architecture has resonated over decades to remain a popular style today. Though inspired by the unprecedented designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the avant-garde approach of Bauhaus artists, Mid-Century Modern put a novel spin on architecture.
First designed in 1963, the Portland Japanese Garden was declared “the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world...
More than 20,000 visitors got a chance to admire Zaha Hadid Architects‘ latest project when the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and...
If you've ever dreamed of dining under the sea, you may soon get your chance. Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta recently announced their involvement with Under, Europe's first underwater restaurant. The new dining destination will be located on the southern coast of Norway, close to the village of Båly. The space itself is a tribute to the Norwegian coast and with such close proximity to nature, the restaurant will also serve as a marine life research center.
When we think of tiny homes, it often means sacrificing some of the luxuries of more conventional-sized spaces.
German architectural photographer Reinhard Görner has been working in the field since 1982, photographing both historical and contemporary architecture.