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a white house with lots of windows and some words describing the parts in front of it
Modern Farmhouse
The modern farmhouse is the millennial answer to the baby boomer McMansion. And it’s here to stay. Read more about the aesthetic at the link.
an illustrated drawing of two buildings on top of each other with plants growing out of them
Opinion | How Cities Should Take Care of Their Housing Problems (Published 2017)
A Trump administration is unlikely to help urban areas much on low-income housing, this Op-Ed writer argues. Luxury-condo taxes would make cities more self-sufficient. (Illustration: Ryan Peltier)
a house with a pool in front of it on the side of a hill next to a grassy field
On Location | Snowmass Village, Colo. (Published 2015)
A triangular hot tub at a Snowmass Village, Colo., house designed by Jeff Kovel of Skylab Architecture. (Photo: Robert Reck for The New York Times)
a large house sitting on top of a lush green hillside under a purple sky with clouds
A house in Snowmass Village, Colo., designed by Jeff Kovel of Skylab Architecture. (Photo: Robert Reck for The New York Times)
an apartment building with balconies and windows
A Four-Bedroom Apartment on the Right Bank of Paris (Published 2015)
This 1912 Art Nouveau style building in Paris was designed by Albert Sélonier. (Photo: Dmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times)
two tall buildings are next to each other
Chicago apartment buildings by Mies van der Rohe overlook Lake Michigan and Navy Pier. Photo: William Zbaren for The New York Times
two people walking down the sidewalk next to an ocean front house at sunset with cars parked on the side
In Stately Old Charleston, the New Buildings on the Block Are Struggling to Fit In (Published 2015)
Long accustomed to basing its reputation on the grandeur of its old buildings, Charleston now finds it almost impossible to agree on how to build new ones. (Photo: Stephen Morton for The New York Times)
an old pink house with white balconies and palm trees in the foreground
In Stately Old Charleston, the New Buildings on the Block Are Struggling to Fit In (Published 2015)
The Palmer House is among the well-known historic properties along East Battery Street in Charleston, South Carolina. (Photo: Stephen Morton for The New York Times)
an old building with wrought iron balcony and balconies on the second floor is shown
In Stately Old Charleston, the New Buildings on the Block Are Struggling to Fit In (Published 2015)
Architectural details such as wrought-iron balconies, cornices and working wood shutters draw visitors from around the world to Charleston's historic district. (Photo: Stephen Morton for The New York Times)