A minimal residence located inside a 125 years old chocolate factory in Melbourne, Australia.
A corner flat in Thessaloniki, Greece is positioned with the best views of the water making it appear to float.
A Pacific Palisades home that benefits from its Southern California location by making indoor/outdoor living a priority.
While the front facade appears traditional, behind the door a new, light-filled space exists for a young, growing family.
Designed for an art-loving single man, this São Paulo apartment incorporates the blues and greens of the ocean.
Inspired by the industrial Amsterdam neighborhood, Marc Koehler Architects designed Lofthouse I with a minimalist exterior.
An artist and an engineer's new home in Seattle has an art gallery feel and plenty of natural light.
An Australian mullet house with an 1880s Victorian front facade and a modern, geometric rear clad in zinc with a tessellated pattern.
Referencing stacked boulders found in nature, this residence comprises 3 structures, like boulders resting against each other.
The 2016 A' Design Award & Competition World Rankings have been revealed and the US is still in the lead with the most awards.
We can't move on to 2017 without bringing you the 10 posts that rose to the top becoming the most read Design Milk posts of 2016.
Jaime, Caroline, and Gregory pull together a list of favorite posts from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editors' Faves.
We take a look at which roundup posts were the most popular in 2016.
We're revisiting all the designers we featured in our Where I Work column in 2016.
We take a 2nd look at the most popular architecture posts from 2016 to see the best homes, apartments, and lofts the world has to offer.