To celebrate Design Milk's 15th Anniversary, we're revealing the most popular, most beloved 15 posts of all time!
Senior Editor Kelly Beall shares a summer blanket, her favorite tea, a new way to keep cool while you sleep + more in this Take 5!
Archi-Tectonics converts an industrial 4-story structure in New York into the 8-story 512GW Townhouse in SoHo wrapped in lattice envelope.
If you're looking to escape the grind, rent the Saddle Peak House in the Santa Monica Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
This Montreal home features two voids within the house that allows light to flood through and foster connection between different stories.
Editorial Director Caroline Williamson is back for our Take 5 series that includes laser cut vessels, an ASMR Gucci restoration + more!
A house in Tokyo separates a multigenerational family with a sculptural staircase that also keeps them united.
Croatian architect + interior designer Viktor Udzenija has a penchant for light installations + Rick Owens' Moncler Buss.
Life Size Architecture designed a home in Brighton, UK by merging their original house with the separate basement flat below.
A dark and monochrome home with a bright and airy interior provides a tranquil shelter from the bustling outdoors.
Technology Editor Gregory Han shares his favorite cold brew coffee solution, 3D printed planters, UMÉ soap and more in this Take 5!
Working with a 26m2 footprint, UNEMORI ARCHITECTS completed House Tokyo with a geometric structure made up of layered boxes.
The Positively Negative residence in Venice Beach, California, by Dan Brunn, focuses on natural light, privacy and outdoor space.
A modern winter cabin on Powder Mountain, Utah is built with steel frames and a wooden structure making it the perfect ski retreat.