Space will definitely not be the final frontier, when you and your family move into this eight bedroom Star Trek-style mansion.
You can now live in a real 3D-printed house…in China.
It's the weekend, so we're just going to indulge ourselves a little bit here, because there is a house for sale in Oregon that comes with its own miniature railway and we WANT IT.
Canadian Star Trek fan turns here home into lovingly created tribute to the USS Enterprise.
Well, everything except space. So, if you're a family of eight, this might not be the best option for you. Unless you're a very, very chummy bunch.
Did you think Christian Schallert's "tiny" 258 square-foot apartment was cramped? Wait until you get a load of Bo Le-Mentzal's 10 square-foot (one square-meter) box house. It's the most barebones house ever created and could be the world's smallest one, too.
Derek Diedricksen has something of a niche market in the building industry. He specializes in tiny houses made from found objects. The largest of his structures is 24 square feet, with a 5 foot 10 inch roof height and the smallest is just 4 square feet. Check out more images of his work here.
You won't have your grandparents over to your posh, colorful apartment in Tokyo while living at the Reversible Destiny Lofts. Designed by NY-based architects Arakawa & Gins (who, between you and me, need to pick some different colors for...
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid has done it again. Look at her Symbiotic Villa, a house that's more like an exotic, angular beehive than a mansion. She designed this dwelling for the Next-Gene 20 project in Taiwan, where twenty...
We’re sold on cardboard. We’ve seen it used to build sturdy cribs, an iPod boombox amplifier, and someone even made cardboard blocks that look like building materials for a castle. We just never envisioned a future where we’d all...