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Rapper Akon just listed this truly absurd all-white manse in Woodland Hills, Calif. for $4M including furniture and a custom-built in-house music studio, and $3.5 without it. The “Smack That”  Read more

Sprawled across 45 acres of equestrian property in Monticello, Ga., and dripping in Southern opulence and downright prettiness, this restored Georgian manse looks like every horse-obsessed middle school girl’s dream—if  Read more

The Guardian’s Oliver Wainwright explores the inspiration behind Louis Kahn’s posthumously built FDR monument in NYC, and wonders if it isn’t one of the legendary American architects best works. Oddly  Read more

Photo via Co.Design · Tour Robert A.M. Stern’s new High Line rentals. · 2013 U.S. Venice Biennale installation coming home. · A complete tour of the new OneEleven tower. ·  Read more

Photo via Sandi Vincent/Flickr The architect or designer that manages to resurrect the conversation pit will have pulled off quite a feat. Shag carpeting and an abundant laminate are easy  Read more

Lined with barn doors, old planks, bare branches, and other woodsy accruements that have somehow found themselves far from their forest homes, this bizarrely rustic apartment in NYC just hit  Read more

Here’s a look at a 1910 pioneer home in Redlands, Fla., which currently boasts the title of the oldest house on the market in South florida. Listed for $540K, the  Read more

Decorating doyenne Martha Stewart just posted “stunning views” of her New York compound—made possible by her “beautiful peony garden in full bloom” and, you know, a DJI Phantom drone flying  Read more

Photo via The Design Files When engineer Andy and his wife, Priscilla, first bought this former factory in Melbourne, their plan was to move in temporarily while figuring out how  Read more

Photo by Ed Freeman Ed Freeman spent years in the music industry—as the road manager on the Beatles’ last tour, as the composer of orchestral arrangements for Carly Simon and  Read more

Among all the converted schools that have appeared on the market in recent years, the most exuberantly decorated has to be D.C.’s Pierce School, a nine-unit loft building that’s for  Read more

For his Fall 2014 runway show for Chanel, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld drew very specific inspiration from the Champs-Elysées apartment Le Corbusier built for eccentric art collector Charles de Beistegui.  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

Opulent enough to make the recently listed Quaker Oats and Nilla Wafer estates slink off in packaged-food shame, this Georgian-style private manse built for the sole heir to the Chef  Read more

At the turn of the century, decades before L.A.’s beachfronts got crammed with its smörgåsbord of incongruous beachside mansions, the “strand” was populated by the occasional elaborate bathhouse. From the  Read more

The Real Estalker reports that celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck quietly put his Beverly Hills mini-mansion up for sale with an asking price of $8.495M, only to have the property quickly  Read more

Photo via Remodelista Here’s an opportunity to bed-down in what may be the hippest rental in what may be the hippest European city. Plunked like a Bauhaus building set a-bob  Read more

Since “glamping” is now officially a thing—sorry, Scouts of America!—Curbed Ski has rounded up the finest mountain locales offering accommodations far ritzier than a dreary old tent and a campsite.  Read more

On two waterfront acres in Lloyd Harbor, N.Y. sits what could either be a perfect stay for Xzibit during a Long Island-based revival of Pimp My Ride, or a great  Read more

Photo by Thomas Loof /Architectural Digest So what happens, exactly, when you give designer Miles Redd the keys to your 17th-century French-style mansion and tell him to decorate exactly as  Read more

Here’s the opportunity everybody’s been waiting for to buy outright a structure by much-hated starchitect Daniel Libeskind—and on deep discount, no less! In 2010, Libeskind, the ultimate purveyor of all  Read more

Photo via Houzz · 1928 Spanish by Frankie Faulkner asks $1.1M. · Off-the-grid retreats for wireless living. · Amsterdam’s glass music hall faces demolition. · Here are the treasures of  Read more

Photos by Laura Kicey The largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philly area hit the market yesterday asking $20M without a single interior photo to the listing. Which is  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily It isn’t all that obvious at first glance, but this boxy, ultra-modern family home in Launceston, Australia was a site specific project, designed by Australian architect  Read more

Renderings for an 89-story, $900M skyscraper going up in Chicago have local architecture buffs wondering if starchitect Jeanne Gang may be about to beat her own record for tallest building  Read more

Though Curbed Philly astutely pegs this $1.195M market newcomer as the design aftermath of Prince moving in with Liberace, the listing photos show interiors that are somehow—against all odds—even more  Read more

Donald H. Rumsfeld, the Secretary of Defense under the George W. Bush administration, just listed the seven-bedroom D.C. home he bought shortly after getting the gig in 2001. All 5,000  Read more

Behind their glassy, security-protected doors, celebrities seem to hide not just massive mansions, heaps of awards, and tiny lap dogs, but also amenities crazy enough to suggest they’ve just plain  Read more

It was just about six years ago that Jeff and Alice Speck celebrated the completion of their new home, a contemporary spread described in the September 2008 issue of The  Read more

A manse once owned by Quaker Oats founder James Douglas just hit the market in Chicago for $2.59M, while over in Staten Island, N.Y., an estate formerly inhabited by Gustave  Read more

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