A concrete cottage, food mold photography, and more...
You don't have to go far from New York City before you're deluged with cedar-shingled houses—but this one in the Dolomites, with its jaunty roof, optimistic skylight, and unrivaled backdrop have us wondering why we still live on this side of the Atlantic. (Cabin Porn)
In this photo series they call "Küchendienst" (or "kitchen patrol"), two German photography students take up close and personal—and weirdly enjoyable—pictures of kitchen mold. (Fast Company)
This Swedish cottage renovation in slab concrete is a great reminder that even materials that we think of as cold and brutal can bring a full-on case of the warm-fuzzies. (Love Nordic)
An architect in New Orleans is building tiny, unique starter homes on oddly-shaped lots—with the goal of inspiring more inventive and affordable solutions to urban housing crises. (Curbed)
French watercolor artist and emerging design icon Marin Montagut is known for illustrating city maps, and his 19th-century cottage in Normandy is fittingly hodgepodge-chic. (T Magazine)