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Pools, you say? How about lagoons, lakes, or gurgling cascades?

Foraged botanicals — nettles, gorse, even Japanese knotweed — can be used to flavour cocktails. Here's how

Since the pandemic, London's garden squares have become highly prized, with buyers being prepared to pay a premium for homes with access to one.

The FT's architecture critic @edwinheathcote  visits the revamped Museum of the Home in east London. Here's what he found

A local business initiative was set up to attract remote workers to Hawaii during the pandemic. It initially offered 50 places to US citizens. It received 90,000 applications'

Prime properties with fairway views and access to major golf courses

How to make the most of an outdoor lounge? Queer Eye's own Bobby Berk gave us some styling tips

Pools, you say? How about lagoons, lakes, or gurgling cascades?

'Brutalism should have been impossible to commodify' — FT architecture critic @edwinheathcote  on the São Paulo architects that turned the unforgiving style into luxurious, marketable homes

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Of the 6,000 new-build homes sold across London in the first three months of this year, more than a third were sold to so-called build-to-rent operators — corporate landlords who rent out the flats to private tenants

'São Paulo is the only city where Brutalism has truly survived' — Edwin Heathcote on the architects that turned an unforgiving style into luxurious, marketable homes

A growing number of Americans are moving from coastal metropolises to smaller cities, such as Phoenix, Austin and Las Vegas — but house prices in these locations are spiraling out of reach for locals

Think Alpine architecture is all chocolate-box chalets and window shutters? Think again. In the middle of the 20th century, a group of pioneering architects designed some striking, modernist buildings

'The basic exchange that’s required is obvious,' writes Simon Kuper. 'Cities need to take space from cars, offices and shops and give it to affordable housing, community and nature.'

This month, the UK government set out plans to 'restore nature' with binding targets on species populations — butterflies will be a good test of success or failure, writes the FT's Jonathan Guthrie

Is now the right time to move to the countryside (a thread)

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