Sourcing only the best in transforming and multifunctional furniture technology, Resource is at the forefront of urban living solutions and thinking. Our team has collaborated with other thought leaders on projects including: Carmel Place, New York City’s first micro-apartment development; sustainable housing with Graham Hill of LifeEdited; and “Making Room: Housing for a Changing America” an exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
Resource has also been featured in leading news and lifestyle publications such as The New York Times, Dwell, New York Magazine, Elle Decor, The Washington Post, Architectural Digest, and more.
Inspired by midcentury-modern architecture and an easy, breezy, open-air lifestyle, the Axiom Desert House embodies the beauty of prefab living to the core.
With more people living in cities, architects are increasingly finding inventive ways to squeeze homes into small spaces.
Andreas Charalambous instills openness and a clean aesthetic in a Georgetown pied-à-terre.
Pros weigh in on optimizing a tiny footprint with creative design and organization solutions.
With shifting configurations and hidden compartments, these incredible apartments transform to suit their owners’ needs.
Wall beds are not just for urbanites crammed in Manhattan walk-ups anymore: Resource Furniture has shipped the foldaway berths to 34 states in 2018.
Going to Resource Furniture with a client is like taking them to a magic show
While Joel Turkel has built prefab homes all over North America and beyond, he hasn’t had the chance to live in one of his own designs. That will soon change.
Small-space living, or the tiny house movement—which is about minimizing one’s footprint—has been a topic of interest for a couple of decades, but it appears that more developers are taking the plunge.
Downsizing homeowner moves into apartment above his garage, and rents out his main house.