Megan Barber is the news editor at Curbed. As the former editor of Curbed Ski, she explored mountain towns in search of great stories and epic snow. Now, Megan writes about everything from campers to shipping container homes to traveling with kiddos, with a special eye for under-the-radar destinations. Based in Denver, you'll find Megan biking the Mile High City with her husband and two kids or camping the American West in a 4x4 Sportsmobile Sprinter.
This Guy Peterson-designed house in Florida blends polished concrete with wood accents.
Ai Weiwei’s only U.S. residence includes a 3,500-square-foot main house, a Y-shaped guest house, and a serene pool.
Designed by prolific local architect Frank Weise, this boxy white home has a ton of original features.
Pops of green balance wide-plank wooden floors in this just-listed artist’s retreat.
Once billed as a teardown, this 1963 home has been renovated with a fresh take on midcentury style.
Part of an archipelago of more than 100 islands, Jepson Island comes with a cottage, dock, and mooring.
At this barn home in Nebraska, farmhouse style meets Western flair.
Built to resemble a Loire Valley castle, this historic chateaux features a chauffeur’s waiting room, a sewing room, darkroom, coatcheck room, and more.
The goal of the unusual siding is to create a facade that will age and "develop a patina that reflects time through material changes."