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  1. The City of Chandigarh by Le Corbusier
    In The Modern World

    The City of Chandigarh by Le Corbusier

    Los Angeles architect Linda Taalman made a rare visit to Le Corbusier’s fraught masterpiece, the capitol complex of the city of Chandigarh. Here she offers her take on Corbu’s vision for a modern...

    written by: Linda Taalman
    09.07.13

  2. MOS Throws an "Afterparty"
    Post

    MOS Throws an "Afterparty"

    The winner of the 2009 MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program has opened in the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center courtyard in Long Island City. The winning entry, afterparty by MOS, is a provocative...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    07.09.09

  3. The World of Sound
    Essay

    The World of Sound

    You could call it the next frontier of architecture and design, but you have to close your eyes to “see” it. The ear inhabits a space, and captures a place, more acutely than the eye.

    11.03.12

  4. The Architectural Insider
    Design 101

    The Architectural Insider

    The old joke “Enough about me, let’s talk about you. What do you think about me?” isn’t a joke to architects, it’s part of their profession. Dwell asked one design...

    written by: Donlyn Lyndon
    05.27.09

  5. Page Goolrick's Favorite Buildings
    Three Buildings

    Page Goolrick's Favorite Buildings

    It's fun asking architects what their favorite buildings are; you discover all kinds of cool buildings you didn't know existed, and also gain insight into that architect's design influences. We've...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.04.11

  6. Harboe's Marks
    Interviews

    Harboe's Marks

    Chicago preservation architect Thomas “Gunny” Harboe prefers not to dismantle architectural monuments. But at Mies van der Rohe’s 860–880 Lake Shore Drive apartments, built...

    written by: Jay Pridmore
    03.16.10

  7. 10 Minute Interview: Renzo Piano
    Interviews

    10 Minute Interview: Renzo Piano

    I met with Italian architect and Pritzker Prize winner Renzo Piano one week before the official opening of his latest museum project, an addition to the historic Isabella Gardner Museum in Boston,...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.19.12

  8. Three Buildings: Andrew Maynard
    Three Buildings

    Three Buildings: Andrew Maynard

    One of our favorite architects Down Under is the Melbourne-based, but Tasmania-bred, Andrew Maynard. He showed us around Melbourne for our June 2011 Detour and now he's weighing in with the three...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    06.06.12

  9. Man of Steel
    Profiles

    Man of Steel

    The Seattle prince of architectural gizmos is branching out into a new line of hardware fashioned from bars and pipes.

    written by: J. Michael Welton
    10.02.12

  10. 8 Ways to Design with Pine
    Design 101

    8 Ways to Design with Pine

    It’s readily available, affordable, fairly sustainable, and hardy—what’s not to love about pine? Architects, designers, and homeowners show us how to use the wood to its best advantage in these...

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.24.13

  11. Minimalist Pine-Clad Dining Room in Sweden
    Post

    Minimalist Pine-Clad Dining Room in Sweden

    Perched atop a hill between a large park and Gothenburg's former industrial past rests architect Per Bornstein's 1,400 square feet slatty home featured from our Big Ideas for Small Spaces issue....

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    photos by: Pia Ulin
    07.17.13

  12. Mojgan Hariri and Gisue Hariri

    Mojgan Hariri and Gisue Hariri

    The Iran-born sisters blaze a bold path for self-employed architects: Design everything in sight.

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.17.12

  13. Preview: Shigeru Ban's First Permanent U.S. Museum
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    Preview: Shigeru Ban's First Permanent U.S. Museum

    Shigeru Ban calls the Aspen Art Museum, which is expected to be completed this summer, "my great step forward in my career as an architect." Dwell caught up with the architect for the recent reveal...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.26.14

  14. Toronto's 10 Top Homes
    House Tours

    Toronto's 10 Top Homes

    Toronto: largest city in Canada, capital of Ontario, and seat of multiculturalism in our neighbor to the north. (It's also currently host to the most active construction cranes in North America!)...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.15.13

  15. Rebuilding in a Post-Katrina World with Sherry-Lea Botop
    Dwell on Design

    Rebuilding in a Post-Katrina World with Sherry-Lea Botop

    New Orleans native Sherry-Lea Botop found herself in a unique position in 2005: The non-profit activist was, like many of her community members, housed in a shelter with her family while Hurricane...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    05.14.13

  16. Building on a Shoestring in Singapore
    Houses We Love

    Building on a Shoestring in Singapore

    Building on a shoestring is no mean feat in Singapore, especially when your home calls for a multilayered facade. Chang Architects, however, were more than up to the challenge.

    photos by: Albert Lim KS
    01.10.13

  17. Pulltab's Mini Vertical Garden
    Finishing Touch

    Pulltab's Mini Vertical Garden

    Enlisted to renovate an apartment in Manhattan's East Village, architects Melissa Baker and Jon Handley, partners at the firm pulltab design, took inspiration from the city's plethora of...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.23.10

  18. New Zealand Goes Modern: 7 Fantastic Houses
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    New Zealand Goes Modern: 7 Fantastic Houses

    We're continually amazed by all the great residential design Down Under. But lest the Aussies take all the credit, check out our tour of the best modern homes in New Zealand.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    07.17.13

  19. Material Focus: Concrete
    House Tours

    Material Focus: Concrete

    In this Material Focus installment, we examine béton brut—roughly finished exposed concrete—a modern design idea popularized by architects like Le Corbusier and Auguste Perret.

    written by: Diana Budds
    07.19.13

  20. "Born to Rewild" with Landscape Designer Margie Ruddick
    Interviews

    "Born to Rewild" with Landscape Designer Margie Ruddick

    We're thrilled to welcome Margie Ruddick, this year's winner of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in Landscape Architecture, to Dwell on Design. In a panel on "rewilding" our cities, Ruddick...

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.21.13

  21. Material Focus: Glass
    A Great Idea

    Material Focus: Glass

    As previously looked at in 5 Bold and Modern Glass Facades, Dwell takes another look at 8 contemporary structures that are recognized for their creative and daring use of combined materials and glass.

    written by: Jami Smith
    10.30.13

  22. A Prefab Prototype for Disaster-Relief Housing
    A Great Idea

    A Prefab Prototype for Disaster-Relief Housing

    How Superstorm Sandy helped inspire a Brooklyn prototype for more efficient temporary housing after a natural disaster.

    written by: Tim Hanrahan
    05.13.14

  23. Preserved Modernist Gems in the U.S.
    Renovation

    Preserved Modernist Gems in the U.S.

    From Richard Neutra's drive-in church in Orange County to Louis Kahn's New Jersey bathing pavilion, the winners of Docomomo's Modernism in America Awards—which celebrate the documentation,...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    05.13.14

  24. Incredible Modernist Architecture From Latvia
    A Great Idea

    Incredible Modernist Architecture From Latvia

    An exhibition at the Venice Biennale showcases the Baltic state’s unique post-war styles and structures.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    05.21.14

  25. The Right Track
    House Tours

    The Right Track

    With nearly a half century of architectural experience, Peter Cohen designed this ingenious spine-and-module home for him and his wife Sally in the coastal forests just outside Ellsworth, Maine.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Mark Mahaney
    08.31.09

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