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  1. David Byrne: Architecture in Music
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    David Byrne: Architecture in Music

    This TED talk that David Byrne gave last year is such a wonderful walk through the history of music, and how the architecture in which that music was performed helped shape it, that I had to...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.02.11

  2. Dwell at Architecture and the City
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    Dwell at Architecture and the City

    Indian summer is all well and good, though in San Francisco the real treat of September is the SF AIA's Architecture and the City festival. It runs the gamuts from tours to lectures to talks, and...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.15.10

  3. Dwell on Design Keynote: Cameron Sinclair
    Dwell on Design

    Dwell on Design Keynote: Cameron Sinclair

    We are so pleased to have Cameron Sinclair, co-founder and CEO of Architecture for Humanity, as our keynote speaker at Dwell on Design 2012. Sinclair and his organization have been effecting real...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    06.04.12

  4. 3 Innovative Outdoor Libraries in Russia
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    3 Innovative Outdoor Libraries in Russia

    Three ‘book-objects’ created by Alexander and Daria Kudmova Butahinoy of the Moscow-based Ruetemple Architectural Studio offer ways to store books and save space. Furnishing the outdoor, public...

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    01.28.14

  5. Yale's Architectural Growth
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    Yale's Architectural Growth

    With important architectural contributions by Louis Kahn, Paul Rudolph, Eero Saarinen, Gordon Bunshaft, Phillip Johnson, and many other noteworthy architects, Yale University is no stranger to...

    05.05.09

  6. The Architectural Outsider
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    The Architectural Outsider

    The architectural profession is shrouded in mystery. What goes on in those offices is as foreign to most people as what goes into making Spam. So Dwell asked an inquisitive non-architect for his...

    written by: Robert Sullivan
    05.27.09

  7. William Krisel on Architecture
    Dwell on Design

    William Krisel on Architecture

    William Krisel knows architecture. The 84-year old architect has been licensed for a remarkable 59 years. The Getty Museum has just acquired his papers. But at a panel discussion with editor Aaron...

    written by: Alissa Walker
    06.27.09

  8. Paul Goldberger at AIA SF
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    Paul Goldberger at AIA SF

    Last week I had lunch at the AIA San Francisco to hear New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger discuss his new book Why Architecture Matters. I've read a bit of the book and liked it very...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    06.21.10

  9. Sale: William Stout Architectural Books
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    Sale: William Stout Architectural Books

    Our friends around the block at William Stout Architectural Books are having a big sale today through Saturday, offering 25 percent off all in-print titles in the store and online.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    02.19.09

  10. Architecture Critics Worth Your Time
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    Architecture Critics Worth Your Time

    As more and more of the design press moves to the web, I'd like to take a moment to remind you blog-hungry architecture fiends that some of the best writing on design still happens in those...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.09.09

  11. Childhood Forts and Modern Architecture
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    Childhood Forts and Modern Architecture

    Laure Tixier's series of felt pieces for the show Plaid Houses explores the idea of architecture as fiction, born under the blankets of a child's first living room fort.

    written by: Laure Joliet
    12.05.08

  12. Taschen Does Art & Architecture
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    Taschen Does Art & Architecture

    Iconic photographer of mid-century modernism Julius Shulman may or may not have been a pack rat. What he was: a collector of the equally significant '40s-'60s design Bible Arts & Architecture....

    written by: Jamie Waugh
    11.09.08

  13. Portable Architecture
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    Portable Architecture

    As David pointed out, things could be a lot worse.  But if you're looking to downsize or simply want to keep the mobility of a cardboard box but the high design of prefab architecture you...

    written by: Laure Joliet
    09.30.08

  14. Rent an Architectural Masterpiece
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    Rent an Architectural Masterpiece

    Ever wonder what it would be like to live in a house designed by a world-class architect? The team behind the new venture Living Architecture lamented the fact that most people only experience...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.12.09

  15. Architecture + Food = Stable Cafe
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    Architecture + Food = Stable Cafe

    San Francisco's Mission District is known for its vibrant and often contrasting cultures—Mexican paleta wagons share the sidewalk with Twittering hipsters slinging crème brulée,...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    09.11.09

  16. Building Sustainable Communities Exhibit
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    Building Sustainable Communities Exhibit

    An inquisitive exhibit recently extended through January 2009 at the Danish Architecture Center asks “What if architecture could change the world?” Building Sustainable Communities ...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    10.15.08

  17. Post

    Pattern Recognition in Review

    Pattern Recognition is the debut monograph from New York based architecture practice Leven Betts. Not to be confused with the William Gibson novel of the same name, this Pattern Recognition opens...

    02.18.09

  18. URBANbuild: The Fourth Generation
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    URBANbuild: The Fourth Generation

    The Tulane University School of Architecture recently broke ground on their fourth URBANbuild prototype home. The URBANbuild program was started after Hurricane Katrina as a collaboration between a...

    02.09.09

  19. Big Trouble in Little Dubai
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    Big Trouble in Little Dubai

    Dubai, that instant city of over-wrought architecture and slave-like laborers, is apparently on the verge of a sewage catastrophe. The BBC reports that "raw sewage is flowing into the sea...

    written by: Geoff Manaugh
    10.17.08

  20. Take Note at the CCA
    Event Spotlight

    Take Note at the CCA

    The 1960s was a prolific era of writing in architecture as masters penned their frustrations with the field and pushed it to become an element of pop culture while also increasing its intellectual...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    02.17.10

  21. Carreau du Temple: Parisian Poetry in Glass and Steel
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    Carreau du Temple: Parisian Poetry in Glass and Steel

    Studio Milou’s restoration of a public pavilion showcases the beauty of the Marais.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    04.10.14

  22. Project_Rorschach
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    Project_Rorschach

    Project_Rorschach, an exhibit exploring architecture through obscured perspectives, is on view at the Boston Society of Architects space as part of the Boston Design Biennial through May 15.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    04.23.13

  23. Dwell Favorites Head to Venice Architecture Biennale
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    Dwell Favorites Head to Venice Architecture Biennale

    The US curators for the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale were announced this week, and the group includes several visionaries from Dwell issues past.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    09.04.13

  24. Steven Holl's Daeyang Gallery and House on Film
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    Steven Holl's Daeyang Gallery and House on Film

    In our May issue, we examine the connection between architecture and music in the work of expert architect Steven Holl. One of his latest projects, the Daeyang Gallery and House in Seoul, South...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Iwan Baan
    04.08.13

  25. Moby, the Architecture Blogger
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    Moby, the Architecture Blogger

    You know his beats. How about his blogs? World-famous DJ and full-time bald alien, Moby, moonlights as an architecture blogger, cataloging the buildings of Los Angeles in all their "strange and...

    written by: Sara Ost
    02.08.13

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