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  1. LAMA’s 50th
    Event Spotlight

    LAMA’s 50th

    Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), headquartered in a 17,000-square-foot gallery in Van Nuys, California, has been steadily auctioning works by important 20th century artists, designers and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.15.10

  2. Pop!Tech Conference
    Event Spotlight

    Pop!Tech Conference

    Pop!Tech is a big-ideas conference in a small Maine town that brings together leaders and innovators from science, tech, education, and entertainment for a three-day conversation among 600...

    11.08.10

  3. Lost & Found in LA: Part 2
    Travel Reports

    Lost & Found in LA: Part 2

    If you liked what you saw in my previous report on Lost & Found in Los Angeles, then check out this slideshow: a roundup of owner Jamie Rosenthal's favorite items in the shop, along with her...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    01.17.11

  4. Design and History of Tahrir Square
    Interviews

    Design and History of Tahrir Square

    Nezar AlSayyad is a Cairo-born professor of Architecture, Planning and Urban History and the chair of Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. He's also a...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    02.21.11

  5. In the Bouroullecs' Studio
    Travel Reports

    In the Bouroullecs' Studio

    A highlight of my trip to Paris earlier this year—and I can't believe it's taken me this long to share it with you—was a visit to the Bouroullec brothers' studio in Belleville. It was...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    04.19.11

  6. Cycle China: Week 2
    Travel Reports

    Cycle China: Week 2

    In this special five-part series, we're riding along with SWA Group landscape designer Amirah Shahid as she cycles nearly 800 miles from Beijing to Shanghai. Join us as she tells about her journey...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Amirah Shahid
    09.12.11

  7. Coffee Break: San Francisco's The Mill
    Food

    Coffee Break: San Francisco's The Mill

    Although we usually focus on completed projects, it is equally interesting to check in during construction to see how a space develops. Things that our memories smooth over post-construction, like...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.14.12

  8. Finnish Lines
    Shops

    Finnish Lines

    Design enthusiast and Alvar Aalto expert Juhani Lemmetti has transitioned his love of vintage Finnish furniture into a thriving furniture shop in Helsinki.

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    photos by: Niclas Warius
    06.11.12

  9. 10 Modern Hotels Across the USA
    Post

    10 Modern Hotels Across the USA

    From the high-drama NoMad in New York City to a revived mid-century gem in Desert Hot Springs, California, we've pulled together a selection of our favorite American hotels featuring modern...

    written by: Sara Ost
    09.27.12

  10. The Light Fantastic: Johanna Grawunder
    Profiles

    The Light Fantastic: Johanna Grawunder

    To Johanna Grawunder, a turned-off chandelier is “one of the saddest things in the world.” Granted, she is an avant-garde lighting designer; a darkened fixture is a missed opportunity.

    written by: Joanne Furio
    07.27.12

  11. 'Design through the Ages' Kicks off City Modern
    Event Spotlight

    'Design through the Ages' Kicks off City Modern

    City Modern—Dwell and New York Magazine's collaborative week-long collection of talks, studio and home tours showcasing New York architecture and design—began Monday evening with the...

    written by: Sara Dierck
    photos by: Sara Dierck
    10.02.12

  12. Mastering the Wood Grain
    Post

    Mastering the Wood Grain

    “Process is everything in my work,” says Michael Rupich, designer and founder of EndGrain Furniture, a woodworking studio based in Fairfield, New Jersey. “The thing I want most when someone is...

    written by: Johanna Björk
    03.06.13

  13. Furniture Design Tips from an Interior Design Pro
    We Recommend

    Furniture Design Tips from an Interior Design Pro

    Furniture design can be one of the most rewarding, albeit, deceiving parts of the interior design process. It's not as easy as one might think. You can go wrong as quickly as you can go right, but...

    written by: Drew McGukin
    06.19.13

  14. Introducing the Dwell Store’s Editor's Collection
    We Recommend

    Introducing the Dwell Store’s Editor's Collection

    Dwell Editor-in-Chief, Amanda Dameron, has shopped the Dwell Store to select her favorite products. Each piece in the collection is handpicked by Amanda to complement her life, both in the Dwell...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    04.22.14

  15. 10 tips for clutter-free bedrooms
    Design 101

    10 tips for clutter-free bedrooms

    For our first post in a series featuring inspiring, clutter-free rooms, we begin with the space that is arguably the most important to keep clear of all visual noise: the bedroom.

    written by: Erika Heet
    04.09.14

  16. Hideaway Furniture by Folditure
    Product

    Hideaway Furniture by Folditure

    The Leaf, a thin and lightweight chair designed by Folditure, will soon be joined by a table counterpart: the Cricket. An aluminum folding table, designed by architect Alexander Gendell, the...

    written by: Sara Dierck
    08.21.12

  17. Highlights from Dwell on Design 2011
    Dwell on Design

    Highlights from Dwell on Design 2011

    Temperatures were sweltering in L.A. over the weekend, but the 20,000 plus attendees at our sixth annual Dwell on Design conference—who took to the Convention Center in droves—were able...

    written by: Diana Budds
    06.28.11

  18. 11 Buildings by Pritzker Winner Shigeru Ban
    Profiles

    11 Buildings by Pritzker Winner Shigeru Ban

    2014 Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban’s body of work is a showcase of spatial and material innovation.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    03.25.14

  19. A Look Inside 7 Venice Beach Homes
    Houses We Love

    A Look Inside 7 Venice Beach Homes

    Often, the interiors of houses in Venice, California, are as free-spirited as the exteriors. Here are 7 from our archives that will remind you to embrace your inner bohemian.

    written by: Erika Heet
    12.02.13

  20. 13 Years of Serpentine Gallery Pavilions
    Travel Reports

    13 Years of Serpentine Gallery Pavilions

    Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Oscar Niemeyer, Daniel Libeskind, Zaha Hadid: Architecture’s best have all tackled the summer design challenge of building a temporary pavilion for London's Serpentine...

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    03.21.14

  21. Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis
    Hotels

    Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis

    When Michael Suomi of Stonehill & Taylor describes the $25 million interior redesign process of the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, he calls it a "multi-part architectural narrative."...

    written by: Kurt Kohlstedt
    08.23.12

  22. Shops We Love: Propeller Modern
    Shops

    Shops We Love: Propeller Modern

    This San Francisco storefront presents modern design from a roster of independent makers and locally-based talents.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    04.04.14

  23. TOTEMISM: Memphis Meets Africa at Design Indaba Expo
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    TOTEMISM: Memphis Meets Africa at Design Indaba Expo

    Kinship in design is often viewed as simply a matter of showing relations, both formally and historically, between objects that share color, pattern, and local craft strategies. Totemism, however,...

    written by: Abigail Doan
    03.05.13

  24. Wendell Castle's Volumes
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    Wendell Castle's Volumes

    Published to coincide with designer, artist, and visionary Wendell Castle's 80th birthday at the end of 2012, writer Alastair Gordon's biographical monograph of Castle's work is a juicy read, full...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    02.06.13

  25. Le Corbusier at the New York MoMA
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    Le Corbusier at the New York MoMA

    An exhibit opening at MoMA next weekend will give Modernist pioneer Le Corbusier his just dues. Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes celebrates the architect, designer, artist, and urban...

    written by: Sara Carpenter
    06.07.13

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