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  1. LinePosters
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    LinePosters

    With offices in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles, Dwell can't help but be proud of the transit advancements and accessibility in the cities where we work. Graphic designer Cayla Ferari and...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    02.21.13

  2. LINES Ballet's Mod Sets
    Event Spotlight

    LINES Ballet's Mod Sets

    Last week I had the pleasure of seeing Alonzo King's LINES Ballet's new production "Triangle of the Squinches" at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. King has long been a San...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.21.11

  3. Links We Love
    We Recommend

    Links We Love

    From this week’s Internet adventures: gas stations, the Kentucky Derby, and renovating Frank Lloyd Wright’s Emil Bach House.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.02.14

  4. Links We Love
    Latest

    Links We Love

    A primer on wooden floors, Sou Fujimoto's floating forest, and dreamy textiles round out this week's links we love.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    04.18.14

  5. Links We Love
    We Recommend

    Links We Love

    Dwell editors spend hours on the Internet to bring you the best homes and projects, from better ways to use your Gmail to dignified hospital design, here are some of our favorite links this week.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    01.17.14

  6. Links We Love
    We Recommend

    Links We Love

    Bringing you the online ephemera the editors dig up each week. This week includes genius tips for small spaces, Bauhaus selfies, and ugly Belgian houses we still love.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    01.22.14

  7. Links We Love
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    Links We Love

    Dwell editors spend hours on the internet to bring you the best homes and projects, from frozen lighthouses to Bauhaus-esque jewelry, here are some of our favorite links this week.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    01.09.14

  8. Links We Love: June 23, 2014
    We Recommend

    Links We Love: June 23, 2014

    A well-designed World Cup calendar site, Nendo-designed boat shoes, and more finds from the Internet.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    06.23.14

  9. Linus Bikes
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    Linus Bikes

    As cities with hills steeper than black diamond ski slopes go, San Francisco is exceptionally bike-friendly. Drivers are trained (most of the time) to look for cyclists before opening their car...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    07.07.09

  10. Lisa Roberts on Game-Changing Product Designs
    Dwell on Design

    Lisa Roberts on Game-Changing Product Designs

    In her new book, DesignPOP (Rizzoli), designer and collector Lisa Roberts explores the objects that have changed contemporary product design. Here, she shares the thought process behind her book.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.02.14

  11. Listening There: Scenes From Ghana
    Event Spotlight

    Listening There: Scenes From Ghana

    Two years ago, Mabel O. Wilson and Peter Tolkin traveled through Ghana, visiting the cities and documenting the architecture that had been erected over a thirty-year period, beginning in the late...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.05.10

  12. Lite-Brite Grows Up: Flatpack Paper Lamp
    A Great Idea

    Lite-Brite Grows Up: Flatpack Paper Lamp

    This flat-packed, laser-stitched lamp shade invites endless customizations.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    03.27.14

  13. LiTraCon: Light-Transmitting Concrete
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    LiTraCon: Light-Transmitting Concrete

    While researching innovative ways in which to use concrete, Hungarian architect Aron Losonczi’s light-transmitting concrete caught our eye. Called LiTraCon, the material is a mixture of fine...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    02.04.09

  14. Little Bird Swing
    Product

    Little Bird Swing

    I was on North Haven Island, Maine recently to report a story for the July/August issue of the magazine, and I went to visit a lovely modern second home by architect Christopher Campbell. Hang...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.09.09

  15. Little Cabin In the Woods: 7 Homes We Love
    Houses We Love

    Little Cabin In the Woods: 7 Homes We Love

    Nothing screams "late fall" like a trip to a cabin. These seven homes fit the coziness bill, but with a modern slant that brings the housing typology into the 21st century.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.18.13

  16. Little Cabins on the Prairie
    Houses We Love

    Little Cabins on the Prairie

    With these modern-day lodges for Kansas City campers heading to the country, a Missouri architecture firm puts a fresh face on a 100-year-old Girl Scout tradition.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    photos by: Mike Sinclair
    09.24.12

  17. Little Feet
    Green

    Little Feet

    For his initial Aero House prototype, architect Tadashi Murai wanted something as sustainable as possible.

    01.01.09

  18. Little Field of Flowers
    How To

    Little Field of Flowers

    Nanimarquina—In 1987, Barcelona-based designer Nani Marquina established a textile and rug design studio. Since 1993, the company’s designs have been manufactured in northern India....

    written by: Virginia Gardiner
    01.25.09

  19. How To

    Little Field of Flowers: Die Cutting

    As Boontje’s signature style is often associated with cutouts, Marquina’s solution was a good fit. Sheets of felt from Rajasthan go into a die cutter, which is essentially a combination of a waffle...

    01.01.09

  20. How To

    Little Field of Flowers: Prototyping

    “We ordered the first prototypes in an embossed pattern,” explains Marquina, who works with several Indian manufacturing facilities. The Nanimarquina team instructed the manufacturers to use a...

    01.01.09

  21. Little Field of Flowers: Sketching
    How To

    Little Field of Flowers: Sketching

    Little Field of Flowers was first conceived in 2005, when, in the cyclical course of design trends, flowery was at the height of fashionability. Nani Marquina says, “We thought it would be nice to...

    01.01.09

  22. Little Field of Flowers: Weaving
    How To

    Little Field of Flowers: Weaving

    Depending on the size of the rug—they come in three sizes—one or two technicians at SPN operate the loom, which involves painstaking manual labor. “Every two or three lines,” Marquina explains, “we...

    01.01.09

  23. Little Shirley Vases by Material Good
    Product Reviews

    Little Shirley Vases by Material Good

    Lauren Burman began making Little Shirley vases a few years ago in honor of her grandmother, Shirley Larson, who was battling cancer. Now she and a team of nine other people hand make the petite...

    written by: Diana Budds
    02.04.13

  24. Little Urbanites
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    Little Urbanites

    Modernism is for moms, says Kim Sibley, and just as importantly, their wee ones too. One year ago, Sibley opened Little Urbanites, a modern design store for kids, with her mother Suzanne Sibley and...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.28.08

  25. Live From Helsinki: EcoDesign
    Travel Reports

    Live From Helsinki: EcoDesign

    At the entrance of Habitare, Finland's largest furniture and interiors expo, designer Yrjö Kukkapuro has curated an exhibition of ecologically-minded chairs. One of Finland's elder statesmen...

    written by: Sam Grawe
    09.10.09

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