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  1. Henry Wilson
    Profiles

    Henry Wilson

    If 28-year-old Henry Wilson were not a designer, he would be a skipper. After one chaotic trip to the Milan furniture fair several years ago, Wilson began to question the necessity of producing new...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    04.23.12

  2. Elisa Strozyk
    Profiles

    Elisa Strozyk

    Elisa Strozyk was in graduate school when she came across a photo of a water-warped parquet floor. “I thought, my God, the wood came back to life and is frozen in motion,” she says.

    written by: Lindsay J. Westley
    04.23.12

  3. Pia Wüstenberg
    Profiles

    Pia Wüstenberg

    Pia Wüstenberg, a young German-Finnish designer based in London, graduated just last year from the Royal College of Art (RCA). But a glance at her portfolio, peppered with quirky and carefully...

    04.23.12

  4. Max Lipsey
    Profiles

    Max Lipsey

    Max Lipsey always begins his design process by holding a material in his bare hands. He then pushes it, massages it, and experiments with it. “Before I even sketch, I need to get to know the...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    04.23.12

  5. Salone Satellite 2012
    Event Spotlight

    Salone Satellite 2012

    This year marks the 15-year anniversary of SaloneSatellite, the portion of Salone Internazionale del Mobile dedicated to young designers under the age of 35.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    04.22.12

  6. Coverings 2012: Fireclay Tile
    Travel Reports

    Coverings 2012: Fireclay Tile

    Artisanal tile company Fireclay was at Coverings for the first time this year and exhibited their brand of glass and ceramic tile that's a treat to look at and boasts some mighty strong...

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Diana Budds
    04.21.12

  7. Ventura Lambrate Trumps in Milan
    Travel Reports

    Ventura Lambrate Trumps in Milan

    For the second year running, Milan’s Zona Tortona feels more like Zona Tortura, a nightclub dotted with big brand showrooms, than the former creative epicenter of the Salone furniture fair...

    written by: Shonquis Moreno
    photos by: Shonquis Moreno
    04.20.12

  8. Friday Finds 04.20.12
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 04.20.12

    On this Friday, we share a residence in Whistler, a wind map of the United States, a project that pays homage to Miami's now-demolished Orange Bowl, and more. Scroll down for the full story.

    written by: Diana Budds
    04.20.12

  9. Emeco Debuts Starck 'Broom' Chair
    Product

    Emeco Debuts Starck 'Broom' Chair

    Pennsylvania-based Emeco is known for iterations on one theme: virtually indestructible chairs made from recycled aluminum. The original Navy chair produced by the company started as a...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.20.12

  10. Dwell Home Venice: Part 13
    How To

    Dwell Home Venice: Part 13

    In this series, Sebastian Mariscal designs a home in Venice, California, that brings the outside in. We track the project from start to finish with future resident Michael Sylvester. Part 13,...

    written by: Michael Sylvester
    04.20.12

  11. Communal Lakeside Vacation House in Ontario
    House Tours

    Communal Lakeside Vacation House in Ontario

    On a lakeside plot outside Toronto, four friends forge a new kind of vacation house. 

    written by: Alex Bozikovic
    photos by: Lorne Bridgman
    04.19.12

  12. Lukas Scherrer's Custom Bassinet
    How To

    Lukas Scherrer's Custom Bassinet

    I'm always a fan of good DIY design, but Lukas Scherrer, the mastermind behind the San Francisco industrial design firm Shibuleru, has taken it to a new level. Check out this incredible...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.19.12

  13. Salone 2012: Hella Jongerius for Vitra
    Product

    Salone 2012: Hella Jongerius for Vitra

    Collaborating with Vitra and Maharam, designer Hella Jongerius reintroduces her iconic Polder sofa in a limited-edition run of 100, out of which only nine will be sold in the US.

    written by: Alexandra Polier
    04.18.12

  14. IKEA PS Collection
    Product

    IKEA PS Collection

    Affordable furniture emporium IKEA inspires some conflicted feelings. On the one hand, the brand's products are reasonably priced (sometimes astonishingly so), hack-able, and when they are good,...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.18.12

  15. The Making of Screenplay: Part 3
    Renovation

    The Making of Screenplay: Part 3

    Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest installation, Screenplay, to be featured at the upcoming Dwell on Design 2012....

    written by: Jenny Wu
    04.18.12

  16. Salone 2012: Dror for Tumi
    Product

    Salone 2012: Dror for Tumi

    Back again in Milan this year is the ever-present Dror Benshetrit,who wowed us in years past with his Peacock Chair for Capellini (now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s permanent collection...

    written by: Alexandra Polier
    04.17.12

  17. Salone 2012: Charlotte Perriand's Mountain Prefab
    House Tours

    Salone 2012: Charlotte Perriand's Mountain Prefab

    For the first time ever, Cassina has constructed a prefab mountain dwelling conceived by Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret from the drawings the pair created in 1938.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    04.16.12

  18. Dream Hatcher
    Outdoor

    Dream Hatcher

    Our latest special issue, Dwell Outdoor, is on newsstands now and available to order here. A guidebook of sorts for making super-livable indoor/outdoor space, Dwell Outdoor pulls out some...

    written by: Carren Jao
    04.15.12

  19. Propeller Island Hotel, Berlin
    Hotels

    Propeller Island Hotel, Berlin

    In 1997, musician Lars Storschen started renting out rooms in his house to supplement his income. Bored with the idea of a traditional guest room, Storschen created different themes for each of the...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    04.14.12

  20. Design for Humankind
    Interviews

    Design for Humankind

    Architect and healthcare design visionary Michael Graves shares his thoughts on how paralysis has affected his approach and practice.

    04.13.12

  21. Last Words, Take Two
    Interviews

    Last Words, Take Two

    We put the same six questions to everyone we talked to for the Now 99 issue to learn what they’re reading, rethinking, and totally sick of. We ran a few responses as the Finishing Touch in...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.13.12

  22. Design-Build Time-Lapse
    Post

    Design-Build Time-Lapse

    TYIN Tegnestue, the Norwegian architecture firm founded by Andreas Gjertsen and Yashar Hanstad in 2007, has made it their work and passion to build locally inspired, cleverly designed structures...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    04.13.12

  23. Meet Upstart Humanitarian Architecture Duo TYIN Tegnestue
    House Tours

    Meet Upstart Humanitarian Architecture Duo TYIN Tegnestue

    Two young Norwegians take a hands-on approach to do-good design with projects in remote Thailand, Bangkok, Sumatra, and beyond.

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    photos by: Pasi Aalto
    04.13.12

  24. Last Words
    Finishing Touch

    Last Words

    We put the same four questions to everyone we talked to for the Now 99 to learn what they’re inspired by and what they’re totally sick of. Read on for a glimpse into today’s...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.13.12

  25. Friday Finds 04.13.12
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 04.13.12

    Yet another week has flown by and the weekend is upon us. Below we share some of our favorite discoveries, which include a go-to app for karaoke fiends, a concrete pendant lamp that looks like...

    written by: Diana Budds
    04.13.12

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