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  1. Startin' Spartan
    My House

    Startin' Spartan

    When Jay Atherton and Cy Keener met in grad school at the University of California, Berkeley, they discovered in each other a rare constellation of common interests: minimalist architecture, rock...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    photos by: Ye Rin Mok
    11.22.10

  2. Footbridge / Addition in Cuernavaca
    House Tours

    Footbridge / Addition in Cuernavaca

    On a gently sloping lot in the middle of a pine forest at the northern edge of Cuernavaca, Mexico, is a family compound with a recent addition conceptualized by local architect Alfredo Raymundo...

    written by: Erika Heet
    11.22.10

  3. Urbach on How Wine Became Modern
    Interviews

    Urbach on How Wine Became Modern

    This weekend, the much anticipated new show How Wine Became Modern opened at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Before the final finishes were added, we had the chance to take a tour with...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.22.10

  4. One to Chew On
    Food

    One to Chew On

    In late 2008, Jon Rubin, an artist and professor at Carnegie Mellon University, took over a vacant Pittsburgh storefront with his students and opened the Waffle Shop, an experimental art project...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.21.10

  5. Matali Crasset
    Interviews

    Matali Crasset

    Design iconoclast Matali Crasset—notably bespectacled and bowl-cutted—spent her youth in the French countryside before finding her creative feet in college. Now, with an international...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    11.20.10

  6. SFMOMA: How Wine Became Modern
    Event Spotlight

    SFMOMA: How Wine Became Modern

    Earlier this week I attended the press preview for "How Wine Became Modern," opening at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on Saturday, November 20. The hard-to-define exhibition...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.19.10

  7. Friday Finds 11.19.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 11.19.2010

    That's right kids, the holidays have arrived! This is an exciting time of year, and this week's picks offer lots of choices for gift giving. Speaking of gifts—look out for our 2010 Holiday...

    written by: Fida Sleiman
    11.19.10

  8. The Opulent Modernism of Platner
    Profiles

    The Opulent Modernism of Platner

    For Warren Platner, whose modernist pedigree would make any contemporary designer squeal, design was all about the right groovy palette for the right glitzy project. Minimalists need not apply.

    written by: Alexandra Lange
    11.19.10

  9. On Becoming an Artist Exhibit
    Travel Reports

    On Becoming an Artist Exhibit

    On Becoming an Artist: Isamu Noguchi and His Contemporaries,1922-1960 recently opened at the Noguchi Museum. Marking the museum’s 25th anniversary, the exhibition looks at how Noguchi’s...

    written by: Diana Budds
    11.18.10

  10. Hyundai Ride and Drive
    Event Spotlight

    Hyundai Ride and Drive

    Recently Dwell partnered with the Hyundai Sonata Uncensored campaign, an interactive, traveling exhibit designed to welcome visitors to a unique space where they could learn more about the Hyundai...

    written by: Hanni Chehak
    11.18.10

  11. Nesting Instinct
    Product

    Nesting Instinct

    If I had a fatter wallet, and a big, spreading tree in my backyard (if, indeed, I had a backyard), I would most certainly covet this cool new product from DEDON: a Nestrest. It's a...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.18.10

  12. Windows at Bergdorf Goodman
    Books

    Windows at Bergdorf Goodman

    "To window-shop," we learned in our November 2010 issue's Introduction to Retail Design, dates back to 1922—but it wasn't until the 1930s that shops  spiced up their...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.18.10

  13. Magnetic Walls, and Storage Made Sexy
    Finishing Touch

    Magnetic Walls, and Storage Made Sexy

    When architects Hayes and James Slade of Slade Architecture renovated a three-story brownstone in Brooklyn for Ricky Kenig, the owner of the New York City's ubiquitous Ricky's NYC stores, and his...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.17.10

  14. Heading to Mexico City
    Travel Reports

    Heading to Mexico City

    I'm headed to Mexico City tomorrow—I've never been—and I wanted to reach out to the Dwell community to get an inside track on what I should see and where I should go. At...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.17.10

  15. Scavolini's Flagship Store Opens in Soho
    Travel Reports

    Scavolini's Flagship Store Opens in Soho

    Italian kitchen design powerhouse Scavolini recently opened up a 10,000-square-foot flagship store in Soho, their very first in the United States. The 15 vignettes inside reflect Scavolini at its...

    written by: Diana Budds
    11.16.10

  16. Seeing Orange in SF
    Event Spotlight

    Seeing Orange in SF

    Seeing Orange Dutch Design Week in SF is in full swing now in San Francisco, showcasing the best in Dutch design here in the City by the Bay. Here's a quick handicap of the talks and films that you...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.16.10

  17. Máze: Life above the Arctic Circle

    Máze: Life above the Arctic Circle

    Far above the Arctic Circle, in the Norway's Lapland, is a small village of the land's native Sámi inhabitants. For the past five years, French photographer and Dwell contributor Cé...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Céline Clanet
    11.16.10

  18. A Pantone Hotel for the Color-Obsessed
    Hotels

    A Pantone Hotel for the Color-Obsessed

    Pantone has been on a licensing kick for a while now—witness the Pantone chip mugs, messenger bags, cufflinks—but they recently unveiled their most ambitious project to date: the...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.15.10

  19. Athens, Greece
    City Guide

    Athens, Greece

    Athens is home to one of history’s most important buildings, the Parthenon, but how does the city fare architecturally today? 
A spate of modern development, particularly a new museum that...

    written by: Dan Hawaleshka
    photos by: Alex Subrizi
    11.15.10

  20. And the Pursuit of Happiness
    Books

    And the Pursuit of Happiness

    Not so long ago I had a chance to talk with illustrator Maira Kalman when she came to San Francisco for the launch of a retrospective of her work at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Though we...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.15.10

  21. Pouffe! There It Is
    Product Reviews

    Pouffe! There It Is

    Versatile like an accent pillow or throw, a pouffe need not match your living-room set to settle in and look right at home.

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    photos by: Justin Fantl
    11.13.10

  22. Cottage Life
    House Tours

    Cottage Life

    Fall has settled in and there's nothing we'd rather do than curl up next to a warm fire. Here we take a look a some of our favorite cozy cottages and cabins from issues past as we get ready to...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.12.10

  23. Friday Finds 11-12-2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 11-12-2010

    We're ending the week with our editors (and new photo intern Meigan Canfield) favorite digs from the blogosphere.

    written by: Fida Sleiman
    11.12.10

  24. Modern in Lexington, Kentucky
    Travel Reports

    Modern in Lexington, Kentucky

    The Miller House is an unusual architectural specimen. No, not the Miller House by Richard Neutra or Eero Saarinen. This Miller house was designed by Jose Oubrerie, and most likely, you haven't...

    written by: Jodie Bass
    photos by: Jodie Bass
    11.12.10

  25. The Best of Dutch Design?
    Books

    The Best of Dutch Design?

    NAi Publishing, in collaboration with the Dutch Design Awards, recently released the 2010 Dutch Design Yearbook, a 216-page atlas of the best, newest, and most innovative work by designers in the...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.11.10

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