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  1. Live from London: Max Lamb
    Travel Reports

    Live from London: Max Lamb

    From commentary in The Incidental (a community-generated newsletter and website tracking the design buzz this week in the British capital) to a curated show of his father's pottery collection,...

    written by: Charlotte West
    09.23.09

  2. Friday Finds 02.17.12
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 02.17.12

    Well, folks, it's time for yet another installment of Friday Finds. Scroll down for a look at Kate Bush, one of our favorite pieces from Stockholm Design Week, a stop motion vid, and much more. And...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    02.17.12

  3. Design Classic: Jens Risom Collection
    Rewind

    Design Classic: Jens Risom Collection

    Jens Risom's 1942 designs for Knoll were born out of wartime necessity but went on to become signature midcentury modern designs.

    written by: Dora Sapunar
    04.10.14

  4. Historic Collection of Shaker Furniture Up for Auction
    Product

    Historic Collection of Shaker Furniture Up for Auction

    A vast collection of Shaker furniture, representing the group's utilitarian leanings and stringent lifestyle, goes up for auction in Boston.

    written by: Emily Shapiro
    05.26.14

  5. Surrogate Cities
    Essay

    Surrogate Cities

    So this is what city life boils down to: flat roofs, right angles, and steel-mesh awnings for industrial spice.  

    written by: John King
    04.01.10

  6. Sustainable Single-Family Homes in Cambodia
    Green

    Sustainable Single-Family Homes in Cambodia

    Three sustainably designed dwellings in Phnom Penh show how far two grand can go.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    05.13.14

  7. A BoConcept Makeover
    A Great Idea

    A BoConcept Makeover

    When we moved into an Edwardian apartment in San Francisco's Mission District four years ago, we trucked in our furniture, set the pieces where we thought they made sense, and haven't changed much...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.11.11

  8. Shops We Love: Hugh
    Shops

    Shops We Love: Hugh

    In Detroit's Cass Corridor, retailer Joe Posch has created a destination for those seeking furniture and housewares that nod to the midcentury.

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.12.14

  9. A Clever Belgian Couple Renovate Their Aging Brick Home
    Houses We Love

    A Clever Belgian Couple Renovate Their Aging Brick Home

    By introducing chic new elements, a Belgian couple takes a gentle approach to transforming a tired house into a vibrant workshop.

    written by: Erika Heet
    photos by: Tim Van de Velde
    11.06.13

  10. 6 Modern Homes in Connecticut
    Houses We Love

    6 Modern Homes in Connecticut

    Although New Canaan gets the award for modernism in Connecticut (Breuer, Johnson...), the Constitution State has been known to welcome other forms of modern architectural experimentation. Here are...

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.28.13

  11. Talking Products: 5 Interviews with Design Luminaries
    Interviews

    Talking Products: 5 Interviews with Design Luminaries

    From flatware to furniture, the products we interact with every day have an impact on our lives. We think about them every day as we scour the globe for the objects and ideas that move the design...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.13.13

  12. Angel Investors
    Post

    Angel Investors

    For over ten years, Angel Street Thrift Shop has attracted savvy Manhattanites to Chelsea–those with the bravery and general wherewithal to buy the authentic, the used, and the discounted,...

    written by: Jamie Waugh
    11.22.08

  13. Great Balls of Residential Energy
    Post

    Great Balls of Residential Energy

    When it comes to sustainable energy sources for the home, wind turbines tend to get left out of the discussion.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.09.08

  14. Luxury Bath Must Haves
    Product Reviews

    Luxury Bath Must Haves

    The perfectly designed bathroom such as the ones covered here, here, and here can only take you so far, the accessories have to take you the rest of the way for a high design, organized, and tidy...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    10.10.13

  15. 8 Impressive Indoor Gardens
    Green

    8 Impressive Indoor Gardens

    No backyard? No problem. These indoor gardens show the power of bringing greenery indoors. (And check out these indoor gardening kits to work your own magic!)

    written by: Allie Weiss
    05.27.14

  16. Thank Hue! 7 Color-Saturated Homes
    House Tours

    Thank Hue! 7 Color-Saturated Homes

    Not shying away from a bright wash of color or a vibrant coat of paint, these seven kaleidoscopic homes are sure to cure you from the winter blues.

    written by: Diana Budds
    01.09.14

  17. 7 Affordable Home Transformations
    Houses We Love

    7 Affordable Home Transformations

    Remodeling your home can come with a lengthy list of expenses and countless price tags. Here are seven transformations that cut costs and stick to their desired budget without compromising their...

    written by: Jami Smith
    12.04.13

  18. How To Decorate with Patricia Urquiola Furnishings
    --Make It Yours

    How To Decorate with Patricia Urquiola Furnishings

    Furniture designer Patricia Urquiola is known for her bright, overstuffed upholstery for the likes of B&B Italia and Moroso as well as her slightly exotic, woven outdoor pieces for brands like...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    05.22.14

  19. Smart Live-Work Spaces
    Design 101

    Smart Live-Work Spaces

    Our current model of efficiency is the live-work space, and everyone deserves their own modern version. Hint: Keep it clean, clutter-free, and bright. Here are seven to inspire you to create your...

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.30.13

  20. Ben Solemani on How to Shop for a Rug
    How To

    Ben Solemani on How to Shop for a Rug

    Los Angeles-based rug designer Ben Solemani talks us through the do's and don'ts of floor coverings.

    written by: Dwell Staff
    05.09.14

  21. Chicagoisms: The City as Catalyst for Architectural Speculation
    We Recommend

    Chicagoisms: The City as Catalyst for Architectural Speculation

    In an attempt to bring boldness back to Chicago, a new exhibit and book re-examines the city’s architectural legacy.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    05.16.14

  22. Dwell Home Venice: Part 18
    How To

    Dwell Home Venice: Part 18

    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 18,...

    written by: Michael Sylvester
    04.15.13

  23. All Rugged Up
    Post

    All Rugged Up

    Ahhhh, the rug. Ever so comfortable, ever so cozy. We compiled six of the plushest rugs not only worthy of your feet, but for showing off too.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.14.13

  24. Julie Fisher on How to Shop for Furniture
    How To

    Julie Fisher on How to Shop for Furniture

    We tapped architect Julie Fisher—who designed the inventive staircase-slide hybrid in our March 2014 issue—for her expert opinion on how to shop for furniture. Along with Rachel Crowl, Fisher of...

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.23.14

  25. Geometric Pool with a View in Phoenix
    Post

    Geometric Pool with a View in Phoenix

    Perched on picturesque Echo Mountain in Phoenix, this Wendell Burnette-designed desert home featured from our Indoor Outdoor issue, comes with a pool that is "half terrace, half cool-water retreat....

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    photos by: Dean Kaufman
    07.12.13

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