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  1. Tom Dixon Debuts a New Light at Stockholm Design Week
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    Tom Dixon Debuts a New Light at Stockholm Design Week

    Tom Dixon just released the Etch Web Stainless Steel in Stockholm, a play off of the Etch Shades that debuted this past September. Made using digital photo-acid etching (a technique in which an...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.06.13

  2. Hélène Binet's Composing Space
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    Hélène Binet's Composing Space

    If photography is painting with light, few make better canvases of buildings than Hélène Binet. The photographer has been documenting the world's most important structures for 25 years, and in late...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Hélène Binet
    02.07.13

  3. David Hertz Lands in Malibu
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    David Hertz Lands in Malibu

    From the sustainability champions over at SHFT comes an enticing profile of architect David Hertz. The green maverick helms the Studio of Environmental Architecture, a firm he founded after cutting...

    written by: Sara Carpenter
    02.08.13

  4. Modern in the City of Roses
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    Modern in the City of Roses

    Portland—the city where young people go to retire, home of Stumptown Coffee Roasters, and filming location of that one show. We present four modern homes located in one of the friendliest cities...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.07.13

  5. A Pop of Color at Robert Allen
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    A Pop of Color at Robert Allen

    Dwell editors Olivia Martin and Diana Budds visited San Francisco's Design Center to browse through Robert Allen's new Spring 2013 collection at the Pop of Color party. The spring collection was...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.08.13

  6. Stanley Kubrick Retrospective at LACMA
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    Stanley Kubrick Retrospective at LACMA

    Calling all film and design buffs! The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is currently showing the first U.S. retrospective of master director Stanley Kubrick's prolific 45-year life and career in...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    photos by: Eujin Rhee
    02.11.13

  7. Furniture Design Series: The Kitchen Table
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    Furniture Design Series: The Kitchen Table

    Merriam-Webster defines a table as: A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface on which objects may be placed. We know the table can be so much more than...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    02.11.13

  8. Pouf! 6 Instant Extra Seating Ideas
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    Pouf! 6 Instant Extra Seating Ideas

    Not to be mistaken for its sister, the stool, poufs come completely covered in cloth with no visible legs. Click through the slideshow to find six purveyors of cushioned comfort fit for all.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.11.13

  9. Windows of New York by José Guízar
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    Windows of New York by José Guízar

    Graphic and information designer José Guízar, a New York transplant by way of Mexico, started The Windows of New York, a weekly illustrated series about, yes, the windows of New York. Part ode to...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.12.13

  10. Furniture Design Series: The Coffee Table
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    Furniture Design Series: The Coffee Table

    For the third installment in our table design series, (see the Dining Table series here and the Kitchen Table series here) we focus on the hardworking coffee table, center of everything from meals...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    02.14.13

  11. European Vacation
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    European Vacation

    We've been all over the world in our search for the best architecture and design, and we've reported on scores of fantastic cities along the way. From uncovering the surprising modern design in...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    02.14.13

  12. Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A.
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    Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A.

    In her work, Catherine Opie has consistently focused her lens on the subcultural phenomena and the castaways of Los Angeles—lonely, mansard-roofed Beverly Hills mansions, freeway underbellies, and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.15.13

  13. The Week in Review: 7 Great Reads You May Have Missed
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    The Week in Review: 7 Great Reads You May Have Missed

    As Friday winds down and we await the three day-weekend with bated breath, take a few moments to enjoy the best of Dwell.com from this week. Here are seven great stories you may have missed.

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    02.15.13

  14. Our Favorite Homes in Canada
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    Our Favorite Homes in Canada

    We've been rounding up our favorite homes region by region (check out our picks for New England) and today we turn our attention to our neighbors in the great white north. We frequently hop over...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    02.19.13

  15. Spin the Globe: 5 Design Events this Week
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    Spin the Globe: 5 Design Events this Week

    Post-Stockholm Furniture Fair blues? Fret not, Dwell has you covered with a fresh batch of artful events around the world. ...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.20.13

  16. 7 Slammin’ Scandinavian Interiors
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    7 Slammin’ Scandinavian Interiors

    There is something about the clean lines and pale wood of quintessential Scandinavian design that makes it so appealing. To bring the style into your own abode, check out some Northern interiors...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.20.13

  17. A+D Museum’s Never Built: Los Angeles Onstage at Dwell on Design
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    A+D Museum’s Never Built: Los Angeles Onstage at Dwell on Design

    From Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry, many noted architects have dreamed of a better plan for the architectural fabric of Los Angeles. For the first time, these lofty utopias, in the form of...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.25.13

  18. Modern, Whimsical Rocket by Designer Pat Kim
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    Modern, Whimsical Rocket by Designer Pat Kim

    Perhaps these modern, whimsical rockets ingeniously crafted by Brooklyn-based designer Pat Kim won't fly you to the moon, nor zip you past the stars, but they'll surely pep up any space.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.25.13

  19. Money Bowls by Industrial Designer Arthur Analts
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    Money Bowls by Industrial Designer Arthur Analts

    London-based Latvian industrial designer Arthur Analts debuted his latest project Money Bowls, at Clerkenwell Design Week 2012 in London.

    02.26.13

  20. Shop Talk: 10 New Pieces from Totokaelo Art—Object
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    Shop Talk: 10 New Pieces from Totokaelo Art—Object

    Seattle-based readers (and online shoppers with a passion for fashion) may be well aware of Totokaelo, the Capitol Hill-based purveyor of avant-garde design. Last June, founder Jill Wenger opened a...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    02.27.13

  21. Stone Cold Foxes
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    Stone Cold Foxes

    Concrete: Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier utilized the material to build the famous Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France. The historic Tower Bridge in London contains over 70,000 tons of it....

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.27.13

  22. Mirror Mirror
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    Mirror Mirror

    Since September 2012, Greek designer Panos Papanagiotou has been documenting angular architecture buildings and structures on his aptly-titled Tumblr, Mirrors. Via the iPhone, Papanagiotou shoots...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.28.13

  23. On a Wire
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    On a Wire

    Meet the Tilt, a multi-purpose, fold-out piece of furniture shaped like a cube and second prize winner at imm cologne 2013's [D³] Design Talents Contest. Conceived by German industrial designer...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.28.13

  24. Color-Pop Friday
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    Color-Pop Friday

    It's a Pantone world; we're just living in it. From its foundation as a printing company to the unified system with mass appeal that we know today, Pantone has streamlined the color selection...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    03.01.13

  25. Best Houses in Los Angeles
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    Best Houses in Los Angeles

    No other city in America has meant more to the development of modern residential design than Los Angeles. An adventurous population, a phalanx of great architects at mid-century and today, and a...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.04.13

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