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  1. Patrick Jouin: Design and Gesture
    Event Spotlight

    Patrick Jouin: Design and Gesture

    Earlier week, Patrick Jouin: Design and Gestures opened at the Museum of Art and Design in New York. The show, on display through February 6, 2011, marks the French designer's American museum debut...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.11.10

  2. How To

    Pattern

    Notkin, who started her career making costume jewelry, has a knack for romantically contrasting hues and textures. In fact, her favorite part of the creative process comes before anything is made...

    01.01.09

  3. Pattern Making at GM's Technical Center
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    Pattern Making at GM's Technical Center

    The Rewind in our July/August 2014 issue examines the Eero Saarinen–designed Styling Dome at GM's Warren, Michigan, Technical Center. On our tour of the campus, we had the rare opportunity to for a...

    written by: Diana Budds
    06.10.14

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    Pattern Recognition in Review

    Pattern Recognition is the debut monograph from New York based architecture practice Leven Betts. Not to be confused with the William Gibson novel of the same name, this Pattern Recognition opens...

    02.18.09

  5. Paul Donald
    Profiles

    Paul Donald

    When we peruse the carefully curated products in a great design shop, one of the most intriguing discoveries—more than any one particular object or accessory—is the entrepreneur behind...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    04.27.09

  6. Paul Goldberger at AIA SF
    Travel Reports

    Paul Goldberger at AIA SF

    Last week I had lunch at the AIA San Francisco to hear New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger discuss his new book Why Architecture Matters. I've read a bit of the book and liked it very...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    06.21.10

  7. Paul Petrunia of Archinect
    Interviews

    Paul Petrunia of Archinect

    Paul Petrunia founded the website Archinect in 1997, using news, forums, and original features to connect the architecture world online. With 30,000 registered members and 1.4 million unique...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    10.22.09

  8. Paul Rudolph: NYC Expressway
    Event Spotlight

    Paul Rudolph: NYC Expressway

    One of New York's last large-scale urban planning initiatives, the Lower Manhattan Expressway, never came to pass. The massive transit system would have irevocably altered the face of New York City...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.26.10

  9. Paul Smith on Architecture
    Books

    Paul Smith on Architecture

    Fashion icon, branding expert, and all around English design maven Paul Smith is the subject of the new book Paul Smith A to Z, a collection of his musings on a vast array of topics. Interviewed by...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.29.12

  10. Pauline Deltour
    In The Modern World

    Pauline Deltour

    As haute apprenticeships go, few have fared better than the French designer Pauline Deltour. After studying at the tony École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, she spent the late...

    04.22.13

  11. Pauline Deltour's Geometric Accessories for Puiforcat
    We Recommend

    Pauline Deltour's Geometric Accessories for Puiforcat

    At Maison&Objet, French silversmith Puiforcat debuted a line designed by Pauline Deltour called Argent de Poche. Meaning “pocket money” in French, the concept of the line was to include objects you...

    written by: Diana Budds
    02.07.14

  12. Pavilion Ponderings, Thanks to SANAA
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    Pavilion Ponderings, Thanks to SANAA

    On Sunday, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA revealed their Serpentine Pavilion. A three-month guest to the Kensington Gardens, this year's pavilion is the ninth commissioned by the...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    07.14.09

  13. Pavilions and Installations at Dwell on Design 2014
    Dwell on Design

    Pavilions and Installations at Dwell on Design 2014

    On the show floor at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, Dwell-curated pavilions, design schools, and museums displayed exciting new work. Click through the slideshow for the highlights.

    written by: Sarah Amandolare
    06.21.14

  14. Peaking Lights: The Wobbelhead Lamp
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    Peaking Lights: The Wobbelhead Lamp

    A lamp prototype from Norway adds distinct personality to lighting design.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    05.13.14

  15. PEC-MAT
    Design 101

    PEC-MAT

    As more and more Americans are quickly discovering, the land beneath our feet is not quite as solid as we thought. Houses slip down hillsides, trees float down rivers, and whole cities disappear...

    written by: Amara Holstein
    photos by: Hunter Freeman
    01.31.09

  16. Pedaling in Paris
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    Pedaling in Paris

    More than ever before, the streets of Paris are filled with bicycles. A city sponsored program was started up a little over a year ago that made 10,000 bikes available all over the city for hourly...

    written by: Laure Joliet
    09.24.08

  17. Pedigree Charted
    My House

    Pedigree Charted

    With an extended family apt to drop by at a moment’s notice, lifelong modernist Hannah Ferguson has a new home that’s all about heritage.

    written by: David Hay
    photos by: Amanda Prior
    06.17.09

  18. Pedro E. Guerrero
    Interviews

    Pedro E. Guerrero

    In 1939, Frank Lloyd Wright hired 22-year-old Pedro Guerrero to be Taliesin West’s resident photographer, the start of a collaborative bond that would last until Wright’s death in 1959....

    03.16.10

  19. Pee Green
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    Pee Green

    In our June 2009 issue, we'll be running a concept feature that turns the taboo topic of toilets into a fascinating exploration of design solutions for addressing global sanitation and water crises...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    04.18.09

  20. Pendleton's Park Blankets
    Product

    Pendleton's Park Blankets

    National parks blankets made in Oregon by Pendleton Woolen Mills. Taken as a group, all the Pendleton products have a rather rustic effect, but individually we could see them fitting well into a...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    05.03.11

  21. Pendleton's Yakima Blanket with Carrier
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    Pendleton's Yakima Blanket with Carrier

    Camping, picnics, hell, your hardwood floor. Any and all would be improved by the vaguely Southwestern geometry of Pendleton Mills' Yakima Camp Blanket.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    02.18.09

  22. Penguin Postcards
    Product

    Penguin Postcards

    Fie on all your letter-pressed stationary cuteness, your silly squirrels and schooners! Save on postage! Send a postcard! Better still, send one emblazoned with a classic book jacket from the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.09.10

  23. People in Glass Houses: The Legacy of Joseph Eichler
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    People in Glass Houses: The Legacy of Joseph Eichler

    Procurers of these 20th-century inside-outside, flat-roofed dwellings are referred to as Eichler-holics who won’t live anywhere else. Realtor-turned-filmmaker Monique Lombardelli brings their...

    written by: Luanne Bradley
    photos by: Kyle Chesser
    01.24.13

  24. Perfect Pair of 2011 Calendars
    Product

    Perfect Pair of 2011 Calendars

    I just tore the November page off my 365 Typography Calendar and though I've got all of December until I'll need a new one, I thought I'd point out a pair of excellent 2011 calendars. As...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.02.10

  25. Perillo Chair
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    Perillo Chair

    German designer Martin Ballendat’s Perillo lounge chair for Zuco won the people’s choice award at the Orgatec trade show in October and has earned our nod of approval, too. The...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.08.08

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