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  1. Reading List: Demolished Paul Rudolph Homes
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    Reading List: Demolished Paul Rudolph Homes

    Photographer Chris Mottalini pays homage to Paul Rudolph's architectural legacy by documenting his almost-demolished homes—and reminding us what we can't get back.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    photos by: Chris Mottalini
    12.11.13

  2. Reading Time: Creative Books for Kids
    Books

    Reading Time: Creative Books for Kids

    From picture books for pint-size readers to more involved, didactic tomes that parents can read to their kids, break out these entertaining and educational volumes for more creative play.

    written by: Dan Maginn
    photos by: Peter Belanger
    09.27.13

  3. REBAR at Machine Gallery
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    REBAR at Machine Gallery

    REBAR, a collective of artists, designers, and activists based in San Francisco—masterminds of PARK(ing) Day LA—will be at Machine Project this Saturday.

    written by: Laure Joliet
    10.18.08

  4. Rebirth of the Cool
    Houses We Love

    Rebirth of the Cool

    The Sunshine State once yielded a bumper crop of modernist homes that—as this remodel proves—are still worth savoring.

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    07.22.11

  5. Rebuilding Haiti
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    Rebuilding Haiti

    In the days since the earthquake in Haiti, numerous aid groups have opened up channels for contributions small and large to assist in the immediate needs of survivors in and around Port-au-Prince....

    written by: Sarah Rich
    01.14.10

  6. Rebuilding in a Post-Katrina World with Sherry-Lea Botop
    Dwell on Design

    Rebuilding in a Post-Katrina World with Sherry-Lea Botop

    New Orleans native Sherry-Lea Botop found herself in a unique position in 2005: The non-profit activist was, like many of her community members, housed in a shelter with her family while Hurricane...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    05.14.13

  7. Rebuilt This CIty!
    Profiles

    Rebuilt This CIty!

    The tiny staff at the San Francisco affiliate of Rebuilding Together coordinates and works on the rehabilitation of more than 20 homes and roughly the same number of nonprofit facilities on one...

    written by: Christopher Bright
    02.25.09

  8. Reburbia Design Competition
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    Reburbia Design Competition

    With the current housing crisis, the sub-prime mortgage meltdown, and rising energy costs, the future of suburbia looks bleak. That's why Dwell and Inhabitat are throwing down the gauntlet: Help us...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    07.08.09

  9. Reburbia Voting Begins Today!
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    Reburbia Voting Begins Today!

    The time has come! Online voting for the best of the Reburbia competition finalists begins today. During the month of July we collected hundreds of submissions from dozens of countries proposing...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.10.09

  10. Reburbia Winners Announced!
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    Reburbia Winners Announced!

    We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2009 Reburbia Competition, sponsored jointly by Dwell and Inhabitat. The competition challenged architects, designers and concerned citizens to come...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.19.09

  11. Recap: 3D Printing Demo by Cubify
    Dwell on Design

    Recap: 3D Printing Demo by Cubify

    At Dwell on Design, 3D printing expert Scott Turner demonstrated how rapid prototyping technology is moving from heavy industry into the home.

    written by: Diana Budds
    06.26.13

  12. Recent Additions to the Dwell Store
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    Recent Additions to the Dwell Store

    If 2014 is the year you resolve to reinvent your home, consider these handsome design pieces, all recent additions to the Dwell store.

    written by: Diana Budds
    01.03.14

  13. Recent Dwell Snapshots on Instagram
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    Recent Dwell Snapshots on Instagram

    Follow Dwell on Instagram for a behind-the-scenes look at photo shoots, sneak peeks of upcoming issues, and a glimpse of our travels around the globe. Here we share five recent snapshots. Read the...

    written by: Diana Budds
    07.11.13

  14. Recipe: Eric Ripert's Cod Basquaise
    Food

    Recipe: Eric Ripert's Cod Basquaise

    For our March Interiors issue, we had the rare chance to see what the private kitchen of a top chef looks like. Eric Ripert invited us into his New York City apartment to see the new efficiency...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    01.22.13

  15. Reclaim NYC: Design Auction for Sandy Relief
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    Reclaim NYC: Design Auction for Sandy Relief

    Reclaim NYC was formed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy by designer Brad Ascalon, writer Jennifer K. Gorsche, and Design Pages editor-in-chief Jean Lin. The three reached out to the design community...

    written by: Sara Carpenter
    12.13.12

  16. Reclaimed Bowling Lane Furniture
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    Reclaimed Bowling Lane Furniture

    In bowling, "striking out" means throwing three strikes in the tenth and final frame of a game. In 2007, "striking out," for television producer and musician Jim Malone, meant...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    05.28.09

  17. Record Revival
    Product

    Record Revival

    As far as we know, MP3s might be the end-all musical medium. Comforting to know, yes (no more Discmans). But it leaves us feeling a little static. Where’s the fun in MP3 files? Electronic...

    written by: Kelly Cooper
    08.26.11

  18. Recycled Paper Lights
    A Great Idea

    Recycled Paper Lights

    I recently came across the work of Pia Wüstenberg, a German-born designer whose recent obsession is transforming piles of waste paper (posters, magazines) into striking pendant lights and...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.20.11

  19. Recycled Tube Light by Castor
    Product Reviews

    Recycled Tube Light by Castor

    The Recycled Tube Light by Canadian design studio Castor is a great example of upcycling done right. Using recycled materials—burnt-out fluorescent tube lights—in an unexpected, innovative way, it...

    written by: Johanna Björk
    05.29.13

  20. Recycling the Unrecyclable
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    Recycling the Unrecyclable

    It is nearly impossible to talk about materials today without invoking a full-fledged powwow about life cycle analysis, carbon footprints, and potential upcycling. Especially in the building...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    11.30.09

  21. Red Accents For the Modern Home
    A Great Idea

    Red Accents For the Modern Home

    From a scarlet hanging light fixture to a crimson vintage Moroccan rag rug, we take another glance at nine modern residences that incorporate the brilliant color into their home. For more colorful...

    written by: Jami Smith
    02.03.14

  22. Red Hook Is for Bicycle Lovers
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    Red Hook Is for Bicycle Lovers

    The winner and finalists of the Red Hook Bicycle Master Plan Competition—the Forum for Urban Design's competition to re-imagine Red Hook, Brooklyn, as "the most bicycle friendly...

    written by: David A. Greene
    11.19.08

  23. Red, White, and Blue: 5 Patriotic Products
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    Red, White, and Blue: 5 Patriotic Products

    Red, white, and blue are staples in the modern color palette, and the Fourth of July is the perfect time to display them all together.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    06.18.13

  24. Red, Wood, and Blue
    House Tours

    Red, Wood, and Blue

    An entreprenurial pair of Belgian brothers land in one of Texas's few bohemian oases, become property owners, and find that sharing a house in adulthood isn't half bad.

    written by: Sam Martin
    10.23.09

  25. Redesign Your Farmers' Market
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    Redesign Your Farmers' Market

    Now that you have all submitted your designs for the Reburbia competition and cast your vote for the Readers' Choice Award, you can turn direct your creative energy toward a new project. On Monday,...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.12.09

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