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  1. A New Los Angeles Exhibition Celebrates Thomas Heatherwick
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    A New Los Angeles Exhibition Celebrates Thomas Heatherwick

    The renowned British designer’s creations take center stage in Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio, opening at the Hammer Museum on Friday, February 20.

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.17.15

  2. 5 Designers’ Own Homes
    Rooms We Love

    5 Designers’ Own Homes

    These sublime projects prove that industry professionals can do very well by their toughest clients: themselves.

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.18.15

  3. A New L.A. Exhibition Celebrates California Modernism
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    A New L.A. Exhibition Celebrates California Modernism

    Two artists working in different media—painting and silk screening—join forces at a gallery near downtown to focus on midcentury architecture and design. The show, “California Modernists,” opens...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.20.15

  4. Rethinking the Streets of Los Angeles
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    Rethinking the Streets of Los Angeles

    Joining us this May at Dwell on Design Los Angeles are two industry leaders—Elizabeth Timme and Seleta Reynolds—who are working with the community to redesign what mayor Eric Garcetti calls “our...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.23.15

  5. 6 Space-Savvy San Francisco Renovations
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    6 Space-Savvy San Francisco Renovations

    With an eclectic intermingling of skinny Victorians, gritty warehouses, earthquakes, and impossibly steep streets, San Franciscans have much to contend with when planning their built environment....

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.26.15

  6. 8 Great Designs from Vancouver
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    8 Great Designs from Vancouver

    Beautiful Vancouver, aka Hollywood North, has its own brand of modern cool. Here are 8 designs Dwell loves from the city.

    written by: Erika Heet
    01.21.14

  7. A New Los Angeles Exhibition Celebrates the Architectural Photography of Hélène Binet
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    A New Los Angeles Exhibition Celebrates the Architectural Photography of Hélène Binet

    The Swiss-French photographer—who shoots on film, a rarity in today’s digital world—receives the Julius Shulman Institute’s Excellence in Photography Award for her singular take on the works of Le...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.28.15

  8. MASHstudios Height-Adjustable Work Table
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    MASHstudios Height-Adjustable Work Table

    Bernard Brucha of Venice, California–based MASHstudios was inspired by 20th-century industrial design for the form of the height-adjustable work table, originally created as a custom piece for...

    written by: Erika Heet
    07.09.14

  9. 6 Clever Built-In Desks
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    6 Clever Built-In Desks

    Even the tiniest corner or the most awkward wall can become a workspace. May the following integrated desks from projects in our pages inspire you to carve out a quiet space of your own.

    written by: Erika Heet
    03.02.15

  10. 5 Hot Tubs We Love
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    5 Hot Tubs We Love

    We celebrate the magic of a good soak in nature with a look at our favorite hot tubs beneath the stars.

    written by: Erika Heet
    03.05.15

  11. Dwell Conversation at AetherSF
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    Dwell Conversation at AetherSF

    On January 23rd, at the Proxy in San Francisco, Dwell and Aether Apparel hosted the talk Prefab's Progress, the latest in our series of Dwell Conversations.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.24.13

  12. Past and Present
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    Past and Present

    Design*Sponge managing editor Amy Azzarito branches out with her first book, Past and Present. “I love learning about history through objects and design rather than remembering names and dates; it...

    written by: Christa Martin
    photos by: Ellen Silverman
    02.15.13

  13. Product Spotlight: Pyrolave Sinks
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    Product Spotlight: Pyrolave Sinks

    Global lava stone company Pyrolave recently debuted a new sink collection. These dramatic, circular sinks contrast with the angular lines typically found in the lavatory. The sinks are made from...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    01.28.13

  14. 10 Tips for Timeless Luxury
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    10 Tips for Timeless Luxury

    Alene Workman is an interior designer nationally recognized for her luxury residential and corporate interiors, a Fellow of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and a national...

    written by: Alene Workman
    02.04.13

  15. The ABC of Architects
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    The ABC of Architects

    Whether the signature work of star architects is your bread and butter, or you're a complete rookie in the realm of bold-faced design, you'll adore this quick, charming tour of the modern buildings...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.30.13

  16. The Art of the Statement Piece
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    The Art of the Statement Piece

    Whether housed inside a tightly packed apartment or an iconic mid-century abode, an interior space usually needs that special something to complete the room. In this round, we take a look at eight...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.04.13

  17. 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

  18. 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

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. 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

  22. 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

  23. 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

  24. 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

  25. 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

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