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  1. Shine On
    Post

    Shine On

    From a witty golden keychain to a sleek, reimagined classic steel coffee pot, prepare to get distracted by these eight seriously shiny products.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.07.13

  2. Friday Finds 10.8.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 10.8.2010

    Spend your Friday afternoon meandering through a perfectly curated list of web picks from our beloved editors.

    written by: Fida Sleiman
    10.08.10

  3. Modern Bite
    Food

    Modern Bite

    Modern graphics have been applied left, right, and center—to posters, textiles, t-shirts, and more—but at a new business in Los Angeles (with an architect as a cofounder) has affixed...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    09.13.11

  4. The First IPA-Specific Beer Glass
    Post

    The First IPA-Specific Beer Glass

    One of the oldest glassmakers of the world, Amberg, Germany-based Spiegelau will be releasing the first IPA-specific beer glass April 2013. A collaboration between Spiegelau, Dogfish Head, and...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.07.13

  5. Mini Apartments and Next-Wave Prefab, Part 3
    Renovation

    Mini Apartments and Next-Wave Prefab, Part 3

    This blog series profiles a new prefab development in San Francisco's SOMA neighborhood—a LEED Platinum-targeted building containing 23 "micro-studios." Built in a California factory in a...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.24.12

  6. Dwell Conversations: Prefab's Progress
    Event Spotlight

    Dwell Conversations: Prefab's Progress

    In our Dec/Jan 2013 Prefab issue, we visited two Bay Area prefab homes built on unconventional sites, discovering along the way that you don't need a crane or a fortune to make prefab work for you....

    written by: Dwell Staff
    12.28.12

  7. A Sustainable Educational Center for the Boy Scouts of America
    Finishing Touch

    A Sustainable Educational Center for the Boy Scouts of America

    The Boy Scouts of America builds a sustainable tree house in West Virginia.

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Joe Fletcher
    11.18.13

  8. A Look Back at Habitat '67 with Moshe Safdie
    Context

    A Look Back at Habitat '67 with Moshe Safdie

    The architect looks back at Habitat ’67 and shares his thoughts on the future of prefabrication.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    12.30.12

  9. Design Miami and Art.sy: Partners in Design
    Event Spotlight

    Design Miami and Art.sy: Partners in Design

    It’s that time of year again, and we don’t mean mistletoe and merriment. We’re referring to Design Miami, the annual fair that gathers together a global network of influential...

    written by: Kim Derby
    12.06.12

  10. Q&A: industrial designer Konstantin Grcic
    Post

    Q&A: industrial designer Konstantin Grcic

    The German designer talks about the futuristic visions in his Vitra exhibition and the thrill of making irritating furniture.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    04.20.14

  11. Invincible Cities
    Post

    Invincible Cities

    The exhibition "Harlem 1970-2009: Photographs by Camilo José Vergara," opens at the New-York Historical Society on April 30, but you can see Vergara's photos anytime at his "...

    written by: David A. Greene
    04.27.09

  12. Music for the Modern World
    Green

    Music for the Modern World

    We are always interested in people who are doing things never-before-done and pushing the boundaries of sustainability and innovation. Blackbird Guitars, a small San-Francisco based maker, has been...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    11.21.13

  13. Berber Ragtime
    Product

    Berber Ragtime

    While on a trip to Marrakech late last year, Fort Street Studio owners Brad Davis and Janis Provisor came across a cache of boucherouite rugs made by Berber women most likely between the 1950s and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    04.01.11

  14. Collection Reform
    Design 101

    Collection Reform

    Regional and world-class museums alike must daily contend with the same pedestrian woe: How can we show all this art? Limited by space, most museums manage to show only a tiny fraction of what they...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.30.10

  15. Romancing the Stone
    House Tours

    Romancing the Stone

    From the warm tone of travertine to the pitch black of Indian granite to the industrial edge of gabions, natural stone products lend a lot to the tactility and mood of a structure.

    written by: Diana Budds
    10.19.12

  16. 5 Product Picks for Party Snacks
    Product Reviews

    5 Product Picks for Party Snacks

    Take it cheesy with these five serving pieces perfect for everyone’s favorite snack.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    06.19.13

  17. Building Green in Albany
    Travel Reports

    Building Green in Albany

    This year, Build it Green celebrates the completion of its 10,000th GreenPoint rated home. Through the Greenpoint system, Build it Green awards points for energy efficiency, resource conservation,...

    written by: Diana Budds
    11.09.11

  18. Q&A With American Dream Builders Finalist Lukas Machnik
    Profiles

    Q&A With American Dream Builders Finalist Lukas Machnik

    Over the past 10 weeks on NBC’s new series American Dream Builders, host Nate Berkus has led us through inspiring interior design makeovers, meant to help a family in need. (Read Berkus's...

    written by: Alexandra Polier
    05.22.14

  19. A Garage Converted Modern Playroom
    Outdoor

    A Garage Converted Modern Playroom

    It could have been a Sheetrock box, but as the house’s most frequently used point of entry, it deserved the same architectural respect.

    written by: Deborah Bishop
    02.04.09

  20. Dwell's 8 Favorite Playrooms
    Rooms We Love

    Dwell's 8 Favorite Playrooms

    In these kid-friendly rooms, design is more than mere child's play.

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    02.28.14

  21. Friday Finds 9.02.11
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 9.02.11

    To usher in the long weekend ahead, click through our weekly round up of finds from the web. On deck: the world's shortest train, photorealist paintings, and a music video flashback to the 1980s.

    written by: Diana Budds
    09.02.11

  22. Where Pigs Fly
    Outdoor

    Where Pigs Fly

    Those looking for a more down-to-earth option might consider wallowing in a pigsty, which is essentially what designer Amir Sanei constructed for his two sons.

    written by: James Nestor
    02.05.09

  23. Boston Translation
    Green

    Boston Translation

    Boston's rich history is potently infused into its dense, bustling neighborhoods, where the same brick walls that once contained cobbler shops now house Internet startups. The adaptive reuse of...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    photos by: Jason Lee
    03.16.09

  24. International Style
    Post

    International Style

    Our intrepid writers and editors have crossed oceans, traversed rugged terrain, and trekked around the globe in search of design-forward homes. The May 2013 Global Style issue hits newsstands April...

    written by: Diana Budds
    04.03.13

  25. Design for Humankind
    Interviews

    Design for Humankind

    Architect and healthcare design visionary Michael Graves shares his thoughts on how paralysis has affected his approach and practice.

    04.13.12

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