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  1. Small Spaces at Dwell on Design
    Dwell on Design

    Small Spaces at Dwell on Design

    Compact spaces have caused us to rethink the way we live. Most people will find at least one small space in their condo or home that requires the help of intelligent design. Keep an eye out for...

    written by: Sarah Amandolare
    05.22.14

  2. Small Spaces in Rural Places
    Houses We Love

    Small Spaces in Rural Places

    Living in a small space isn't restricted to city dwelling. Here are seven pint-size homes situated in far-reaching places.

    written by: Kate Santos
    11.14.13

  3. Small Spaces, Big Ideas at Dwell on Design NY
    Dwell on Design

    Small Spaces, Big Ideas at Dwell on Design NY

    Exploring innovative design solutions for making the most of limited space in dense urban settings at Dwell on Design NY.

    written by: William Lamb
    10.03.14

  4. Small Wonder
    House Tours

    Small Wonder

    On a quaint, tree-lined street in Berkeley, California, architect Sarah Deeds of Deeds Design and carpenter John McBride placed a 120-square-foot office/art studio near their main house, a...

    written by: Erika Heet
    01.05.11

  5. Small Wooden Box Home in Portland
    House Tours

    Small Wooden Box Home in Portland

    This pair of handy Portlanders doesn’t crave any more of Oregon’s territory than what’s taken up by their 704-square-foot home, hard-working garden, and smartly designed outdoor...

    written by: Amara Holstein
    photos by: John Clark
    10.17.11

  6. Small-Scale Architecture Around the World
    Books

    Small-Scale Architecture Around the World

    Philip Jodidio's new book visits innovative projects across the globe, investigating the ingenuity of small-scale design.

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    04.25.14

  7. Smaller in Texas
    House Tours

    Smaller in Texas

    Texas architect Jim Poteet helped Stacey Hill, who lives in a San Antonio artists’ community, wrangle an empty steel shipping container into a playhouse, a garden retreat and a guesthouse for...

    written by: Erika Heet
    photos by: Chris Cooper
    08.02.10

  8. Smart Designs for Small Kitchens
    Rooms We Love

    Smart Designs for Small Kitchens

    Get smaller and smarter with your home kitchen—you don't need a ton of square footage to cook a great meal. Take inspiration from these small spaces that sport petite kitchens that aren't at all...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    09.15.14

  9. Smart Detection System Prevents Home Water Damage
    Product Reviews

    Smart Detection System Prevents Home Water Damage

    Wi-Fi and Bluetooth continue to spread to every household item, with safety monitoring systems getting particular attention. Wally is among the first devices to use that connectivity for moisture...

    written by: Alexander George
    11.07.14

  10. Smart Kitchen Scale Is The New Food Journal
    Product Reviews

    Smart Kitchen Scale Is The New Food Journal

    If the glut of fitness trackers available on the market is any indication, measurements and numbers motivate people. That fact works well for activity and movement, which can be easily monitored...

    written by: Alexander George
    07.22.14

  11. Smart Live-Work Spaces
    Design 101

    Smart Live-Work Spaces

    Our current model of efficiency is the live-work space, and everyone deserves their own modern version. Hint: Keep it clean, clutter-free, and bright. Here are seven to inspire you to create your...

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.30.13

  12. Smart Solutions for Small Vacation Homes
    A Great Idea

    Smart Solutions for Small Vacation Homes

    It can be a challenge to achieve a feeling of coziness without making a space seem cluttered. But spatial restrictions sometimes produce the most creative solutions.

    written by: Dora Sapunar
    04.23.14

  13. Smart Sous-Vide Cooker
    Product Reviews

    Smart Sous-Vide Cooker

    Sous-vide (“under vacuum”) cooking means setting meat and vegetables inside a sealed bag and placing the whole thing in a container of temperature-controlled water. When done correctly, the result...

    written by: Alexander George
    07.17.14

  14. Smart Storage Solutions for the Modern Home
    A Great Idea

    Smart Storage Solutions for the Modern Home

    Here are nine residences from the Dwell archives that apply the philosophy of "less is more" by stealthily hiding unnecessary clutter and creating smart storage solutions for various rooms in the...

    written by: Jami Smith
    01.29.14

  15. Smart StudioDesk
    Product

    Smart StudioDesk

    I've been on an organizing kick recently (see my 'creative storage gift guide' here) and my online meanderings have led me to a slew of great products that seem to hold the promise of a better,...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    01.04.11

  16. Smart Toothbrush Tracks Your Brushing Habits
    Product Reviews

    Smart Toothbrush Tracks Your Brushing Habits

    For the people who use them regularly, fitness trackers give feedback that can be the difference between staying on the couch and getting up and going for a walk. It seems logical that the same...

    written by: Alexander George
    08.14.14

  17. Smarten Up Your Home in 2013
    Post

    Smarten Up Your Home in 2013

    They say that home is where the heart is. And now your home can have a brain as well. Sound futuristic? Thanks to advances in smart technology, your home can be greener, safer, more secure, and...

    written by: David Glenn
    04.09.13

  18. Smiljan Radic's Winning Design for Serpentine Pavilion
    Profiles

    Smiljan Radic's Winning Design for Serpentine Pavilion

    Underrated Chilean architect Smiljan Radic gets a commission that will put him on the world stage: the annual temporary pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery in London. Here are a few other notable...

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    03.19.14

  19. Smog-Cutting Concrete
    Post

    Smog-Cutting Concrete

    The new Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis includes two 30-foot-tall sculptures made of photocatalytic concrete. Though the squiggly sculptures are supposed to invoke the international symbol for...

    written by: David A. Greene
    10.11.08

  20. Smoked Mackerel on Toast
    Food

    Smoked Mackerel on Toast

    When Texas-born couple Hunter Hindman and Shelby Carr moved to Amsterdam an into a former artist studio, the kitchen was the natural starting point for the renovation as Shelby is an avid cook,...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    04.07.11

  21. Snaidero Universal Design Kitchens
    Product

    Snaidero Universal Design Kitchens

    Universal design doesn't need to be ugly--and, more so, shouldn't be. Done well, it's undifferentiated design for the whole population, for disabled and nondisabled people alike, as Graham Pullin,...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    02.10.10

  22. Snarkitecture Takes on Holiday Windows with Minimal Snowscape
    A Great Idea

    Snarkitecture Takes on Holiday Windows with Minimal Snowscape

    Taking a much more streamlined approach to holiday window decorations than many of its neighbors, Calvin Klein has adorned its Madison Avenue flagship with a modern landscape by Snarkitecture with...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.18.14

  23. Sneak Peek at LOT-EK's Pier 57
    House Tours

    Sneak Peek at LOT-EK's Pier 57

    If you're in New York City for ICFF this weekend, stop by the Diane Von Furstenberg shop in the Meatpacking District for a sneak peek at LOT-EK's cutting-edge design for the new Pier 57. As...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    05.13.11

  24. Sneak Peek of Neri & Hu's Home Concept for IMM Cologne 2015
    Travel Reports

    Sneak Peek of Neri & Hu's Home Concept for IMM Cologne 2015

    Every year at IMM Cologne, the Das Haus installation gives a designer free reign to re-conceptualize the home in a large-scale installation. This year, Shanghai-based architecture firm Neri & Hu,...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.24.14

  25. Sneak Peek: 'A World Apart'
    Post

    Sneak Peek: 'A World Apart'

    Our July/August 2012 issue, on newsstands now, turns the spotlight on designers' own homes across the globe. One of my favorite projects in the issue is Paula Leen and Kees Middendorp's home in the...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.28.12

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