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  1. This Device Helps You Find Your Missing Keys
    Product Reviews

    This Device Helps You Find Your Missing Keys

    Shrinking circuits and displays means devices are easier to lose in couches and cars. When having a friend call your missing phone doesn’t work, you can use Tiles, matchbook-sized transponders that...

    written by: Alexander George
    07.07.14

  2. This Just In at the Dwell Store: Classic British Lighting
    Product Reviews

    This Just In at the Dwell Store: Classic British Lighting

    Anglepoise is an iconic British brand that had its start in 1931, when automotive engineer George Carwadine had the opportunity to create a task lamp using his innovative balancing technique that...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    05.12.14

  3. This Just in at the Dwell Store: Jansen+co
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    This Just in at the Dwell Store: Jansen+co

    Jansen+co creates simple and elegant tabletop items that are defined by their bold color combinations and clean silhouettes. Meant to mix and match, the tabletop collection is both eclectic and...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    03.22.14

  4. This Land is Aurland
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    This Land is Aurland

    Norway’s Sognefjord is the longest in the world, stretching some 200 kilometers into the country from the North Atlantic. And though I’ve spent the last couple days darting about the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.18.08

  5. This Place Matters
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    This Place Matters

    May is National Preservation Month at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and to celebrate, they've rolled out a new online project called "This Place Matters." The idea is to...

    written by: David A. Greene
    04.18.09

  6. This Way, Gentlemen
    Product

    This Way, Gentlemen

    A killer bachelor pad in Hollywood, the manliest chair of the 20th century, and expert advice from a king of interiors: This is our guide to the best in masculine design. Men, you now have no...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Justin Fantl
    06.30.12

  7. This Weekend: 11.19-11.22
    Week in Review

    This Weekend: 11.19-11.22

    This week we're highlighting a slew of show openings around the world and in the United States focusing on big-name designers and big-name ideas.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.20.09

  8. This Weekend: 11.26-11.29
    Week in Review

    This Weekend: 11.26-11.29

    Whereas last weekend was one of openings, this weekend is one for catching shows before they close.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.27.09

  9. This Weekend: 12.03-12.06
    Week in Review

    This Weekend: 12.03-12.06

    This weekend features a whole host of openings and closings across the United States, from the first days of Detour: Architcture and Design Along 18 National Tourist Routes in Norway to the last of...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.03.09

  10. This Weekend: 12.10-12.13
    Week in Review

    This Weekend: 12.10-12.13

    This weekend sees the closing of a number of exhibitions around the world. Though they're on their way out, these shows, like Arch Schools: Visions of the Future and Nordhavn: The Sustainable City...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.10.09

  11. This Weekend: 12.17-12.20
    Week in Review

    This Weekend: 12.17-12.20

    Though this is the time of year when many people spend the weekends bustling around finishing their Christmas shopping, it's a good time to take a break and warm up with a stroll inside a museum-...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.17.09

  12. Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening
    Event Spotlight

    Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening

    The opening exhibition of Thomas Hayes Gallery in Hollywood embodies the showroom’s renewed focus on art, with works by artists representing an array of generations, backgrounds, mediums and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    04.18.10

  13. Thomas Phifer: Light on the Subject
    Profiles

    Thomas Phifer: Light on the Subject

    Don’t be fooled by his mellow, self-effacing demeanor: Architect Thomas Phifer is a master of his craft, designing daylit, minimalist buildings that meld the ideals of classic modernism with...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    photos by: Mark Mahaney
    02.09.11

  14. Thread Wrapping Machine by Anton Alvarez
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    Thread Wrapping Machine by Anton Alvarez

    The Thread Wrapping Machine by Swedish-Chilean designer Anton Alvarez is a tool to join different types of material with only a glue-coated thread to bond it. No screws or nails are used to join...

    04.08.13

  15. Three Buildings: Andrew Maynard
    Three Buildings

    Three Buildings: Andrew Maynard

    One of our favorite architects Down Under is the Melbourne-based, but Tasmania-bred, Andrew Maynard. He showed us around Melbourne for our June 2011 Detour and now he's weighing in with the three...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    06.06.12

  16. Three Buildings: Emilio Fuscaldo
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    Three Buildings: Emilio Fuscaldo

    Emilio Fuscaldo is one of our favorite Australian architects—check out this awesome modern renovation in Fitzroy—so it seemed only natural to ask the founder of Nest Architects which buildings most...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.24.13

  17. Three Buildings: Noah Walker
    Three Buildings

    Three Buildings: Noah Walker

    We published architect Noah Walker's first project—a handsome renovation of a Hollywood bugalow—this summer, but checked back in to see which three buidlings most inspired him. They...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    10.17.12

  18. Three Days in Austin, Texas
    Travel Reports

    Three Days in Austin, Texas

    Last week I flew down to Austin, Texas, to report two stories for our upcoming modern-across-America-themed issue (stay tuned!). I met with several architects, enjoyed coffee at the home of a soon...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Miyoko Ohtake
    05.10.11

  19. Three Great House Blogs
    Renovation

    Three Great House Blogs

    People blog about just about everything, so why not the massive undertaking of building your house? More and more, we're coming across great chronicles of how a prefab comes together or a...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.24.11

  20. Three Questions for Christiane Högner
    Interviews

    Three Questions for Christiane Högner

    One of my favorite feature stories of all time is in the February 2011 issue of Dwell. It's about the Brussels–based furniture designer Christiane Högner who makes all manner of smart,...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.13.11

  21. Three Questions for Tom Moser
    Interviews

    Three Questions for Tom Moser

    This morning I spoke with Tom Moser, the man who founded the Auburn, Maine, furniture and woodworking firm Thos. Moser, about the reissue of his 1977 book, How to Build Shaker Furniture. We...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.15.11

  22. Three Starchitects for the Price of One at the Leeum
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    Three Starchitects for the Price of One at the Leeum

    The rather poorly named Leeum Samsung Museum of Art (an unfortunate collision of “Lee”, surname of the Samsung family who founded the place, and the last half of “museum”)...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    11.04.08

  23. Three Top Designs by Chad Wright
    Product Reviews

    Three Top Designs by Chad Wright

    We loved San Francisco designer Chad Wright when we first spotted his Attic birdhouses and plunked them into our April issue. Now, we check in with his three top designs before Wright heads off to...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    03.04.13

  24. Thriving Micro-Living Model
    House Tours

    Thriving Micro-Living Model

    A professor takes the first step toward creating a new model for micro-living in San Diego.

    written by: Erika Heet
    photos by: Ye Rin Mok
    07.22.14

  25. Through House in Toronto, Canada
    House Tours

    Through House in Toronto, Canada

    A house from the 1880s that's narrow, small, and in terrible shape: is this the place for a great modern interior? In the hands of Toronto architect Heather Dubbeldam, it turned out to be exactly...

    written by: Alex Bozikovic
    photos by: Bob Gundu
    04.25.13

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