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  1. Vibrating Sound Architecture Arrives in Downtown New York
    Event Spotlight

    Vibrating Sound Architecture Arrives in Downtown New York

    What's vibrating, neon pink, and stuffed in a storefront gallery in New York City's Nolita neighborhood? A sound-based installation by innovative studio THEVERYMANY at Storefront for Art and...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.17.14

  2. Austere: Scandinavian Super Store Comes to New York
    Dwell on Design

    Austere: Scandinavian Super Store Comes to New York

    Austere, a concept store touting Scandinavian design at every scale, opened in 2014 in Los Angeles. Now founder Fredrik Carlström brings his ideas and Nordic know-how to the Northeast—debuting with...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    09.22.14

  3. Dwell Guide to Los Angeles Design
    City Guide

    Dwell Guide to Los Angeles Design

    Dwell—which maintains two primary offices in San Francisco and New York—considers Los Angeles, host to our annual Dwell on Design show, as its third home. In homage, we've put together a local...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.20.14

  4. Stainless Steel Teapot Gives Fancy Coffee a Run for its Money
    Product

    Stainless Steel Teapot Gives Fancy Coffee a Run for its Money

    Joey Roth, the designer behind Dwell's favorite ceramic speakers, spent four years designing the perfect teapot. How does it hold up?

    written by: Alexander George
    10.20.14

  5. Vintage, Concrete, and Color in a Palo Alto Home with See-Through Pool Wall
    House Tours

    Vintage, Concrete, and Color in a Palo Alto Home with See-Through Pool Wall

    For a couple with different aesthetic and cultural backgrounds, creating a home that suited them both involved a steep learning curve. But as luck would have it, their architects are also teachers.

    written by: Zahid Sardar
    photos by: Ian Allen
    10.21.14

  6. Ingenious New Building Method Replaces Concrete Block with Rammed Earth
    Green

    Ingenious New Building Method Replaces Concrete Block with Rammed Earth

    A new spin on rammed-earth construction aims to bring the method to the masses.

    written by: Zahid Sardar
    photos by: Ian Allen
    10.20.14

  7. Pitched-Roof Family Home on an Amsterdam Canal
    House Tours

    Pitched-Roof Family Home on an Amsterdam Canal

    A family’s house outside the hustle of Amsterdam makes the most of local materials and forms.

    written by: Jane Szita
    photos by: Tim Van de Velde
    10.23.14

  8. Sheila Hicks's Sunbrella Color Riot in Paris
    Profiles

    Sheila Hicks's Sunbrella Color Riot in Paris

    Sheila Hicks creates textile art ranging from minuscule to monumental, and has made her name subverting craft techniques into a unique modern vision.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.07.14

  9. Ceramics Artist to Know: Matthias Kaiser
    Profiles

    Ceramics Artist to Know: Matthias Kaiser

    Vienna-based potter Matthias Kaiser blends Japanese ceramics technique with quirky modernism.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.23.14

  10. Painting the Modern World: Color-Saturated Design and Architecture
    A Great Idea

    Painting the Modern World: Color-Saturated Design and Architecture

    We dive into the wonderful world of color in Dwell's October 2014 issue, delving into how designers, architects, artists, hotels, companies, and educators saturate their surroundings.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.25.14

  11. Get the Look: Wood Bathrooms
    Rooms We Love

    Get the Look: Wood Bathrooms

    Though hard, nonporous surfaces like glass, steel, and tile typically come to mind in bathroom design, marine-grade wood can be a smart choice to warm up a bathing space.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.27.14

  12. This Floating Pool for the East River Is Closer to Reality Than You Think
    A Great Idea

    This Floating Pool for the East River Is Closer to Reality Than You Think

    A motivated group of young architects is working toward constructing a massive floating pool for the New York City public.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.29.14

  13. Roman and Williams Bring the Badlands to New York City Restaurant Scene
    Interviews

    Roman and Williams Bring the Badlands to New York City Restaurant Scene

    The duo behind renowned New York City studio Roman and Williams give Dwell a first look at the interior they designed for Upland, a new restaurant from Chef Justin Smillie and acclaimed...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.30.14

  14. Cheap and Clean Hanging Storage Tactic: Pegboard
    A Great Idea

    Cheap and Clean Hanging Storage Tactic: Pegboard

    Pegboards are the Pinterest-proved interior organization tool du jour: cheap, easy to mount, and far more interesting than a plain white wall. Here are six ways to work with pegboard.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.31.14

  15. 10 Inspiring Wallpapers for the Modern Home
    Product

    10 Inspiring Wallpapers for the Modern Home

    From tips on how to buy wallcoverings to our new favorite patterns, we're obsessed with wallpaper. Look to these ten homes for tips on how to employ the move.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.04.14

  16. You Won't Believe This Historic Penthouse Transformation in Rome
    Renovation

    You Won't Believe This Historic Penthouse Transformation in Rome

    SCAPE employed computer-aided modeling and custom millwork to reinvigorate an apartment in an Art Deco building in Rome, Italy.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.05.14

  17. Break Out of a Shell Chair Rut with Muuto's Wood Eco-Fiber Version
    Product

    Break Out of a Shell Chair Rut with Muuto's Wood Eco-Fiber Version

    Talking to designers Iskos—Berlin about their revolutionary eco-friendly composite used for Muuto's new Eames-inspired Fiber Chair.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.06.14

  18. 8 Tips for Maximizing Bookshelf Space
    Rooms We Love

    8 Tips for Maximizing Bookshelf Space

    While we love a proper library, well-placed shelving can turn piles of books into an instant reading nook.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.10.14

  19. Imaginary Artist Houses (And Their Dwell Counterparts)
    We Recommend

    Imaginary Artist Houses (And Their Dwell Counterparts)

    Federico Babina's Archist City imagines what artist's own houses might look like—and while the resulting architecture is only imaginary, we've rounded up a few Dwell homes that fit the bill.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    03.21.14

  20. Inside the Ford Foundation with Sheila Hicks
    Renovation

    Inside the Ford Foundation with Sheila Hicks

    Textile artist Sheila Hicks returns to New York City's Ford Foundation to replace a series of sublimely modernist wall hangings.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.08.14

  21. Taste of What to See at the 2014 London Design Festival
    City Guide

    Taste of What to See at the 2014 London Design Festival

    Each fall, editors and designers flock to the British capital to see the latest and greatest furniture, architecture, and design showcased at the London Design Festival. For 2014, we sent...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.02.14

  22. Universally Easy Bathroom Accessories Ideal for Renovators of All Ages
    Product

    Universally Easy Bathroom Accessories Ideal for Renovators of All Ages

    Sabi's irresistibly cute accessories line kits out a bathroom with universal ease.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.12.14

  23. Brazilian-Influenced Organic Modern Bathtub for Italian Company Agape
    Product

    Brazilian-Influenced Organic Modern Bathtub for Italian Company Agape

    Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan gets in the product design game with a curvy, organic bathtub for Italian brand Agape.

    written by: Diana Budds
    11.13.14

  24. Buy a Piece of Ettore Sottsass Apartment at Christie's
    Event Spotlight

    Buy a Piece of Ettore Sottsass Apartment at Christie's

    This week in New York City, a chance to ogle pieces from Italian designer and Memphis maestro Ettore Sottsass's personal collection, including early prototypes that predate his most influential...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.18.13

  25. Eye-Popping Jewelry Designed by Postmodern Architects
    Rewind

    Eye-Popping Jewelry Designed by Postmodern Architects

    Peter Eisenman, Hans Hollein, and Robert Venturi join Ettore Sottsass and more in Rizzoli's 1980s paean to postmodern jewelry design.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    11.14.14

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