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  1. Acclaimed Architect Michael Graves Celebrates Firm's 50th Anniversary
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    Acclaimed Architect Michael Graves Celebrates Firm's 50th Anniversary

    A survey of greatest hits from the renowned architect's 50-year career.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.21.14

  2. Celebrating Scandinavian Cuisine in Los Angeles
    Food

    Celebrating Scandinavian Cuisine in Los Angeles

    The pop-up Nordic Food Festival includes three exclusive tastings.

    written by: Erika Heet
    10.20.14

  3. 3M's Iridescent Dichroic Film
    A Great Idea

    3M's Iridescent Dichroic Film

    The blue morpho butterfly’s wings are covered with layers of microscopic scales set at slightly different angles, so that when light hits the insect, its wings appear to change color along a...

    written by: Diana Budds
    10.20.14

  4. 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

  5. Travel Pick: The Dean Hotel in Providence
    Hotels

    Travel Pick: The Dean Hotel in Providence

    In Providence, Rhode Island, Ari Heckman and his design firm ASH NYC transform a century-old structure with a storied past into a boutique hotel that pays homage to its roots. With affordable rates...

    written by: Diana Budds
    10.20.14

  6. 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

  7. 7 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home
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    7 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

    The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the average American family of four using 400 gallons of water each day—which means it's time to investigate ways to reduce your home's water...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    10.20.14

  8. The New Language of Latin American Design
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    The New Language of Latin American Design

    An exhibition showcases the experimental edge of the region's design culture.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    10.20.14

  9. Home Share Lets You Stay in Gorgeous Designer Homes
    House Tours

    Home Share Lets You Stay in Gorgeous Designer Homes

    The brainchild of two Spanish graphic designers and travelers, Behomm offers an invite-only, curated home swap for the design community. The site lets designers and artists see and stay in over 1...

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    10.18.14

  10. 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

  11. Does Smart Automation Redeem a Sprinkler System?
    Product Reviews

    Does Smart Automation Redeem a Sprinkler System?

    Sprinkler systems are just now catching up to the rest of the world’s connected devices, and with a reputation for wasting water resources, it's a tool that lends itself well to monitored...

    written by: Alexander George
    10.17.14

  12. A Vision for Queens' Version of the High Line
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    A Vision for Queens' Version of the High Line

    The QueensWay would turn an abandoned stretch of Long Island Railroad track into the borough's newest park.

    written by: William Lamb
    10.16.14

  13. Designing Norwegian in Sri Lanka
    Travel Reports

    Designing Norwegian in Sri Lanka

    A Norwegian architecture firm tackles an exotic design commission: a new foreign ministry office in Sri Lanka.

    written by: Ali B. Zagat
    10.16.14

  14. Must-Have Collectors Items at Brooklyn's Open Air Modern
    Shops

    Must-Have Collectors Items at Brooklyn's Open Air Modern

    Open Air Modern is based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, but its reach extends to midcentury Scandinavia and beyond with a selection of curated vintage furniture and a hand-culled design library.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    10.16.14

  15. Lush Interiors for London's Elite New Design Club
    Travel Reports

    Lush Interiors for London's Elite New Design Club

    London's traditional private club model gets a revamp thanks to a new concept by 19 Greek Street.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    10.16.14

  16. A Sensitive Modern House in Austin, Texas
    House Tours

    A Sensitive Modern House in Austin, Texas

    An Austin firm creates a home for a family in the Texas capital that sits among the trees.

    written by: William Lamb
    10.15.14

  17. Speed Up Your Cooking Time with Grooved Pots and Pans
    Product Reviews

    Speed Up Your Cooking Time with Grooved Pots and Pans

    An Oxford University professor incorporates grooves inspired by motorcycle engines in an innovative new pot design that promises a 30% faster boiling point.

    written by: Alexander George
    10.15.14

  18. Stunning Photographs of Modern Architecture
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    Stunning Photographs of Modern Architecture

    The disciplines of photography and modern architecture constantly intertwine, playing off each as they tell the story of society's development. An exhibition at the Barbican in London, open through...

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    10.15.14

  19. Step Up Your Mixology Game with Gold-Plated Barware
    Product

    Step Up Your Mixology Game with Gold-Plated Barware

    Whether you’re a fan of elaborate mixology or a simple mixed drink, consider elevating your bar accessories with an unexpected material. This collection of 24K gold-plated barware makes a...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    10.14.14

  20. Architect Daniel Libeskind on Optimism and Drawing at Dwell on Design NY
    Dwell on Design

    Architect Daniel Libeskind on Optimism and Drawing at Dwell on Design NY

    As Dwell on Design NY's first inaugural keynote speaker, world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind joined Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron in conversation.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.09.14

  21. Programming Highlights at Dwell on Design NY
    Dwell on Design

    Programming Highlights at Dwell on Design NY

    Join us through Saturday at 82Mercer for a full weekend of design programming at Dwell on Design NY. At the main stage and around the show floor, find interesting discussions and installations by...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.09.14

  22. Street Creeks: Restoring the Gowanus at Dwell on Design NY
    Dwell on Design

    Street Creeks: Restoring the Gowanus at Dwell on Design NY

    Architect Ate Atema presented an innovative, aesthetically pleasing plan to divert raw sewage from New York City's waterways.

    written by: William Lamb
    10.09.14

  23. Dwell on Design NY: Day One in Instagrams
    Dwell on Design

    Dwell on Design NY: Day One in Instagrams

    Couldn't make it to the first day of Dwell on Design NY? Experience day one through these Instagrams that captured the day's discussions and installations. The design conversation continues on...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.09.14

  24. Behind the Studio: A Closer Look at Brooklyn's Juniper Design
    Product

    Behind the Studio: A Closer Look at Brooklyn's Juniper Design

    Founded in 2011 in Brooklyn, Juniper is a design and manufacturing studio. Juniper was launched by Shant Madjarian, who left a career in finance to use the tools he’d acquired as a...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    10.08.14

  25. 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

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