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June 21, 2013
Dwell Outdoor is center stage at this year’s Dwell on Design, with full-scale prefab structures creating a neighborhood feel. All of the buildings bring their own flavor to the prefab methodology, and one walk-through might not be enough to catch all of the detail.

Method Homes’ 700 square feet structure features decor items from jcpenney’s new Home collection.

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LivingHomes—with MANN handmade products decorating the space.

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PieceHomes is not only an environmentally conscious company, they’re clever, too—their tagline is pH: for a balanced home.

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If you’re missing the requisite green thumb for growing plants, be sure to check out ORTA Kitchen Garden Design, which enables even the most hesitant gardener to grow seedlings.

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VesseL USA, Inc. planters and containers will be perfect for relocating your seedlings when they’ve grown.

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Hurbz showcases their space-saving modules, which enable city dwellers with little excess space to grow their own vegetable gardens. (They also offer an app for your smart phone to aid unskilled gardeners.)

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TerraTrellis’ romantic trellises populate the space.

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Quirky birdhouses by TerraSculpture.

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The Helios Lounge by Galanter and Jones is in high demand, but if you can snag a seat, it’s well worth it. The cast stone, radiantly heated bench is incredibly comfortable and relaxing.

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Method Homes’ 700 square feet structure features decor items from jcpenney’s new Home collection.

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