October 13, 2010

Please join Dwell this Friday, October 15th, as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary and debut 10 limited-edition serigraph prints. The prints are a collaboration with our friends at Arkitip and many ongoing contributors to the magazine throughout the last 10 years.
 

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<b>Anderson Beach House by Nathaniel Russell<br /><br />
Unencumbered by the ephemera of daily life, vacation houses are 
best when stripped down to bare necessities, 
as this $150,000 home attests. The same could be said of Russell’s dramatic print. Afte
Anderson Beach House by Nathaniel Russell Unencumbered by the ephemera of daily life, vacation houses are 
best when stripped down to bare necessities, 
as this $150,000 home attests. The same could be said of Russell’s dramatic print. After all, the perfect beach shack requires the perfect beach.
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<b>Moriyama House by Dan Funderburgh.<br /><br />Pritzker Prize–winner Ryue Nishizawa designed a home where every room gets its very own building. Six of the ten white cubes are on display in Funderburgh’s work, while a patchwork of Japanese-inspired patt
Moriyama House by Dan Funderburgh.Pritzker Prize–winner Ryue Nishizawa designed a home where every room gets its very own building. Six of the ten white cubes are on display in Funderburgh’s work, while a patchwork of Japanese-inspired patterns make for appropriate neighbors.
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mark giglio

Where:

The Curiosity Shoppe
855 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA

When:

Friday, October 15th, 6-8 PM
 

 

If you can't make it to the party, never fear! You can always buy the prints at our online shop. Get 'em while supplies last! 

<b>Anderson Beach House by Nathaniel Russell<br /><br />
Unencumbered by the ephemera of daily life, vacation houses are 
best when stripped down to bare necessities, 
as this $150,000 home attests. The same could be said of Russell’s dramatic print. Afte
Anderson Beach House by Nathaniel Russell Unencumbered by the ephemera of daily life, vacation houses are 
best when stripped down to bare necessities, 
as this $150,000 home attests. The same could be said of Russell’s dramatic print. After all, the perfect beach shack requires the perfect beach.
<b>Moriyama House by Dan Funderburgh.<br /><br />Pritzker Prize–winner Ryue Nishizawa designed a home where every room gets its very own building. Six of the ten white cubes are on display in Funderburgh’s work, while a patchwork of Japanese-inspired patt
Moriyama House by Dan Funderburgh.Pritzker Prize–winner Ryue Nishizawa designed a home where every room gets its very own building. Six of the ten white cubes are on display in Funderburgh’s work, while a patchwork of Japanese-inspired patterns make for appropriate neighbors.

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