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  1. Arkansas Honors Fay Jones
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    Arkansas Honors Fay Jones

    I recently got a box of postcards comemorating the work of Arkansas architect Fay Jones and they were so wonderful that I wanted to put a few images of Jones' work online. Jones' contribution...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    07.22.09

  2. Around Manhattan Architectural Boat Tours by AIA New York
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    Around Manhattan Architectural Boat Tours by AIA New York

    New York City is synonymous with the great buildings that stand within its limits: the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building, and the Flatiron all scream The Big City...

    written by: Sara Carpenter
    photos by: Betsi Ewing
    05.16.13

  3. Art + Environment Conference in Reno
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    Art + Environment Conference in Reno

    I'll be heading to Reno later this week to speak at the upcoming Art + Environment Conference hosted by the Nevada Museum of Art, from October 2-4–so if any Dwell readers are in the area,...

    written by: Geoff Manaugh
    10.02.08

  4. Art Deco Saved (For Now)
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    Art Deco Saved (For Now)

    Who says you can't fight City Hall? In my Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake, a 1936 Streamline Moderne gas station was saved from the wrecking ball last week, by a coterie of community...

    written by: David A. Greene
    09.22.08

  5. Art Folks at Home
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    Art Folks at Home

    I don't know about you, but I check theselby.com, photographer Todd Selby's website, weekly to see if anyone I know, admire, despise, and/or am insanely jealous of shows up. Selby's stylish color...

    written by: David A. Greene
    01.22.09

  6. Art Is Where the Home Is
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    Art Is Where the Home Is

    In honor of the Palais-Royal's first public art exhibition's 346th anniversary (it debuted today in 1667!), we've curated a fine crop of modern art found in the pages of Dwell. For more modern art,...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    04.09.13

  7. Art on the Cheap: 5 Places for Posters
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    Art on the Cheap: 5 Places for Posters

    Much like the realms of interior design and architecture, the art world can be an intimidating place. Weighing the cost of purchase and framing against wanting to avoid reproductions and rip offs...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.22.13

  8. Artist Carl Andre's Process
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    Artist Carl Andre's Process

    Last night I read this wonderful profile of minimalist artist Carl Andre in the New Yorker. I wasn't nearly as familiar with Andre as some of his contemporaries like Sol LeWitt or Donald...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.07.11

  9. Artist Spotlight: Mark Rothko
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    Artist Spotlight: Mark Rothko

    Mark Rothko, apparent muse to Fall 2013 runway shows, has entered into the current design conversation in a major way (Nail polish company Butter London has even created a manicure style after his...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.28.13

  10. At Ground Zero Bedrock, the 9/11 Museum Prepares for Visitors
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    At Ground Zero Bedrock, the 9/11 Museum Prepares for Visitors

    The architects and exhibition designers behind the National September 11 Memorial Museum offer a behind-the-scenes look before it opens next week.

    written by: William Lamb
    05.14.14

  11. At Home in L.A.
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    At Home in L.A.

    Currently on view in Los Angeles is an unconventional show organized by the artist Fritz Haeg, best known for his Edible Estates project, in which he helps homeowners replace their front lawns with...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    04.01.13

  12. Auger & Loizeau's Carnivorous Design
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    Auger & Loizeau's Carnivorous Design

    Is furniture animal, vegetable, or mineral? For designers James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau, who are also researchers at the Royal Academy of Art in London, it's a little of all three. The duo gleaned...

    written by: Diana Budds
    02.22.11

  13. Aussie Living Room We Love
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    Aussie Living Room We Love

    A mix of warm Brazilian furniture, refined antiques, period furniture, and contemporary lighting turn this renovation project in a hip suburb of Melbourne, Australia, into a family home for the...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    03.29.13

  14. Back in Black
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    Back in Black

    Black is the color (or absence of color, rather) of choice for these twelve homes from San Francisco to Berlin to Tokyo and beyond.

    written by: Diana Budds
    02.15.13

  15. Back to Basics
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    Back to Basics

    With high-quality, simply designed products in high demand, it was only a matter of time before technology got a natural touch.

    written by: Laure Joliet
    10.16.08

  16. Back to School: The Architecture of Higher Learning
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    Back to School: The Architecture of Higher Learning

    September has arrived and that signals the end of summer and beginning of the new school year. For a little fun learning before the tough stuff starts, follow along as we take a look back over five...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    09.05.13

  17. Back to the Basics: Primary Colors
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    Back to the Basics: Primary Colors

    Whether it was Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature red or Le Corbusier’s favorite shade of blue, the modernists loved primary colors. Here, we’ve rounded up six of our favorite furniture pieces in the...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.10.13

  18. Ball Clock Giveaway!
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    Ball Clock Giveaway!

    Dwell and Zwello have teamed up to gift a George Nelson–designed Ball Clock to one lucky person out there—sign up for one of our newsletters this week and enter to win.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    08.25.09

  19. Balthazar Korab, 1926-2013
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    Balthazar Korab, 1926-2013

    Balthazar Korab—whose work and career we profiled in Dwell's Dec/Jan 2013 issue—passed away this week in Troy, Michigan, his hometown of many years. Korab was born in Hungary, escaped Budapest at...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.16.13

  20. Bardessono Green Hotel, Napa Valley
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    Bardessono Green Hotel, Napa Valley

    Northern California's wine country has the advantage of built-in open space preservation by virtue of its indispensable agricultural acreage. While there are certainly more tourist accommodations...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    03.23.09

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