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  1. Mr. Kate Sets a Dwell Table
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    Mr. Kate Sets a Dwell Table

    For this week's installment of entertaining tips, Dwell invited Los Angeles–based blogger, jewelry designer, and hostess extraordinaire, Kate Albrecht of mrkate.com over to set a table or two...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    09.04.12

  2. LinePosters
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    LinePosters

    With offices in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles, Dwell can't help but be proud of the transit advancements and accessibility in the cities where we work. Graphic designer Cayla Ferari and...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    02.21.13

  3. A Modern Mother's Day
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    A Modern Mother's Day

    Once a year just doesn't seem like enough to honor and thank the mothers of the world, but since the official day is coming up, we thought we'd help you out with some great ideas to make this...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    04.29.13

  4. All About Japanese Soaking Tubs
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    All About Japanese Soaking Tubs

    For centuries, Japanese enjoyed the country’s thousands of outdoor hot springs, so it’s no surprise deep soaking became popular indoors, too. Relaxing in steaming neck-high water marks the end of...

    written by: Silvia Cavallini
    02.05.13

  5. Objectified in America Discussion
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    Objectified in America Discussion

    I'm quite excited to post about the latest in a stalwart line of Dwell Conversations. I'll be moderating the panel Objectified in America: Design, Consumerism and Sustainability in Our Changing...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.13.09

  6. Join Us for a Prefab Pop Up Party in Austin!
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    Join Us for a Prefab Pop Up Party in Austin!

    SXSW Eco is just around the corner, and Dwell will be on the scene, covering the conference and hosting a party! Be sure to join us as we celebrate good green design - in authentic Austin style,...

    written by: Sara Ost
    09.25.12

  7. A Brief History of the Birth of Urban Planning
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    A Brief History of the Birth of Urban Planning

    At America's first urban planning conference, held in New York in 1898, a British planner asked whether he and his colleagues were striving for beautiful people or beautiful cities. Is urban...

    written by: Amanda Erickson
    09.05.12

  8. Interior Designers Speak: 18 Common Design Mistakes to Avoid
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    Interior Designers Speak: 18 Common Design Mistakes to Avoid

    Did you know? We've recently launched a national partnership with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Throughout 2013, look to Dwell and ASID to bring you loads of interior design...

    written by: Sara Ost
    02.08.13

  9. 5 Modern Rural Homes Across America
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    5 Modern Rural Homes Across America

    Away from the tightly packed buildings and light pollution of the city, these rural homes become lanterns at night.

    written by: Emma Marsano
    07.16.13

  10. Inside the Armory Show with Bade Stageberg Cox
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    Inside the Armory Show with Bade Stageberg Cox

    Brooklyn-based architecture firm Bade Stageberg Cox made their second presentation at the 2013 Armory contemporary art fair earlier this month, using a metaphor for New York City to design the show...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.02.13

  11. Dreams Happen: This Weekend
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    Dreams Happen: This Weekend

    Dreams Happen is a biennial fundraising event benefiting Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) and hosted by Stanford Shopping Center. The event teams local architects and builders in the...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    06.04.09

  12. Promo Daily: James Ransom
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    Promo Daily: James Ransom

    Today's Photographer Promotional Piece We Love and Why: James Ransom

    photos by: James Ransom
    07.16.13

  13. Architects' House Museums
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    Architects' House Museums

    From Luis Barragán's Mexico City residence to the Alvar Aalto House in Helsinki, we share ten architects' dwellings that are now museums.

    written by: Diana Budds
    07.24.13

  14. Best Norwegian Design
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    Best Norwegian Design

    Scandinavia's contribution to modern architecture and design is colossal, with Norway taking a critical role. From the modfathers of yesteryear like Pritzker-winner Sverre Fehn to the new crop of...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.22.13

  15. Printed Matter from Paris to Toronto
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    Printed Matter from Paris to Toronto

    One of the fringe benefits of traveling to design shows is collecting the printed ephemera made by creative pros, from business cards to catalogs to pamphlets. I just got back from a trip to Paris...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    02.02.12

  16. 20 Modern Kitchens We Love
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    20 Modern Kitchens We Love

    From an inviting kitchen in a charmingly renovated cypress clad home to a hand-hewn elm galley atop a houseboat to a peek at the glossy blue cabinets inside the iconic Miller House, these kitchens...

    written by: Sara Ost
    12.05.12

  17. Promo Daily: Tom M Johnson
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    Promo Daily: Tom M Johnson

    Today's Photographer Promotional Piece We Love and Why: Tom M Johnson

    written by: Julia Sabot
    07.19.13

  18. MOS Throws an "Afterparty"
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    MOS Throws an "Afterparty"

    The winner of the 2009 MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program has opened in the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center courtyard in Long Island City. The winning entry, afterparty by MOS, is a provocative...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    07.09.09

  19. Arizona, Accordions, and Architecture: A Discussion with Erin Moore
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    Arizona, Accordions, and Architecture: A Discussion with Erin Moore

    Avid readers of Dwell will already know about Erin Moore of FLOAT Architecture Research and Design (from page 132 of the October 2008 issue). I wrote that story about the Watershed, a completely...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.07.08

  20. Remarkable Renovations
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    Remarkable Renovations

    Renovations offer accessible inspiration. After all, most folk don't tend to find themselves in circumstances where they are starting from scratch. Rather, it's that crumbling old flat in need of...

    written by: Sara Ost
    02.06.13

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