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  1. Fine Finnish: Living/Dining Room
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    Fine Finnish: Living/Dining Room

    The focal point of the living/dining room is an oak table from Ikea. “We like to draw, read newspapers, sew, and invite friends over, so a generous table suits our lifestyle.” No couch?...

    03.07.11

  2. Fine Finnish: Master Bedroom
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    Fine Finnish: Master Bedroom

    Despite its serene appearance, the master bedroom is an active, multifunctional space. The family sits together on the bed to read and watch cartoons: Tove Jansson’s Moomin, about trolls who...

    03.07.11

  3. Modern Getaways
    In The Modern World

    Modern Getaways

    Enjoy the salty air and coastal views—without having to invest your nest egg in a ground-up build. These modern marvels offer stays from one night to one month (or more, if you can swing it!).

    written by: Heidi Mitchell
    08.04.11

  4. Retail Therapy from MoMA
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    Retail Therapy from MoMA

    If you can't get enough of design history's classics, then you're in luck: MoMA just added re-issues of six iconic pieces from their permanent collection to their store. The pieces are discounted...

    written by: Diana Budds
    01.13.12

  5. Tomorrow's Design Stars: Part 1
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    Tomorrow's Design Stars: Part 1

    If you liked what you saw in our Young Designers roundup in our May 2012 issue—where we spotlighted 28 up-and-coming design talents from around the globe—then don't miss this extended...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    05.01.12

  6. Felicia F. Dean
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    Felicia F. Dean

    Felicia F. Dean (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), Cocoon Chair, 2011: From an aesthetic standpoint, the Cocoon chair carries on the torch of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: something basic...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    04.24.12

  7. Daniel Hulsbergen
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    Daniel Hulsbergen

    Daniel Hulsbergen (Design Academy Eindhoven, graduated), Centerpiece series, 2010: These sculptural vases meld two traditional Dutch crafts, the printed Delft Blue vase and handcrafted wicker...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    04.24.12

  8. WHATSWHAT Collective
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    WHATSWHAT Collective

    The Swedish WHATSWHAT Collective, founded by John Astbury, Bengt Brummer, and Karin Wallenbeck in 2010, creates playful pieces that invite user interaction. WE LOVE: The Greta lampshade, with a...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    04.24.12

  9. Sleeping In: The World’s Slowest Hotel
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    Sleeping In: The World’s Slowest Hotel

    Hulking on the edge of the trendy Eastern Docklands in Amsterdam, the Lloyd Hotel is a storied mammoth. It was first an emigrant hotel for moneyed travelers before they set sail for the Americas ...

    written by: K. Emily Bond
    06.25.12

  10. 3 Bedroom Styling Ideas and Resources
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    3 Bedroom Styling Ideas and Resources

    If your boudoir’s design lacks luster, a set of bedding can spiff things up in a cinch. Selected with comfort and style in mind, our medley of shams, duvets, and blankets will keep...

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Aya Brackett
    07.13.12

  11. Sneak Peek: 'A World Apart'
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    Sneak Peek: 'A World Apart'

    Our July/August 2012 issue, on newsstands now, turns the spotlight on designers' own homes across the globe. One of my favorite projects in the issue is Paula Leen and Kees Middendorp's home in the...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.28.12

  12. Nani Marquina's 25th Anniversary
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    Nani Marquina's 25th Anniversary

    Spanish rug and textile designer Nani Marquina, whose idyllic Ibiza weekend house we featured in Dwell's July/August 2012 "Designers at Home" issue, recently marked her company's 25th...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.31.12

  13. How to Throw a Great Party in Six Steps
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    How to Throw a Great Party in Six Steps

    We captured the highlights of a recent party at Laura Gabbert and Andrew Avery's Los Angeles house for our September 2012 story "American Pastoral." As evidenced in the magazine and our...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    photos by: Catherine Ledner
    08.13.12

  14. The Modern Baby: Part One
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    The Modern Baby: Part One

    Babies happen. They can even happen in a modern home. And not only can infants fit in, they can provide just the excuse to take modernism to a different level. We chat with Joana McKenna, the...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    08.26.12

  15. Pouf! 6 Instant Extra Seating Ideas
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    Pouf! 6 Instant Extra Seating Ideas

    Not to be mistaken for its sister, the stool, poufs come completely covered in cloth with no visible legs. Click through the slideshow to find six purveyors of cushioned comfort fit for all.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.11.13

  16. Product Spotlight: Two Stools by Doug Johnston
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    Product Spotlight: Two Stools by Doug Johnston

    New York-based, Texas-bred designer Doug Johnston is utilizing his skills and passion for materials and functionality. Not afraid to step outside the box, Johnston investigates the relationship...

    written by: Jami Smith
    04.11.13

  17. Salone Satellite Top Pick: AMPY Stool by Jerri Hobdy
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    Salone Satellite Top Pick: AMPY Stool by Jerri Hobdy

    In 2013, Salone Satellite—Salone Internazionale del Mobile’s younger companion, for which a jury led by Marva Griffin Wilshire selects exhibitors younger than 35—showcased six intrepid U.S. booths,...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    06.15.13

  18. Simon Key Bertman
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    Simon Key Bertman

    Simon Key Bertman’s textile designs are a treat for the eyes, the brain, and the fingertips. His chunky woven patterns— as seen in his handwoven Chess throw —are inspired by optical patterns that...

    written by: Tiffany Orvet
    04.03.14

  19. Aoi Yoshizawa
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    Aoi Yoshizawa

    “I have been interested in textiles ever since my mother and grandmother taught me to sew and knit when I was small,” says breakout textile designer Aoi Yoshizawa. Born and raised in Japan,...

    written by: Tiffany Orvet
    04.03.14

  20. Tanya Aguiniga Crafted Classics
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    Tanya Aguiniga Crafted Classics

    I'm in the air en route to Minneapolis for the American Craft Council's annual conference, where a number of writers, artists, makers, scholars and others will gather to discuss the future of craft.

    written by: Sarah Rich
    10.15.09

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