The first misconception about going solar is that it is expensive.
The cost for solar systems is not only related to how elaborate the system is—it also depends on where you live.
Taking advantage of Southern California’s sunny skies, architect David Hertz ingrained
passive solar features in almost every detail
of the Panel House for client Thomas Ennis.
Interested in running more than just your home on the sun’s rays? Here’s a handy introduction to some of the most innovative solar goods available.
Buried in TPS reports? Somebody take your red stapler? Don't let The Man get you down--our inclusive review of office environments and accessories will have you whistling while you work.
From IKEA-mania and back to the farm, we wonder if the perfect kitchen might be an oxymoron.
You—yes, YOU—can buy (or sell) your own home. Here's how.
Remember how the Predator had skin that made him invisible? That was cool. But these high-tech materials might be even cooler.
Dwell explores the variegated use of color in our world, from industry to emotion.
Even for sustainability's greatest proponents, going green isn't necessarily a walk in the park. Dwell explores what it takes to be truly environmental.
From the Aquastar to zero-energy homes, we present an A-to-Z guide of green power tips and home energy savings.
Manufacturing from conception to production and reproduction.
Dare we say "enlightening"? Be it passive or aggressive, find out what solar energy can do for you.
Every night I said, “Trust me, sweetheart, this is going to be amazing, beautiful, fantastic
The husband-and-wife architecture team Halpert & Ruiz know that if a house’s face
is pretty from the outside and views are good from within, as a landlord you will have an easier time...
Doing something unique can increase a home’s resale value.
The most intensely used rooms in the house depend on good plumbing, ventilation,
and electrical systems, and contain the highest number of fixtures per square
foot—all of which makes...
In 1937, as the modern movement in Europe
faced the stifling rise of fascism, the leftist French
Union des Artistes Modernes hosted a pavilion at the Paris World’s Fair that presented, among...
No longer stuck in the ’50s pink- or yellow-tiled rut, today bath fixtures come in a wide variety of materials. For those who enjoy visibility (and Windex), glass is a clear choice.
Long considered to be the standard bathroom material, ceramic is no longer boring. New shapes and colors help redefine what was once only basic bisque or beige.