Once again, we're jostling our way into the hallowed halls of academia to ask for images of student-created work.
The annual TED Prize, an extension of the multimedia brand hyping rational thought and good works, pledges $100,000 each year to a person with one wish to change the world. Formally called...
A five-step program for those suffering from too much stuff and not enough space.
Harnessing the power of dirt, sand, soil, and earth, these projects prove that modern houses are not just made of glass and steel.
Carving out a study niche doesn't mean adding on an extension to your house; instead, consider built-ins—they can change the entire function of a room, or simply create some much-needed workspace.
For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed a relaxing ritual of steaming in neck-high water at the end of each day. Like other aspects of Japanese design, this simple yet harmonious custom has become...
A quirky mountain refuge by French designer Charlotte Perriand is an ingenious take on small-space living.
A pair of industrial designers mines their prospective audience to drum up funding for a simple yet genius kitchen product.
Finishing Touch is how each issue of Dwell wraps up, by focusing on one great design detail. Turns out a lot of them involve innovative uses for wood.
Modern interiors and products incorporating the humble, versatile, and flexible material that is rubber.
Rendered helpless in the face of a color wheel? Have a hard time choosing between yellow, green, blue, and red for your living room? Then follow the always classic, always sharp black-and-white...