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  1. Laura Heller

    Laura has been reporting on retail trends since 1995. In addition to blogging for Dwell, she writes about home technology for Traditional Home magazine and the Photo Marketing Association Magazine,...

    01.13.09

  2. Laure Joliet

    Laure is a Los Angeles–based photographer and design enthusiast. When not contributing to Dwell and Apartment Therapy, she's opening too many tabs in Firefox, baking, gardening and exploring...

    01.13.09

  3. Lisa Brand

    Lisa is a San Francisco-based writer who has channeled the design world for almost two years as founding editor of Apartment Therapy: San Francisco. A New Yorker in exile and at heart, she's found...

    01.13.09

  4. Marie Le Fort

    A prolific writer and eager traveler, Marie Le Fort dedicates an awful lot of time to an awful lot of projects. As acting editor-in-chief of ICON magazine, a regular contributor to Architectural...

    01.13.09

  5. Michael Cannell

    Michael is editorial director of Dwell.com. He was editor of the House & Home section of the New York Times for seven years. His biography of I.M. Pei was published by Crown in 1995.

    01.13.09

  6. Michael Dumiak

    Michael covers design, science, tech and business, usually at night, from a bare-bones base in the whirlwind city of Berlin. He's originally from South Carolina, lived a long time in New York, and...

    01.13.09

  7. Michael Grozik

    Michael is an associate editor at Dwell. With a background in art and design, he has high hopes that this gig will help legitimize his obsession with all things aesthetic.

    01.13.09

  8. Phil Patton

    Phil Patton writes on automobile design for the New York Times. He was co-curator of Curves of Steel, a show of streamlined cars at the Phoenix Art Museum and teaches in the new Design Crit Program...

    01.13.09

  9. Sam Grawe

    Sam Grawe

    Sam Grawe served as the Editor-in-Chief of Dwell from 2006 to 2011.

    01.13.09

  10. Sam Jacob

    Sam is a director of FAT architecture firm in London. He is professor of architecture at Yale, runs StrangeHarvest.com, writes for various architecture magazines, collects souvenir buildings, and...

    01.13.09

  11. Sarah F. Cox

    Sarah F. Cox is a New York-based freelance writer who has written for Architectural Record and the Architect’s Newspaper.

    01.13.09

  12. Sarah Rich

    Sarah Rich

    When not working in design, Sarah Rich writes, talks and forecasts about food and consumer culture.

    01.13.09

  13. Scout Davidson

    Scout is the editorial intern at Dwell. He is quickly learning the difference between Lautner and Platner, and looking forward to finding out the correct pronunciation of "Mies van der Rohe....

    01.13.09

  14. Sonja Hall

    Sonja Hall is the editorial assistant at Dwell. As a young'un to the edit squad, she blogs to Latin-flavored hip hop beats and lime post-its when she's not dreaming of Sunday brunch.

    01.13.09

  15. David Hay

    David Hay, a New York-based playwright who once lived in a house designed by Richard Neutra has always been interested in how architects design homes that promote easy and comfortable social...

    01.28.09

  16. Virginia Gardiner

    Our "Process" queen Virginia Gardiner currently lives in London, where she is finishing up a master's degree in industrial design engineering. "It has been fun but also tiring,"...

    01.14.09

  17. Jaci Conry

    Modern architecture is rare, says writer and editor Jaci Conry, in the Boston suburb of Cohasset, a haven of historic Federalist, Greek Revival, and shingle-style homes. Conry, a resident of Cape...

    01.14.09

  18. Alex Bozikovic

    Alex Bozikovic is a Toronto based writer and editor for the Globe and Mail and frequent Dwell contributor. While interviewing Studio Junction's Christine Ho Ping Kong and Peter Tan, the architect...

    01.14.09

  19. Deborah Bishop

    Contributing editor Deborah Bishop approached "Kitchen Design 101" with keen interest, as she is currently plotting her own kitchen renovation. "Having read and been told that this...

    01.14.09

  20. Philip Kennicott

    As culture critic for the Washington Post, Phillip Kennicott regularly laments the lack of interesting contemporary architecture in the nation's capital. His job got a little more difficult upon...

    01.14.09

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