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  1. Converting a Commercial Storefront to a Home (and Studio!)
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    Converting a Commercial Storefront to a Home (and Studio!)

    Seeking more space and a connection with the city, an artist and a designer turn an old Toronto storefront in Dundas West into a home and studio.

    written by: Alex Bozikovic
    photos by: Naomi Finlay
    03.27.13

  2. The Art of Living
    House Tours

    The Art of Living

    What's it like to make a gallery of one's home? Go behind the scenes of our June 2013 Furniture issue feature on the Brussels Ampersand gallery and house that serves as a backdrop to an ever...

    photos by: Chris Tubbs
    05.08.13

  3. Offices With A View
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    Offices With A View

    We’ve all dreamed of kicking back in an office with a view; these three residents built their own.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.31.13

  4. 7 Modern Mezzanines
    A Great Idea

    7 Modern Mezzanines

    Mezzanines are, by definition, in-between spaces—neither here, nor there; neither upstairs nor down. But mezzanines needn't be wasted space. Here, from Dwell's archives, are seven examples of...

    written by: William Lamb
    12.17.13

  5. 360 Panoramic Home Tour: Live/Work Oasis in Atlanta
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    360 Panoramic Home Tour: Live/Work Oasis in Atlanta

    With a sizable portfolio packed with innovative home, restaurant, retail, and office design, Cara Cummins and Jose Tavel of TaC Studios took their strategies for their clients to their own home....

    written by: Tammy Vinson
    05.20.13

  6. Live/Work It Up!
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    Live/Work It Up!

    Hour-long commutes. Flaky public transportation. The congestion of crowds. It's no wonder many folk choose to work from home these days. These six creatures of comfort prove that their respective...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.22.13

  7. Architect Spotlight: Byoung-soo Cho
    Houses We Love

    Architect Spotlight: Byoung-soo Cho

    South Korea is known for its innovations in technology. Seoul architect Byoung-soo Cho applies South Korea's technological innovation to architecture by experimenting with straight lines, negative...

    written by: Kate Santos
    11.24.13

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