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Carreau du Temple

Carreau du Temple: Parisian Poetry in Glass and Steel

Studio Milou’s restoration of a public pavilion showcases the beauty of the Marais.
April 10, 2014
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8 Victorians with Modern Additions

Affectionate homeowners and architects have beckoned these classic homes into the modern era with sleek, midcentury modern additions that distinguish them from their contemporaries. Consider this combination of old and new a kind of architectural steampunk.
April 9, 2014
Shukhov Tower

8 Endangered Modern Structures

These modern gems are slated for demolition, in need of repair, or the subject of fundraising campaigns.
April 8, 2014
1964 World's Fair Pavilion

World’s Fair Pavilion: Restoring the Tent of Tomorrow

Matthew Silva’s documentary on New York's World's Fair Pavilion is focused on getting a forgotten modernist structure restored.
March 31, 2014
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Richard Meier Model Museum Opens in New Jersey

Richard Meier puts 400 of his handmade architectural models on public display in a converted industrial space in Jersey City.
March 18, 2014
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8 Ways to Modernize a Farmhouse

Inspired by architect Lucy Marston's edited farmhouse in the English countryside (featured in our March 2014 issue), we've rounded up a few more modern farmhouse renovations.
February 18, 2014
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A Transformed Postman's Cottage in England

In southwestern England, an architect transforms a former postman’s cottage on a sprawling estate into a home that radiates from its original foundations.
February 12, 2014
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Architecture Tour: Brandeis Modern

Architecture critic Alexandra Lange invites Dwell along as she observes a little-known trove of midcentury architecture at Brandeis University near Boston.
February 10, 2014
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MoMa Director on Folk Art Museum: "We Made Our Decision"

At a forum on MoMa's controversial expansion plan, its director, Glenn D. Lowry, and the architect Elizabeth Diller make a case for why the distinctive, 13-year-old former American Folk Art Museum building cannot be part of it.
January 29, 2014
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