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  1. In Madrid: Julius Shulman's LA
    Travel Reports

    In Madrid: Julius Shulman's LA

    Last weekend, the Getty Research Institute's show Julius Shulman's Los Angeles opened in its third location, a cathedral-like neo-Mudéjar style water tower named Canal de Isabel II in Madrid...

    written by: Alissa Walker
    02.24.10

  2. Sert du Soleil
    Food

    Sert du Soleil

    The revamp of Clover—a new fast-food joint in Harvard Square—complements the original interior and hidden skylight of the Josep Lluís Sert–designed building from 1966.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.10.11

  3. KBIS 2011: Part 3
    Travel Reports

    KBIS 2011: Part 3

    Here we are with our final report from the 2011 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, held this year in Las Vegas (it's heading back to Chicago in 2012). In this slideshow, we take a peek inside Toto's...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    05.03.11

  4. Things We Saw in Paris (Maison&Objet 2014 Part Three)
    Travel Reports

    Things We Saw in Paris (Maison&Objet 2014 Part Three)

    Following our editors' dispatches from the Maison&Objet furniture fair in Paris (here and here!), we rounded up a few more points of excellence from the French design capital.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    02.10.14

  5. Dwell's Top Homes of 2013 Part One
    Houses We Love

    Dwell's Top Homes of 2013 Part One

    As we welcome the New Year, Dwell rounds up the most popular homes of 2013. Click through our first segment of modern architecture and brilliant design.

    written by: Jami Smith
    01.05.14

  6. Small Spaces at Dwell on Design
    Dwell on Design

    Small Spaces at Dwell on Design

    Compact spaces have caused us to rethink the way we live. Most people will find at least one small space in their condo or home that requires the help of intelligent design. Keep an eye out for...

    written by: Sarah Amandolare
    05.22.14

  7. 2010 AIA Housing Awards
    Post

    2010 AIA Housing Awards

    Earlier this week, the American Institute of Architects awarded its tenth annual Housing Awards to projects across the country, several of which have been featured in Dwell. The Sky Ranch, an 800...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    05.08.10

  8. 8 Great Modern Interiors in Japan
    Houses We Love

    8 Great Modern Interiors in Japan

    These 8 interiors from Japanese houses we’ve shown in our pages possess warm woods, clean lines, and an unparalleled design sense.

    written by: Erika Heet
    11.08.13

  9. Exploring Inner Space at SCI-Arc
    Event Spotlight

    Exploring Inner Space at SCI-Arc

    In Out of Memory, currently on view at SCI-Arc's gallery in Los Angeles, architect Patrick Tighe transports visitors to another plane with an experiential installation that combines light,...

    written by: Carren Jao
    02.26.11

  10. Modern Vacation Homes
    Houses We Love

    Modern Vacation Homes

    Christmas vacation is right around the corner and that has got us all pining for a fabulous vacation getaway home. Here, we take a look at seven enviable escapes from the beach to the mountains.

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    12.17.13

  11. ASID Announces National Conference Schedule of Events at Dwell on Design
    Dwell on Design

    ASID Announces National Conference Schedule of Events at Dwell on Design

    The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), in partnership with Dwell Media, announces the line-up of events for its annual national conference at Dwell on Design, June 21 –23 in Los Angeles...

    05.01.13

  12. Beachside Properties We Love
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    Beachside Properties We Love

    2011’s “Beach Houses We Love” is a perennial favorite. Here, we’ve compiled five more of our most popular waterfront homes.

    written by: Ivane Soyombo
    02.25.13

  13. Turbine City
    Post

    Turbine City

    Conceptual large-scale architecture plays a starring role in many design proposals aimed at addressing climate change. It's a bit of a paradox, since new construction is often condemned for using...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    02.02.10

  14. 5 Top-to-Bottom Brownstone Renovations
    Renovation

    5 Top-to-Bottom Brownstone Renovations

    A classic New York or Brooklyn brownstone may not be the obvious Dwell-style dwelling—at least not until an enterprising architect has opened it up for a modern renovation. Here are six great...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    08.26.13

  15. Manifesto Destiny
    Design 101

    Manifesto Destiny

    There is a pivotal point at which an idea becomes a conversation, a conversation turns into a conspiracy, and a conspiracy foments a movement.

    written by: Barry Katz
    02.01.09

  16. On Kickstarter: Barnsworth Exhibition Center
    A Great Idea

    On Kickstarter: Barnsworth Exhibition Center

    One of famed architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s most iconic works, the Farnsworth House in Plano, Illinois, suffered damage in 2008 from the remnants of Hurricane Ike. The rainstorm caused...

    written by: Jennifer Gerrits
    03.04.12

  17. Cape/Modern at PAAM
    Event Spotlight

    Cape/Modern at PAAM

    Friday, July 29th marks the opening of what looks to be a very exciting exhibit on residential regionalism. The Provincetown Art Association and Museum on Cape Cod offers "Cape/Modern: The...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    07.26.11

  18. 7 Innovative Rooftops
    Outdoor

    7 Innovative Rooftops

    In an era of sustainability, nothing should go to waste, and a roof should be no exception. We take a look at seven innovative rooftops where lush gardens and garden parties alike can thrive.

    written by: Victoria Nguyen
    05.13.13

  19. Designing Data: Information's Artistic Side
    Post

    Designing Data: Information's Artistic Side

    Data defines the way we build and the way we design our cities and structures—at least if we want to build smart, says Roger Wood, founder of San Francisco-based Art+Data Institute. Wood, in...

    written by: Tim Newcomb
    01.07.13

  20. Re-envisioning Harlem's Waterfront
    Event Spotlight

    Re-envisioning Harlem's Waterfront

    Manhattan has 32 miles of accessible waterfront, and traditionally these spaces have acted as gateways for the comings and goings of its inhabitants. The river portals have largely brought food and...

    written by: Sara Dierck
    07.20.12

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