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  1. Reimagined Mobile Dwellings
    A Great Idea

    Reimagined Mobile Dwellings

    Ever thought about packing your home on truck trailer? Four architects reimagined the mobile dwelling for an exhibition at Omaha's Kaneko museum. The results, all prefab and all totally...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    08.13.14

  2. Small Kitchen Extension in Australia
    Rooms We Love

    Small Kitchen Extension in Australia

    A modest kitchen addition to a couple’s cottage outside of Brisbane proves that one 376-square-foot room can revive an entire home.

    written by: Kirril Shields
    08.11.14

  3. Bright Renovation of a Tiny Manhattan Apartment
    Renovation

    Bright Renovation of a Tiny Manhattan Apartment

    A husband-and-wife architect team transforms a 607-square-foot Manhattan apartment into an open and bright home for two graphic designers.

    written by: William Lamb
    08.18.14

  4. Inspiring Tree Houses of Instagram
    We Recommend

    Inspiring Tree Houses of Instagram

    We're currently ruminating on small spaces of all configurations. But while small spaces often call to mind tiny urban apartments and compact cabins, how could we forget about another classic type...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    08.19.14

  5. Compact, Light-Filled Prefab
    Houses We Love

    Compact, Light-Filled Prefab

    Method Homes’ compact Element 1 prefab model rises to the challenge of a difficult building site.

    written by: Diana Budds
    08.19.14

  6. Tiny House Fits a Family in 196 Square Feet
    My House

    Tiny House Fits a Family in 196 Square Feet

    A 196-square-foot house born of architectural know-how, an enterprising spirit, and just over $11,000 has become an inspiration to a growing community of tiny-house enthusiasts.

    written by: Brian Libby
    photos by: Joe Schmelzer
    08.20.14

  7. Striking Pool and Guest House in Virginia
    Houses We Love

    Striking Pool and Guest House in Virginia

    A new guest house and shading structure add a dynamic touch—and extra space for entertaining—to a Virginia property.

    written by: Harriet Edleson
    08.21.14

  8. Welcoming Keynote Speaker Daniel Libeskind to Dwell on Design NY
    Dwell on Design

    Welcoming Keynote Speaker Daniel Libeskind to Dwell on Design NY

    World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind will appear as Dwell on Design NY’s keynote speaker to trace his design history, from early building influences to his own drawings that have informed his...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    08.20.14

  9. House in the Los Angeles Hills Inspired by California Modernists
    Houses We Love

    House in the Los Angeles Hills Inspired by California Modernists

    When Gary Johns discovered a nondescript, Mediterranean-style home in Los Angeles in 1987, he loved its large lot—nearly an acre—and views of the city. Johns bought it and set on rebuilding the...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    08.21.14

  10. Midcentury Modern Architecture of Sarasota
    Event Spotlight

    Midcentury Modern Architecture of Sarasota

    The inaugural SarasotaMOD festival in Sarasota, Florida, will introduce visitors to the area’s rich midcentury architecture from October 9 to 12, 2014. The event includes a tour of Florida Southern...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    08.25.14

  11. French Architect Brings Brilliant Color to Tokyo
    In The Modern World

    French Architect Brings Brilliant Color to Tokyo

    A French architect makes her saturated mark on Tokyo’s streetscape.

    written by: Winifred Bird
    08.19.14

  12. Photographer Nicholas Alan Cope's Black and White L.A.
    Post

    Photographer Nicholas Alan Cope's Black and White L.A.

    For the past seven years, Los Angeles based architecture photographer Nicholas Alan Cope has been capturing the striking modernist cityscape the City of Angels has to offer and recently assembled...

    03.29.13

  13. Promo Daily: Jill Paider
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    Promo Daily: Jill Paider

    In this installment of Photographer's Promotional Pieces We Love and Why: Jill Paider

    photos by: Jill Paider
    06.17.13

  14. Photography Focus: Simon Devitt's Portrait of a House
    Post

    Photography Focus: Simon Devitt's Portrait of a House

    New Zealand photographer Simon Devitt has been capturing homes and homeowners in for close to fifteen years. His new book, Portrait of a House, collaborates with graphic designer Arch MacDonnell of...

    photos by: Simon Devitt
    05.31.13

  15. Photographer Jill Paider and Gehry's Biomuseo
    Post

    Photographer Jill Paider and Gehry's Biomuseo

    Photographer Jill Paider just returned from Panama City on a fantastic architectural adventure, bringing back photographs of the much-anticipated Puente de Vida Museum, or Biomuseo for which it's...

    photos by: Jill Paider
    05.10.13

  16. Photographer We Love: Noah Webb
    Post

    Photographer We Love: Noah Webb

    Noah Webb has been photographing architecture and people's homes for Dwell for about ten years. We just commissioned him again for a project in our upcoming special Prefab issue. His latest...

    04.04.13

  17. Dwell on Design New York

    Dwell on Design New York

     New York City is a design laboratory— one that constantly reinvents its landscape while embracing new ideas and possibilities.Dwell on Design NY (DODNY) shares that ethos as it...

    05.27.14

  18. Smiljan Radic's Winning Design for Serpentine Pavilion
    Profiles

    Smiljan Radic's Winning Design for Serpentine Pavilion

    Underrated Chilean architect Smiljan Radic gets a commission that will put him on the world stage: the annual temporary pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery in London. Here are a few other notable...

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    03.19.14

  19. Witness Half a Decade of Urban Change in Google Street View
    Superstructure

    Witness Half a Decade of Urban Change in Google Street View

    Last week, Google Maps released a new feature to Street View, making it possible to cycle through archived versions of the 360 panoramas. In addition to hours of amusement, this new form of virtual...

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    05.02.14

  20. The 404: Nashville's Newest, Smallest, Hotel
    Travel Reports

    The 404: Nashville's Newest, Smallest, Hotel

    In a section of Nashville increasingly defined by large high-rise developments and national chains, a new boutique hotel and restaurant stays deliberately small and local.

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    04.02.14

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