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  1. World's Smallest Hotel and Café in Copenhagen
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    World's Smallest Hotel and Café in Copenhagen

    Quaintly perched on Tullinsgade in Vesterbro, Copenhagen lies the monoroomed Central Hotel & Café.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    05.21.13

  2. Web Shop We Love: Herriott Grace
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    Web Shop We Love: Herriott Grace

    Herriot Grace, a father-daughter company, features an array of salvaged, chemical-free, hand carved, and hand turned wooden kitchen objects accompanied by a truly dreamlike food blog.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.18.13

  3. Two Innovative Tea Products
    Product Reviews

    Two Innovative Tea Products

    You may have heard of the hot beverage made by steeping dry tea leaves into boiling water. Tea in all its varieties and forms—black, white, green, powdered as matcha, and more—has been a hit for...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    04.17.13

  4. The Ramen Shop in Oakland
    Food

    The Ramen Shop in Oakland

    Nestled in the foodie-friendly neighborhood of North Oakland is a far cry from the ramen that you’ve come to know throughout your college years. The brainchild of three Chez Panisse alums, The...

    written by: Victoria Nguyen
    05.13.13

  5. The Bookmarks of Dwell: 5 More Blogs We Love
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    The Bookmarks of Dwell: 5 More Blogs We Love

    This week’s cold weather has us spending more time on the internet than ever. Here are five fresh art and design blogs that make staying inside cozier. ...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    03.07.13

  6. Roost Restaurant in Greenville, South Carolina
    Travel Reports

    Roost Restaurant in Greenville, South Carolina

    A new restaurant in an under-the-radar South Carolina city taps into the local Slow Food community.

    written by: Diana Budds
    03.01.13

  7. Restaurant We Love: Outerlands in San Francisco
    Food

    Restaurant We Love: Outerlands in San Francisco

    The rustic wooden interior of Outerlands is as much of a draw to the celebrated Outer Sunset eatery as its famous loaves of bread, which are baked in-house, daily.

    written by: Ivane Soyombo
    04.29.13

  8. Recipe: Eric Ripert's Cod Basquaise
    Food

    Recipe: Eric Ripert's Cod Basquaise

    For our March Interiors issue, we had the rare chance to see what the private kitchen of a top chef looks like. Eric Ripert invited us into his New York City apartment to see the new efficiency...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    01.22.13

  9. Q&A with Designer Martí Guixé
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    Q&A with Designer Martí Guixé

    Designer Martí Guixé is well known for his conceptual food design and ex-designer approach as well as commercial projects like Camper sneaker shops. We met with Guixé at Design Indaba, where he...

    written by: Rebecca L. Weber
    03.19.13

  10. Product Spotlight: Uproot Wines
    Product Reviews

    Product Spotlight: Uproot Wines

    Look out modern world, there's a new wine in town. Jay Levy, a venture capitalist, and Greg Scheinfeld, formerly a Wall Street financier turned winemaker, have announced the launch of Uproot Wines,...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    04.05.13

  11. Product Spotlight: Reclamation Etchworks
    We Recommend

    Product Spotlight: Reclamation Etchworks

    Industrial designer Timothy Daw and mixologist Ethan Terry have been part of the San Francisco dining industry for many years and they've noticed a problem—beautifully crafted glass bottles were...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    05.16.13

  12. Picnic By Design benefiting DIFFA

    Picnic By Design benefiting DIFFA

    Picnic By Design is an exciting new summer soiree benefiting DIFFA. Guests will enjoy an urban picnic and movie night with their fully equipped picnic basket for two, designed by renowned New York...

    07.16.13

  13. Phu Tang

    Had he taken his father’s well-meaning career advice, Phu could now be managing a chain of Vietnamese Pork Roll stores, or over-seeing the production line at a chicken factory. Thankfully, he did...

    12.06.13

  14. Paul Raeside

    05.31.13

  15. Parisian Concept Store: The Broken Arm
    Shops

    Parisian Concept Store: The Broken Arm

    Situated on Rue Perrée in the historic district of Le Marais lies the newly opened concept store, The Broken Arm.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    05.13.13

  16. Neighborhood to Watch: Atwater Village in Los Angeles
    Food

    Neighborhood to Watch: Atwater Village in Los Angeles

    Atwater Village lies between the Los Angeles River to the west and Glendale to the north and east. This diverse neighborhood shares borders with thriving Silver Lake to the south, Elysian Valley to...

    written by: Eva Glettner
    08.11.13

  17. Modern Mornings
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    Modern Mornings

    Admittedly, our pre-coffee state is less than cutting-edge with the new time change in effect, but these new coffee serving staples make our morning routines far more modern (if not less miserable).

    written by: Olivia Martin
    03.12.13

  18. Modern Farmer
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    Modern Farmer

    Farming has come a long way since the quaint notion of a red barn and flowers resting in mason jars. With the launch of Modern Farmer, a print quarterly, website, and online marketplace dedicated...

    written by: Daniela Province
    04.04.13

  19. Modern Bite

    Modern Bite

    Modern Bite is a Los Angeles based backery that uses the highest caliber ingredients and innovate modern design together to create tasty, visually appealing modern treats. Modern Bite makes a wide...

    09.26.13

  20. Kickstarter of the Week: Food Huggers
    A Great Idea

    Kickstarter of the Week: Food Huggers

    A pair of industrial designers mines their prospective audience to drum up funding for a simple yet genius kitchen product.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    07.09.13

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