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  1. On and On

    On and On

    In this age of iCal, a perpetual desktop or wall calendar makes timekeeping an appealingly tactile pleasure. Just don’t forget to make the manual adjustments!

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.02.11

  2. Gifts for the Audiophile

    Gifts for the Audiophile

    Brothers, boyfriends, dads, and roommates: with music as a common denominator, gift-giving should be a breeze. Whittling it all down seems daunting (there are, by my last count, 12,401 headphone...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.08.11

  3. Modern Jewelry

    Modern Jewelry

    Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but a truly unique piece of jewelry can be more precious than any gemstone. Unlike in years of yore, personal adornments are no longer worn simply to display...

    written by: Leah King
    12.15.11

  4. Gifts for the Euro-Obsessed

    Gifts for the Euro-Obsessed

    There’s just something about Europe, Europeans, and European things that makes me uncontrollably excited. Book-clutches handmade with love from Paris? Check. A cute little “perforated...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    12.20.11

  5. Hide & Seek

    Hide & Seek

    Even the sleekist modernist accumulates stuff in need of a hiding spot, and the hold-all furniture we spotted on recent travels to the Stockholm and Paris design fairs prove that it’s not a...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.13.12

  6. The Little Gadget that Could

    The Little Gadget that Could

     A seated 12-course dinner may still exist in some corner of the universe, but our favorite kind of to-do is the one that keeps a host out of the kitchen. These gadgets take the work out of...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    08.16.12

  7. Green the Roof

    Green the Roof

    From urban rooftop gardens to living roofs that help homeowners save on energy costs, you'll find plenty of ideas for the final (green) frontier: the roof.

    03.22.13

  8. Outdoor Products We Love

    Outdoor Products We Love

    From chairs, to umbrellas, to grills, we've compiled some of our favorite outdoor products to inspire you to spend a little more time in your outdoor space.

    03.25.13

  9. Gray Matter

    Gray Matter

    Keep your terrace looking sharp by punctuating lush greenery with shots of monochromatic black and white and adding innovative fabrics that work both indoors and out.

    04.01.13

  10. Best Wood Kitchen Products

    Best Wood Kitchen Products

    From sustainable bamboo and ipe to classic American hardwoods, wood's durability and beauty is undeniable. Here, a selection of some of our favorite wooden kitchen products.

    04.02.13

  11. The Internationals

    The Internationals

    From Singapore to Spain, join us on our globetrotting adventures in architecture with a bevy of slideshows and videos of several of this month's featured homes, plus selections of international...

    04.08.13

  12. In Wine We Trust

    In Wine We Trust

    We're great fans of the grape here at Dwell. Are you a fellow oenophile? Bookmark this page for handy reference. From wine accessories to wine glassware to wine storage and more (including a how-to...

    04.19.13

  13. Coffee: It's Good for You!

    Coffee: It's Good for You!

    Is coffee good for you? Though we all know better than to down enough java to induce a case of the jitters, the science increasingly points to the fact that moderate consumption of coffee can...

    04.19.13

  14. 7 Tools for the Cheese Aficionado

    7 Tools for the Cheese Aficionado

    Whether it's sweet, but slightly salty Gruyère or creamy Camembert, we've got you covered. At least in the cheese department, that is. Below, seven products to induce at your next gathering.

    06.29.13

  15. 8 Modern Barware Designs

    8 Modern Barware Designs

    Fancy a drink with the help of these eight modern barware designs sure to delight. Cheers to drinking in style!

    06.30.13

  16. The Architecture of Unhappiness
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    The Architecture of Unhappiness

    I saw the wonderful Cannes Grand Prix-winning gangster film Gomorrah directed by Matteo Garrone yesterday, and was struck at the level of decay and desecation presented. The film was set largely in...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.04.09

  17. Yale's Architectural Growth
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    Yale's Architectural Growth

    With important architectural contributions by Louis Kahn, Paul Rudolph, Eero Saarinen, Gordon Bunshaft, Phillip Johnson, and many other noteworthy architects, Yale University is no stranger to...

    05.05.09

  18. Interview: Filmmaker Eric Bricker
    Dwell on Design

    Interview: Filmmaker Eric Bricker

    A documentary screening at Dwell on Design zooms in for a close-up on 98-year-old architectural photographer Julius Shulman and his iconic images that came to define modernism and Los Angeles with...

    written by: Alissa Walker
    05.27.09

  19. The New Old Commodore Hotel
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    The New Old Commodore Hotel

    The Commodore Hotel in Astoria, Oregon (population 10,000) is not exactly conveniently located, tucked away near the ocean's edge at the mouth of the Columbia River. But the mysterious tale of the...

    written by: Charlotte West
    08.17.09

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