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<i>The House of a GI-A Proposal</i> (2009) by Matthew Ritchie. On display at the Guggenheim Museum February 12 through April 28, 2010, as part of the exhibit <i>Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum</i>.

Events this Weekend: 4.22-4.25

Tonight, celebrate Earth Day with a discussion of water management at the Museum of the City of New York and catch Quicktake and Contemplating the Void before they close at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and the Guggenheim Museum, respectively.
April 22, 2010
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Kitchen and Bath Industry Show 2010

This weekend, an estimated 35,000 designers, manufacturers, retailers, and press descended on Chicago's McCormick Place Convention Center to see the latest, greatest, and greenest in kitchen and bathroom products, fixtures, and appliances at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS). Dwell's associate editor Miyoko Ohtake toured the floors and made the following finds.
April 19, 2010
Sunny Memories

Events this Weekend: 4.15-4.18

This week, we're on the road. Jordan Kushins, Sam Grawe, and Amanda Dameron are traipsing around Milan at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile and I'm in Chicago for the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. Join in the action by checking out these exhibitions, opening and closing this weekend.
April 15, 2010
Aurel Aebi, Armand Louis, and Patrick Reymond of Atelier Oï.

Q & A with Patrick Reymond

Partnership is imperative for Swiss designer Patrick Reymond, 
who runs the design studio Atelier Oï with longtime collaborators Aurel Aebi and Armand Louis. Working out of a repurposed motel—
the cleverly dubbed “Moïtel”—in La Neuveville, Switzerland, that 
is part studio, exhibition space, and materials lab, the talented 
team has created pieces for brands from Ikea to Foscarini, and sets scenographic installations for expositions around the world.
April 13, 2010
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When We Talk About Good Design

Many architects and designers, when talked down from the theoretical towers of “sculptural forms” and “floating volumes” and made to speak of their craft in humbler terms, are apt to use a phrase as naive as it is loaded: “good design.” It suggests such an apparent universality that any of us should be able to spot it. But implicit in “good design” is a system of values, aesthetics, and objects that demonstrate that the seemingly innocuous little term is anything but. Nowhere is the idiom as alive and well as in the realm of modern design, which wants to suggest—formally, stylistically, and most importantly, commercially—that the two might just be synonymous.
April 5, 2010
friday the divided self book

Friday Finds 4.2.2010

This is how the Dwellians show you that we care—by sharing our prized Internet finds of the week. Today's offering includes everything from politics and Peeps to typography and trousers.
April 2, 2010
Abidjan, Côte D'Ivoire. Photo by David Adjaye.

Events this Weekend: 4.1-4.4

Though this weekend sees the last days of exhibits at the Museum of Arts and Design and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, both in New York, it also brings the beginnings of shows in London, Beijing, and New York to fill the void.
April 1, 2010
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Eight Questions for Frank Muytjens

Yesterday Frank Muytjens, head designer of menswear at J. Crew, came to San Francisco and we met up down at Sam's Grill for lunch. Though mass-market menswear isn't exactly Dwell's standard design fare, I was curious to hear what Muytjens makes of the contemporary design scene, what keeps him inspired, and how a Dutch clothing designer came to helm an American brand mired in decades of East Coast prep.
March 26, 2010
Aerial view of Palisade Bay. Courtesy Palisade Bay Team: Guy Nordenson and Associates, Catherine Seavitt Studio, Architecture Research Office.

Events this Weekend: 3.25-3.28

This weekend, check out the work of Dwell contributors and featured architects in exhibits around the world as well as new work by the Museum of Modern Art's architects-in-residence.
March 25, 2010
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