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  1. Beer Craft Winners
    Dwell on Design

    Beer Craft Winners

    In anticipation of the talk at Dwell on Design given by writer William Bostwick and designer Jessi Rymill of the excellent home brew/beer nerd book Beer Craft, we decided to give away a handful of...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    07.06.11

  2. Origin Stories
    We Recommend

    Origin Stories

    Newly published monograph The Design 
Work of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby 
offers the inside account behind the British 
duo’s expansive portfolio.

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    07.12.11

  3. Bookshelf Basics
    Books

    Bookshelf Basics

    Classic or contemporary, these titles are guaranteed to appeal to burgeoning bookworms of the modernist sort.

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    07.29.11

  4. Favorite Play! Spaces
    Books

    Favorite Play! Spaces

    We love to play and love places that celebrate our inner, creative, kidlike selves—we dedicated our July/August 2011 issue to the subjects of families, kids, and play after all. The editors...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    07.28.11

  5. Future Beauty
    Books

    Future Beauty

    Because the September 2011 issue is dedicated to the influence of Japanese design (architecture, craft, and industrial design primarily), we'd be utterly remiss if we didn't give a nod to the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.03.11

  6. City Notes: San Francisco
    Books

    City Notes: San Francisco

    A very unusual guide book came across my desk last week. And though City Notes: San Francisco by Jesse Coburn from Terry Warner Press is certainly a beautiful object (dig the clean design by Martin...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.09.11

  7. Knoll Textiles
    Books

    Knoll Textiles

    The roster of furniture designers who have graced the factories of Knoll is startling: Saarinen, Platner, Bertoia, Breuer. But the textile designers like Marianne Strengell, Evelyn Hill...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.22.11

  8. The Toaster Project
    Interviews

    The Toaster Project

    One of the most exciting books to come across my desk in the last while is designer Thomas Thwaites' incredible The Toaster Project: Or a Heroic Attempt to Build a Simple Electric Appliance from...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    10.24.11

  9. A Visit to HAY Copenhagen
    Travel Reports

    A Visit to HAY Copenhagen

    I just returned to the office from a trip to Copenhagen spent reporting a handful of stories for the magazine and scouting future projects. A highlight of the trip was my visit to HAY, a fantastic...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    11.15.11

  10. Surveying Frieze New York
    Post

    Surveying Frieze New York

    Fact #1: New Yorkers are more allergic to bridges and tunnels than plants and trees. Fact #2: Manhattanites generally enjoy exploring other boroughs as much as they like the Times Square...

    written by: Faith-Ann Young
    05.12.12

  11. Books and Films

    Books and Films

    Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe: Although I gave up writing Christmas lists long ago, the following is what I would ask for if I were writing to Santa today. I can quite literally spend many hours...

    written by: Sam Grawe
    11.20.09

  12. For the Design Scholar

    For the Design Scholar

    Contributing Blogger Tiffany Chu: If your second home is the library and your first home the studio desk, there's probably an academic cornucopia of design supplies that you've been yearning for...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    12.13.09

  13. 2010 Books by Dwell Contributors

    2010 Books by Dwell Contributors

    Though we love to love our many talented contributors in the pages of Dwell, we figured that the fine work they do merits a special shout-out. So should you be shopping for a Dwell-lover, consider...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    12.14.10

  14. No More Rules: Graphic Design and Postmodernism

    No More Rules: Graphic Design and Postmodernism

    Poynor provides readers with a compre-hensive overview of the origins of graphic design, postmodernism, and deconstructionism in the digital age.

  15. 79 Short Essays on Design

    79 Short Essays on Design

    Using wide-ranging topics including business, art, economics, history, war, politics, film, and books, Bierut explores the relationship between graphic design and the ...

  16. Thinking with Type

    Thinking with Type

    Lupton’s encyclopedic knowledge of typographic form and history endows her writing with a supreme readability. This book, written as a primer for design students, should be required reading for...

  17. Cities of Tomorrow: An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design in the Twentieth Century

    Cities of Tomorrow: An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design in the Twentieth Century

    An exhaustive history of modern Western urban-planning theory and practice, Cities of Tomorrow tackles everything from major figures and events that shaped 20th-century urban life to fundamental...

  18. Prefab Prototypes: Site-Specific Design for Offsite Construction

    Prefab Prototypes: Site-Specific Design for Offsite Construction

    A detailed guide to six different prefab systems, weighing the pros and cons of each and explaining how they work.

  19. Jugs Bookmark

    Jugs Bookmark

    Put aside your Kindle, pick up a good old fashioned hardback, and keep your place without folding over the page or fumbling for a paper scrap from your bedside table. Chelsea Klein's line of...

    $9.00

  20. Beyond the Bubble: The New Japanese Architecture

    Beyond the Bubble: The New Japanese Architecture

    It’s well documented that Japan replaces its building stock at an astonishing rate—the average life of a house is a mere 25 years. With that in mind, this attractive book examines...

    $79.95

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