- We sifted through some past issues to find images of what some may argue to be the hardest working room in the house.
- Here at Dwell HQ in San Francisco, most of us reside in apartments and small ones at that, so we have a special place in our hearts for small space inspiration.
- From girders to grating, steel has long been a popular, highly recyclable, and relatively inexpensive material for architects, designers, and builders.
- From a pet bed to a bike rack, bent wood crops up in unexpected places.
These swiveling and sturdy multi-ply steam-bent wood chairs were created by German furniture designer Adam Stegner and were produced by Pagholz Flototto in the 1950s. They bear the manufacturer's mark, schulmobel, which is pressed into the wood.
From the creative foment of Brooklyn comes Della Valle Bernheimer, a young design firm committed to new forms of collaborating.
- In the heart of Atlanta, Shawn Moseley worked closely with designer Scott Ball to design and build his new house not ten minutes from downtown.
- Quebec City architect Pierre Thibault has designed three Habitats Légers, or Light Habitats—small structures installed in the landscape and meant as creative retreats.