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September 19, 2013
As the weekend slowly draws to a near, we've gathered up ten of our most clicked on homes on Dwell this week for your perusal.
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  São Paulo architect Isay Weinfeld's Casa Deck offers cinematic vistas, a lush garden, and a retreat from Brazil's largest city. Photo by: Read the entire article here.  Photo by Matthew Williams.   This originally appeared in Cinematic Family Retreat in Brazil.

    São Paulo architect Isay Weinfeld's Casa Deck offers cinematic vistas, a lush garden, and a retreat from Brazil's largest city.

    Photo by:

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Matthew Williams.
    This originally appeared in Cinematic Family Retreat in Brazil.
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  With windows recycled from a Toronto skyscraper, Barerock is both rustic cabin and high-tech, eco-friendly retreat. Read the entire article here.    This originally appeared in Best in Glass.

    With windows recycled from a Toronto skyscraper, Barerock is both rustic cabin and high-tech, eco-friendly retreat.

    Read the entire article here.

    This originally appeared in Best in Glass.
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  What happens when the guest house becomes home? Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New Haven architects breathed new architectural life into the property they’ve inhabited for over thirty years. Photo by: Mark Mahaney Read the entire article here.  Photo by Mark Mahaney.   This originally appeared in Striking Angular Cottage in Connecticut.

    What happens when the guest house becomes home? Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New Haven architects breathed new architectural life into the property they’ve inhabited for over thirty years.

    Photo by: Mark Mahaney

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Mark Mahaney.
    This originally appeared in Striking Angular Cottage in Connecticut.
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  Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight to his toolbox to craft a Nakashima-inspired interior. Photo by: David Engelhardt Read the entire article here.    This originally appeared in Stacked .

    Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight to his toolbox to craft a Nakashima-inspired interior.

    Photo by: David Engelhardt

    Read the entire article here.

    This originally appeared in Stacked .
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  An American architect in Paris experiments with Corbusian perceptions of interior and exterior space. Photo by: Filippo Bamberghi Read the entire article here.

    An American architect in Paris experiments with Corbusian perceptions of interior and exterior space.

    Photo by: Filippo Bamberghi

    Read the entire article here.

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  Thanks to Los Angeles’s Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance, the developers of Auburn 7 were able to maximize their property’s potential. With a host of sustainable features, including solar power and a community garden, these row house–like homes provide new models for the ever-expanding metropolis. Photo by: Dave Lauridsen Read the entire article here.  Photo by Dave Lauridsen.   This originally appeared in Lucky 7.

    Thanks to Los Angeles’s Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance, the developers of Auburn 7 were able to maximize their property’s potential. With a host of sustainable features, including solar power and a community garden, these row house–like homes provide new models for the ever-expanding metropolis.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Dave Lauridsen.
    This originally appeared in Lucky 7.
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  A Bay Area landscape designer works her yard like a jigsaw puzzle, packing a bevy of distinctive destinations into a steep and diminutive plot. Photo by: Morgan Rachel Levy Read the entire article here.  Photo by Morgan Rachel Levy.   This originally appeared in Charming Weekend Cottage Renovation in Marin.

    A Bay Area landscape designer works her yard like a jigsaw puzzle, packing a bevy of distinctive destinations into a steep and diminutive plot.

    Photo by: Morgan Rachel Levy

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Morgan Rachel Levy.
    This originally appeared in Charming Weekend Cottage Renovation in Marin.
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  In January 2003, we issued a challenge to 16 architects: Design a modern prefab home for $200,000. Here’s the story of the house that resulted from that challenge—and what we learned along the way. Photo by: Roger Davies Read the entire article here.    This originally appeared in Five Open Decks.

    In January 2003, we issued a challenge to 16 architects: Design a modern prefab home for $200,000. Here’s the story of the house that resulted from that challenge—and what we learned along the way.

    Photo by: Roger Davies

    Read the entire article here.

    This originally appeared in Five Open Decks.
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  In the small village of Spannum, in the Dutch province of Friesland, Claudy Jongstra heads a felt-design studio whose modesty in process and material belie its overwhelming commercial appeal and architectural scale. Read the entire article here.  Photo by Adam Broomberg.   This originally appeared in Shear Talent.

    In the small village of Spannum, in the Dutch province of Friesland, Claudy Jongstra heads a felt-design studio whose modesty in process and material belie its overwhelming commercial appeal and architectural scale.

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Adam Broomberg.
    This originally appeared in Shear Talent.
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    Along with his wife, Stella, daughter, two sons, and nanny, Marco Boglione lives large in a split-level 8,600-square-foot open space that includes his entire business operation (factory, office and retail) and a rooftop garden. Photo by: Jacob Langvad Read the entire article here.  Photo by Jacob Langvad.   This originally appeared in Basic Living.

     

    Along with his wife, Stella, daughter, two sons, and nanny, Marco Boglione lives large in a split-level 8,600-square-foot open space that includes his entire business operation (factory, office and retail) and a rooftop garden.

    Photo by: Jacob Langvad

    Read the entire article here.

    Photo by Jacob Langvad.
    This originally appeared in Basic Living.
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Cinematic Family Retreat in São Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo architect Isay Weinfeld's Casa Deck offers cinematic vistas, a lush garden, and a retreat from Brazil's largest city.

Photo by:

Read the entire article here.

Photo by Matthew Williams.

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