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Top 10 Houses on Dwell This Week

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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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  A Renovated Loft In SoHoConfronted with an historic loft in New York's SoHo district in need of an update, architects Bronwyn Breitner and Luigi Ciaccia executed a gut renovation to introduce more natural light throughout the interior while honoring the original character of the former industrial space. Photo by Frank Oudeman.  Photo by: Frank Oudeman | Otto Archive

    A Renovated Loft In SoHo

    Confronted with an historic loft in New York's SoHo district in need of an update, architects Bronwyn Breitner and Luigi Ciaccia executed a gut renovation to introduce more natural light throughout the interior while honoring the original character of the former industrial space. Photo by Frank Oudeman.

    Photo by: Frank Oudeman | Otto Archive

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  A Sophisticated Penthouse in Cape TownA view-filled waterfront penthouse in Cape Town, South Africa, turns to natural elements for design inspiration. Photo by Elsa Young.  Photo by: Elsa YoungCourtesy of: Elsa Young

    A Sophisticated Penthouse in Cape Town

    A view-filled waterfront penthouse in Cape Town, South Africa, turns to natural elements for design inspiration. Photo by Elsa Young.

    Photo by: Elsa Young

    Courtesy of: Elsa Young

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  A Sustainable Mid-Century Beach HouseThanks to a disciplined devotion to mid-century principles of design, a curator’s bachelor pad in the Hamptons is reborn. Photo by Jeff Heatley.  Courtesy of: Jeff Heatley

    A Sustainable Mid-Century Beach House

    Thanks to a disciplined devotion to mid-century principles of design, a curator’s bachelor pad in the Hamptons is reborn. Photo by Jeff Heatley.

    Courtesy of: Jeff Heatley

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  The JonathanTired of waiting for innovative architecture to come to San Diego, this proactive architect added developer to his job description, and brought it there himself. Photo by Randi Berez.  Photo by: Randi Berez

    The Jonathan

    Tired of waiting for innovative architecture to come to San Diego, this proactive architect added developer to his job description, and brought it there himself. Photo by Randi Berez.

    Photo by: Randi Berez

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  Small Box Home with Black Metal Facade in JapanDrawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi Yatabe’s new house is all in the family. Photo by Dean Kaufman.  Photo by: Dean Kaufman

    Small Box Home with Black Metal Facade in Japan

    Drawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi Yatabe’s new house is all in the family. Photo by Dean Kaufman.

    Photo by: Dean Kaufman

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  Park Street RenovationThe renovation of Katie and John Eller's Park Street Residence in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco began with a referral from a friend: "She said, 'I want your architect and your contractor,'" recalls Sarah Willmer, founder of Studio Sarah Willmer, Architecture. "Katie had heard so many renovation horror stories and saw that her friends were having such a good time with us; we just had a such a good rapport with her friend." Photo by Ken Gutmaker.

    Park Street Renovation

    The renovation of Katie and John Eller's Park Street Residence in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco began with a referral from a friend: "She said, 'I want your architect and your contractor,'" recalls Sarah Willmer, founder of Studio Sarah Willmer, Architecture. "Katie had heard so many renovation horror stories and saw that her friends were having such a good time with us; we just had a such a good rapport with her friend." Photo by Ken Gutmaker.

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  The Tiny Hollywood Home of Mad Men's Vincent KartheiserMad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser has all he needs in his compact, 580-square-foot Hollywood abode. Photo by Joe Pugliese.  Photo by: Joe PuglieseCourtesy of: Joe Pugliese

    The Tiny Hollywood Home of Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser

    Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser has all he needs in his compact, 580-square-foot Hollywood abode. Photo by Joe Pugliese.

    Photo by: Joe Pugliese

    Courtesy of: Joe Pugliese

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  Jens Risom's Block Island Family RetreatDesigner Jens Risom returns to his 1967 prefab off the coast of Rhode Island, readying it for his family's next generation. Photo by Floto + Warner.  Photo by: Floto + Warner

    Jens Risom's Block Island Family Retreat

    Designer Jens Risom returns to his 1967 prefab off the coast of Rhode Island, readying it for his family's next generation. Photo by Floto + Warner.

    Photo by: Floto + Warner

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  A Clever Belgian Couple Renovate Their Aging Brick HomeBy introducing chic new elements, a Belgian couple takes a gentle approach to transforming a tired house into a vibrant workshop. Photo by Tim Van de Velde.  Photo by: Tim Van de VeldeCourtesy of: Tim Van de Velde

    A Clever Belgian Couple Renovate Their Aging Brick Home

    By introducing chic new elements, a Belgian couple takes a gentle approach to transforming a tired house into a vibrant workshop. Photo by Tim Van de Velde.

    Photo by: Tim Van de Velde

    Courtesy of: Tim Van de Velde

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  Trailer FlashMost folks who kit out a vintage Airstream intend to take it on the road, but Burton Baldridge’s design—a hip new green room for one of the most respected music venues in Austin, Texas—is happy to stay put.

    Trailer Flash

    Most folks who kit out a vintage Airstream intend to take it on the road, but Burton Baldridge’s design—a hip new green room for one of the most respected music venues in Austin, Texas—is happy to stay put.

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