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A small guesthouse designed by Lina Bo Bardi in 1964 for the Cirell House in São Paulo.

Dwell's Primer on Brazilian Modernism

In light of our coverage of influential architect Lina Bo Bardi in our December/January 2016 issue, we round up our past coverage of great Brazilian modernists.
January 8, 2016
Peter Muller-Munk Interior at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Discover the Most Prolific Modern Designer You've Never Heard Of

Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates the legacy of one of the last century's most overlooked industrial designers, Peter Muller-Munk.
January 7, 2016
Facade and front yard with native plants of Los Angeles renovation by Montalba Architects.

A California Ranch Renovation Opens to the Outdoors

When a family relocated to Los Angeles, they tapped Montalba Architects to revitalize this 2,400-square-foot home with a simple, open, minimal style in mind.
January 7, 2016
Fireplace and stairs in the Netherlands dune house

5 Bold Fireplaces That Make the Room

Dramatic fireplaces create both warmth and style.
January 7, 2016
Bathroom with a wood sauna and a freestanding tub

7 Saunas in Modern Homes

Whether it's to avoid the winter cold or just unwind, the sauna is the ideal retreat.
January 7, 2016
superior logic exterior open glass house

6 Modern Wisconsin Homes

It may be America's Dairyland, but Wisconsin's agricultural roots don't mean it lacks modern dwellings. Tour these six examples!
January 7, 2016
dialogue house back exterior

5 Modern Desert Homes

As Dwell revs up for its first-ever Scottsdale, Arizona, home tour from May 20-21, 2016, we showcase a few of our favorite Sonoran Desert dwellings. Submit your house or project before February 16 to be considered for a spot on the tour.
January 6, 2016
Chebogue Schoolhouse living room with window overlooking the ocean

Schoolhouses Turned into Modern Homes

Four cool takes on the converted school.
January 6, 2016
Wisconsin cabin with rainwater catchment system by Revelations Architects/Builders.

7 Modern Homes with Rainwater Collection Systems

When it comes to designing sustainably, there might be no easier resource to harness than water. Pulled from the sky, it can be stored indefinitely and easily used in fixtures like faucets and toilets, thereby cutting back on a home's environmental footprint.
January 6, 2016
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