We surveyed all 50 states of the good ol' USA to share these winning products for the holiday season. For hundreds more gift-giving ideas, pick up our Editor's Best 2015 special issue, now on newsstands.
Known for getting modern homes past Paris' restrictive zoning laws, French architecture firm Djuric Tardio Architectes' prefab designs are efficiently and expediently assembled on site—in one case, in as little as two weeks. While Dwell's December/January 2016 issue explores one of their most recent projects, we've gathered a selection of their designs here.
In our upcoming December/January 2016 issue, we feature a modern Palm Springs residence designed by architect Whitney Sander. The clients previously had been spending enormous sums to keep their house cool, and Sander's goal with the new build was to make serious energy savings. Here, he shares his advice for building a house that's environmentally savvy.
Your favorite at-home chef is known not only for his signature dishes, but also for his stocked kitchen. This holiday season, honor his talents in the kitchen by giving him something he doesn’t have in his cabinets, like heirloom-quality kitchen accessories that he'll cherish for years to come. These gifts will inspire new traditions in the kitchen, like passing down a treasured cooking accessory to a child or friend.
Explore some of our top picks for the at-home chef here and be sure to check out the full collection at the Dwell Store.
Famous for its sun-drenched glitziness, the City of Angels is also an epicenter of modernism, and features a multitude of homes designed or inspired by the likes of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and A. Quincy Jones.