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Artist's Dining Room in Valencia with Fringed Paper Walls

Paper artist Pierre Pozzi uses his signature material to wrap the dining room walls of his home in Valencia, Spain.
May 30, 2014
Barbican Digital Future

Digital Revolution: The Immersive Future of Art and Technology

The Barbican’s massive, genre-bending art and media showcase peers over the digital edge.
May 30, 2014
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5 Midwestern Renovations We Love

From a 19th-century stable in Chicago to a former one-room schoolhouse in Wisconsin, these renovations in the Midwest marry charming histories with modern sensibilities.
May 30, 2014
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Dwell Store’s First Pop-Up at Dwell on Design L.A.

The Dwell Store will present its first IRL pop-up store at Dwell on Design Los Angeles June 20–22. Check out the online Dwell Store for a collection of products that will be on hand and for sale, plus, a sneak peek at new home goods that will be introduced at DODLA.
May 30, 2014
Aram at 50

ARAM at 50: Golden Anniversary for a London Design Icon

Zeev Aram‘s Kings Road store introduced modern furniture to London.
May 29, 2014
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A Modern Preschool in San Francisco

Karen Curtiss of San Francisco architecture and design firm Red Dot Studio transforms a warehouse into a cheerful preschool.
May 29, 2014
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Weekend Getaway: The Roundhouse in Beacon, New York

A comfortable hotel spanning four buildings that date back to the early to mid-1800s is much-needed addition to the town of Beacon.
May 29, 2014
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A Renovated Tribeca Loft with a Modern Aesthetic

To revamp their loft in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, a family enlisted Matthew Miller of StudioLAB. Their goal: turn the dreary loft into a modern space that offers ample room for their three children to enjoy. Miller says the family knew exactly what they wanted to accomplish with their home’s new look. “We gutted everything,” Miller says. “It was important to keep a big open space where the living room, dining area, and kitchen flow into one another.”
May 28, 2014
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