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Calle Segunda facade and balcony.

Most Popular Homes of 2015: Renovations

To celebrate 2015, we're rounding up the projects that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. Click through the slideshow to see readers' favorite home re-imaginings!
December 24, 2015
up to eleven pennsylvania shipping container steel prefab facade concrete foundation

Why 8 Architects Chose Prefab and Modular Designs

From the heart of Chicago to the Australian coast, prefab and modular approaches are proving to be more advantageous (if not necessary) as compared to traditional construction. These quotes, culled from our recent 2016 Prefab issue, cut to the heart of the architect's and client's thinking.
December 24, 2015
Huponome Ranch living room

House of the Week: Green Renovation for a Run-Down Farmhouse in California

Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest. Follow Dwell's Pinterest account for more daily design inspiration.
December 24, 2015
Modern house on Australia's Sunshine Coast

Modern House Captures Panoramic Views in Australia

Teeland Architects completes a minimalist home in a picturesque setting.
December 23, 2015
Outdoor living area with a fireplace at a renovated Pennsylvania Colonial

6 Modern Spaces for Entertaining and Hosting

From expansive, open spaces that blur to line between kitchen, living room, and dining room, to cozy seating around a fire pit, these six residences were made for gatherings of friends and family.
December 23, 2015
Modern beachside prefab home in Australia by Archiblox with colorbond ultra steel and queensland blue gum wood claddingon the facade

8 Prefab Beach Homes

Prefab and modular construction helped these homes arrive at some of the most coveted oceanfront locations in the world.
December 23, 2015
Fishers Island prefab interior living room

A Look at Hot-Rolled Steel in 5 Modern Homes

To attain a true industrial aesthetic, there's nothing better than the unique look and feel of hot-rolled industrial steel. Unlike cold-rolling, which requires extra processing at room temperature, hot-rolling shapes steel at blistering hot temperatures and requires no additional treatment. Hot-rolling typically produces a wider range of shapes as compared to cold-rolling, though with less rigorous tolerances for precision sizing. However, that hardly limits its application. From stairs to shelves, see its diverse uses in these five homes.
December 23, 2015
Exterior view of modern cottage in Maine

5 Classic New England Cottages with Modern Twists

See five daring updates on a famous Northeastern typology.
December 23, 2015
Facade of Quebec renovation by Naturehumaine.

A Bright Blue Kitchen Hides Within This Minimalist Quebec Renovation

Stripped to its original wooden structure, this house was reborn for a young family.
December 22, 2015
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