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The World's First Carbon-Positive Prefab House

Australian firm Archiblox has designed the world's first carbon-positive prefab. We take a tour of the space, which is currently on view in Melbourne's City Square.
February 10, 2015
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A Minimal, Metal-Clad Montreal House With A Hidden Courtyard

Architect Thomas Balaban creates a secret outdoor oasis within a Montreal house.
February 10, 2015
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The 10 Best-Designed Restaurants in America

At Dwell we're obsessed with eateries that treat their decor as carefully as their prix fixes. From Philadelphia to Palm Springs, these ten tantalizing restaurant designs are a feast for the eye.
February 10, 2015
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Going Green: 11 Ways to Design with Plants

We’re noticing a renewed focus on verdant interiors, incorporating everything from living walls to 1970s-style atria. Here are some favorites from our pages.
February 9, 2015
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House of the Week: Glass House with Unique Roofline

Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest. Follow Dwell's Pinterest account for more daily design inspiration.
February 9, 2015

Photo of the Week: Jars on Jars on Jars

Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shots of the week.
February 9, 2015
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A Transformative Attic Renovation in Montreal

Removing a sloping ceiling adds five feet of headroom to this brightened live-work space.
February 9, 2015
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7 Modern Backsplashes That Defy the Norm

From penny tile to raised relief to bold color, some backsplashes are distinctive enough to characterize an entire kitchen on their own. Here are a bunch of the best.
February 9, 2015
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We Found the Perfect Wallpaper and Lighting Combos for Your Living Room

“Two years ago, wallpaper was a hard sell,” says Brian Paquette, a Seattle-based interior designer. “Now clients are embracing it more—it becomes like art in a room.” With that in mind, we paired four standouts with wall sconces, lighting that requires an architectural eye and more planning than floor and table lamps.
February 9, 2015
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