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  1. The Full Spectrum: Josef Albers

    The Full Spectrum: Josef Albers

    For our first video in a three-part series about color, senior editor Aaron Britt drops by the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation to discuss the life and work of Josef, who is often referred to as the ...

    06.22.10

  2. The Full Spectrum: Herman Miller

    The Full Spectrum: Herman Miller

    In the final installment of our video series on color theory, senior editor Aaron Britt heads to Zeeland, Michigan, to tour Herman Miller's headquarters and get the skinny on color and material...

    09.13.10

  3. As You Light It: Leni Schwendinger

    As You Light It: Leni Schwendinger

    In our second installment of our series on lighting design we venture to Manhattan to see "lighting urbanist" Leni Schwendinger. From the terminals of Port Authority to the brights lights of Time...

    12.03.10

  4. Universal Design: Public Restrooms

    Universal Design: Public Restrooms

    In the first video of a two-part series, New York–based firm Smart Design examines the intersection between Universal Design principles and the limitations of public bathrooms.

    01.27.10

  5. As You Light It: Roll & Hill

    As You Light It: Roll & Hill

    For our third and last installment of our series on lighting design, we trek to Brooklyn for a round table discussion about the power of illumination with the creative minds behind Roll & Hill.

    12.31.10

  6. Coming Home

    Coming Home

    Famed photographer Bruce Weber branches out into the world of video with this fun-filled romp for Dedon's new outdoor collection.

    03.24.10

  7. Dwell Color Palette: Palette Four

    Dwell Color Palette: Palette Four

    For the last of four custom color palettes inspired by Corbusier's 1930s book, Polychromie Architecturale, Dwell founder Lara Deam selected Ralph Lauren's Bicycle Yellow as a vibrant counterpoin...

    01.05.10

  8. The Full Spectrum: Seize sur Vingt

    The Full Spectrum: Seize sur Vingt

    In the second of of a three-part video series on color theory, senior editor Aaron Britt visits designer James Jurney, founder and owner of Soho boutique Seize sur Vingt, to discuss the role of...

    07.29.10

  9. Universal Design: Public Bathrooms

    Universal Design: Public Bathrooms

    For the second offering of our two-part series on Universal Design, the folks from Smart head over to some public restrooms in New York, illustrating how principles outlined in the first video...

    03.11.10

  10. In Conversation with John Macleod

    In Conversation with John Macleod

    The two best restaurants Aaron Britt visited in Glasgow—in terms of both food and design—were the tony old Cafe Gandolfi and the newly opened Crabshakk. In this short video, he and owner /...

    06.16.10

  11. In Conversation with Graven Images

    In Conversation with Graven Images

    The best tour Senior Editor Aaron Britt got of Glasgow came, as one might expect, on foot. Ross Hunter and Jim Hamilton, two of the honchos at the multidisciplinary design firm Graven Images took...

    06.10.10

  12. In Conversation with Timorous Beasties

    In Conversation with Timorous Beasties

    One of Senior Editor Aaron Britt's favorite stops when in Glasgow was the textile, wallpaper and design showroom of Timorous Beasties. They've been making chic, cheeky goods for about two decades...

    06.14.10

  13. Dwell on Design 2010

    Dwell on Design 2010

    We present the sights and scene captured from the show floor of this year's Dwell on Design conference, checking in with a few of our exhibitors and partners, at the West Coast's largest design...

    08.10.10

  14. As You Light It: Jet Lag

    As You Light It: Jet Lag

    For the first installment of our new series investigating lighting design, we go behind the scenes of the Obie-award-winning play Jet Lag. The show, originally conceived by architects Elizabeth...

    10.26.10

  15. Modern Restaurants in Los Angeles

    Modern Restaurants in Los Angeles

    Chris Nichols, associate editor at Los Angeles Magazine, Googie expert, author, and all-around architectural steward, recommends modern Los Angeles restaurants that shouldn't be missed—even...

    06.21.10

  16. Teapots and Tea Kettles

    Teapots and Tea Kettles

    When I started entertaining at my upstate house I was stunned that many people don't drink coffee. Life without coffee? Never! But with more and more houseguests requesting tea, I decided to go a...

    03.10.10

  17. Tools of the Trade

    Tools of the Trade

    All serious cooks have one do-or-die utensil that they simply cannot live without—be it extralong ryoribashi or a dimpled copper pot for melting butter. We canvassed professionals and...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    01.02.10

  18. Shopping List

    Shopping List

    Whether you're looking for an industrial worktable or a toque blanche like the Swedish Chef's, sometimes you need professional-quality accoutrements for your kitchen. Help us build out the list by...

    02.02.10

  19. The São Paulo Scene

    The São Paulo Scene

    We are building a map of notable spots nestled within the wee-bit-overwhelming streets of Brazil's largest city. Help us add to it by nominating your favorite architectural landmarks, restaurants,...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    01.11.10

  20. The Best of Northern Light Fair 2010

    The Best of Northern Light Fair 2010

    The Northern Light Fair is held every year in conjunction with the Stockholm Furniture Fair. This year approximately 100 exhibitors demonstrating the latest in home lighting, LEDs, halogen lamps,...

    written by: Tiffany Orvet
    02.24.10

  21. Affordable Pop Art

    Affordable Pop Art

    One thing I am always asked about is where to find original art. Some of the earliest memories I have involve lining my bedroom walls with band posters, and I still carry that impulse with me when...

    03.03.10

  22. Turkey Day Tableware

    Turkey Day Tableware

    It's just about turkey time so in the spirit of the holiday, we've put together some of our favorite tableware and serving plates to ease the kitchen-to-dining room heavy lifting.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    11.22.10

  23. Speak for the Trees

    Speak for the Trees

    When it comes to building or renovating a house, one of the most important things to consider is the provenance of the materials—particularly in regards to sourcing responsibly harvested...

    12.31.09

  24. The World's Best Public Spaces

    The World's Best Public Spaces

    Here we present our favorite public places to linger, people watch, and take in nature’s bounty. We’ve gotten the ball rolling with our top picks—–expect sculpture parks and...

    05.12.10

  25. Mid-Century Furniture for Kids

    Mid-Century Furniture for Kids

    Twee Womb chairs and tiny Tulip tables are not a recent fad invented by design blogs and enterprising modern furniture manufacturers—kid-size replicas of iconic pieces have always been de...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    01.22.10

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