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  1. The Foundry at Domus Orsoni
    Travel Reports

    The Foundry at Domus Orsoni

    While in Italy checking out the latest in tiles at Cersaie in Bologna, we took a day to train over to Venice and roam the waterways and were given the opportunity to visit the only foundry in the...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    10.13.10

  2. 10 x 10: Dwell & Arkitip Artist Series
    Event Spotlight

    10 x 10: Dwell & Arkitip Artist Series

    Please join Dwell this Friday, October 15th, as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary and debut 10 limited-edition serigraph prints. The prints are a collaboration with our friends at Arkitip and many...

    10.13.10

  3. Sacco Pouffe

    Sacco Pouffe

    Every beanbag chair slumped in the corner of a college dorm or kids' room owes its existence to a trio of mid-century Italian designers; Sacco is the first of its kind, and recently celebrated its...

    $605.00

  4. Sushi Pouf

    Sushi Pouf

    This. Pouffe. Is. Huge. Though Sushi comes in different sizes, this large round donut is more round mattress than circular ottoman. With that in mind, Edward van Vliet's statement piece would work...

    $5401.00

  5. Pumpkin Pouffe

    Pumpkin Pouffe

    The famed French designer Pierre Paulin made pouffe magic in 1969 with his perfectly curvaceous Pumpkin. Ligne Roset reissued the icon in 2008, and it comes in a myriad of colors.

    $1135.00

  6. Ernest Zig Zag Pouffe

    Ernest Zig Zag Pouffe

    Donna Wilson does textiles like no other designer out there today. Ernest is one of a pouffe trio—Frank and Henry complete the threesome—that showcase the Scottish lass's take on a...

    $542.00

  7. ZigZag Puff

    ZigZag Puff

    Though this is perhaps the pouf least come-hither-appealing for feet, Kettal's ZigZag goes well both indoors and out. There are custom covers to soften the surface for your feet, or make it a...

    $1228.00

  8. Play Pouffe

    Play Pouffe

    The Play collection from Paola Lenti comes in both indoor and outdoor models, but this pouf is strictly for the living room—not patio—set. Choose from a range of upholsteries, with a...

    $877.00

  9. Stainless Steel Tiffin Set

    Stainless Steel Tiffin Set

    Try as we might to keep an eye on our Tupperware, we have lost far too many generic containers to the depths of the office drying rack, yet plastic-bagging it is really even less appealing. With...

    $24.95

  10. "Beadle Architecture" Documentary

    "Beadle Architecture" Documentary

    Design Within Reach, Scottsdale AZ will host a documentary screening about Case Study House program architect Alfred Newman Beadle. Alfred Newman Beadle #28 in Arizona (later called Case Study...

    10.12.10

  11. Bazzeo Reception

    Bazzeo Reception

    Bazzeo, ODA Architecture, Dwell Media and our design partners invite you to an exclusive event for the launch of the fall/winter 2010 new product lines....

    10.12.10

  12. Stream A Necessary Ruin

    Stream A Necessary Ruin

    We screened it at Dwell on Design this year and I was part of another screening last month here for the San Francisco AIA's Architecture and the City festival, but now you can watch A...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    10.12.10

  13. Exploded View
    A Great Idea

    Exploded View

    There is so much rolled up in a building—form, function, historical reference, materials, craftsmanship—that developing a comprehensive opinion on its design can be daunting. If you...

    written by: Dan Maginn
    10.12.10

  14. Ill Communication
    --Done Wrong

    Ill Communication

    The Joneses went for a splashy starchitect to design their new home. Then things took a turn for the worse.

    written by: Dan Maginn
    10.12.10

  15. On the Level
    --Done Right

    On the Level

    Sadly there's no blueprint for how to best work with an architect. Follow the example of the Smiths, though, and you'll come out ahead.

    written by: Dan Maginn
    10.12.10

  16. Beyond Thunderdome
    --The Future of

    Beyond Thunderdome

    Ten years from now, a hundred, a thousand? Yeah, we know what architecture will look like then.

    written by: Dan Maginn
    10.12.10

  17. An Introduction to Architects
    Design 101

    An Introduction to Architects

    Aside from that mischievous caveperson in France who used a piece of charcoal to draw a line around some stick figures that suggested some kind of manmade shelter, it is generally acknowledged that...

    written by: Dan Maginn
    10.12.10

  18. Cork Wine Stopper, Pourer
    Product

    Cork Wine Stopper, Pourer

    As more wineries are turning away from cork to seal their blends, Normann-Copenhagen is bringing the wine stopper back to its origins with a new set of corks made from, but of course, cork.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    10.11.10

  19. High-Design Doors
    Product

    High-Design Doors

    Fifth-generation Italian manufacturer Lualdi just released its first collection of doors by American designers—namely by Dror Benshetrit, David Rockwell and Robert A.M. Stern. They're on pre...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    10.11.10

  20. Winners: Cleantech Corridor Competition
    A Great Idea

    Winners: Cleantech Corridor Competition

    We're excited to showcase the winners of the Los Angeles Cleantech Corridor and Green District Competition, sponsored by SCI-Arc and The Architect’s Newspaper. The competition asked a slew of...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    10.10.10

  21. Modern-Twist Coaster Notz

    Modern-Twist Coaster Notz

    Our approach to coasters might be a little bit backwards: We collect them because we love little concentrated bursts of pattern to lay about the house, and couldn't really care less about water...

    $23.00

  22. Handicapping Design Philadelphia
    Event Spotlight

    Handicapping Design Philadelphia

    Last night Design Philadelphia kicked off its 6th annual festival of art, architecture, and design. This year the event boasts over 150 events over 11 days, all aimed, as Design Philadelphia...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    10.08.10

  23. Curating with a Conscience
    Travel Reports

    Curating with a Conscience

    Upon entering Small Scale Big Change: New Architectures of Social Engagement‚ the latest exhibition from MoMA's Architecture and Design department‚ the tone of the exhibition is...

    written by: Diana Budds
    10.08.10

  24. Friday Finds 10.8.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 10.8.2010

    Spend your Friday afternoon meandering through a perfectly curated list of web picks from our beloved editors.

    written by: Fida Sleiman
    10.08.10

  25. Omhu Cane

    Omhu Cane

    In the midst of the near-constant stream of chairs, tableware, sofas and rugs, it can be rare to see a product which focuses on the specific needs of an aging population. Universal design is often...

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