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  1. Heather Bedding

    Heather Bedding

    These are sheer simplicity in a muted tone. The Heathered grey yarns woven into a soft cotton percale offer a nice bit of texture in a neutral hue.

    $55.00

  2. Porter Bedding

    Porter Bedding

    The Yankees aren't the only ones who look good in pinstripes; this set of bedding from Unison is a handsome pick.  

    $24.00

  3. On One Hand Bedding

    On One Hand Bedding

    For those active sleepers who annoy their bunkmates, this clever duvet keeps the fight mano a mano.  

    $275.00

  4. Oneway Bedding

    Oneway Bedding

    Oneway is an understated option for those who prefer to let the rest of their bedroom decor do the talking. Soft 200tc 100% certified organically grown cotton percale

    $40.00

  5. Friday Finds 3.26.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 3.26.2010

    We humbly offer our favorite links from the week, and we've got a little something for everyone: videos, archival photographs, DIY projects, sneak-attack drawings, and more.

    03.26.10

  6. Eight Questions for Frank Muytjens
    Interviews

    Eight Questions for Frank Muytjens

    Yesterday Frank Muytjens, head designer of menswear at J. Crew, came to San Francisco and we met up down at Sam's Grill for lunch. Though mass-market menswear isn't exactly Dwell's standard design...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.26.10

  7. Muji Compact Sofa

    Muji Compact Sofa

    There's no reason that saving space and saving money must come at the expense of stylish living. Muji's compact sofa is sans-arms and super suitable for a tight-squeeze apartment or small guest...

    $327.50

  8. Cultivating Appreciation
    Essay

    Cultivating Appreciation

    Sixty years ago it was Mies, Alvar, and Lou. Today it’s Zaha, Rem, and Renzo.

    written by: Charles Birnbaum
    03.25.10

  9. Underground House in Seoul
    House Tours

    Underground House in Seoul

    Architect Byoung Soo Cho’s Earth House is quite possibly one of the classiest dugouts ever built. Set amid peaceful woods and rice fields an hour east of Seoul, Korea, the subterranean...

    written by: Winifred Bird
    photos by: Wooseop Hwang
    03.25.10

  10. Events this Weekend: 3.25-3.28
    Week in Review

    Events this Weekend: 3.25-3.28

    This weekend, check out the work of Dwell contributors and featured architects in exhibits around the world as well as new work by the Museum of Modern Art's architects-in-residence.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    03.25.10

  11. Angle Shelf

    Angle Shelf

    What makes the Angle Shelf unique isn't necessarily what you choose to display on top, but instead what lies beneath: a geometric 3D form, sleek, structural and stuck to the wall. The bamboo...

  12. RIBA Winners
    Post

    RIBA Winners

    I was down in the mailroom today when I spied a copy of Architecture 09: RIBA Buildings of the Year, edited by Tony Chapman, which came out at the end of last year. Whenever I'm hard...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    03.24.10

  13. Site Specifics: Tallinn, Estonia

    Site Specifics: Tallinn, Estonia

    Since the fall of the USSR, Tallinn has managed to look unblinkingly to the future while still retaining vital elements of its past. A hotbed of northern art and design encircling a UNESCO World...

    03.24.10

  14. 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

  15. Sound Design
    Essay

    Sound Design

    Years ago, the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas won a design competition for an addition to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) by suggesting the entire museum be torn down and replaced. There...

    written by: Frances Anderton
    03.24.10

  16. Lumadessa Print

    Lumadessa Print

    Super deal alert! Maine-based artist Josh Brill is having a dot sale on some of his fantastic Flora Fauna prints. $10 will get you an 8"x10" that's the quality of the regular limited...

    $10.00

  17. Emiliano Granado
    Interviews

    Emiliano Granado

    Although photographer Emiliano Granado only took to the camera five years ago, he quickly mastered the arts of spatial and social portraiture. After taking courses at New York’s International...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    03.23.10

  18. A Complex Story
    Essay

    A Complex Story

    My father’s prefabricated housing project, Habitat ’67, broke ground in April of 1965. The building, which grew out of his bachelor’s thesis, came to be regarded as one of the...

    written by: Oren Safdie
    03.23.10

  19. A Carpenter's Tool Box
    Product

    A Carpenter's Tool Box

    I was a carpenter and architectural woodworker in Northern California for 12 years before sidestepping into a related writing, photography, and editing career in 1988. I’ve also been swinging...

    written by: Bruce Greenlaw
    photos by: Bruce Greenlaw
    03.23.10

  20. Site Specifics: San Diego, CA

    Site Specifics: San Diego, CA

    Nestled on the Pacific coastline, between Los Angeles's sprawl and the Mexican border, San Diego is a surprisingly design-forward town with a handful of modern masterpieces to prove it.

    03.23.10

  21. 1960s Cultural Landscapes Preserved

    1960s Cultural Landscapes Preserved

    Enjoy a special evening with two renowned authorities on Southern California modernism: architect and author Alan Hess (Googie, Googie Redux, Palm Springs Weekend, Oscar Niemeyer Buildings) and...

    03.23.10

  22. Operation Restore Defenestration

    Operation Restore Defenestration

    Whether it be positive or negative, people always have an opinion on the building that has furniture scurrying across its' walls on 6th and Howard.  Some people hate the blighted Hugo Hotel...

    03.23.10

  23. BKLYN Designs 2010

    BKLYN Designs 2010

    The jury has spoken – 45 of the borough’s top designers have been hand-picked by a prestigious panel of experts to exhibit at BKLYN DESIGNS™ 2010.  Now in its eighth year,...

    03.23.10

  24. Botanical Garden Pavilion
    Outdoor

    Botanical Garden Pavilion

    When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, architect and University of Kentucky lecturer Mike McKay felt the pull to go down to the Big Easy to help with a task that was anything but easy:...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    03.23.10

  25. Liberty of London Tumbler Set

    Liberty of London Tumbler Set

    Target's done a pretty nice job of collaborating with big names to bring unique collections to their superstores, and we're digging the recent Liberty of London treatment given to a range of...

    $23.99

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