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Laetitia de Allegri

Laetitia de Allegri designs elegant everyday objects inspired by her Swiss roots.
February 25, 2015
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Sebastian Scherer

Berlin-based designer Sebastian Scherer understands intuitively the intersection of form and function.
February 25, 2015
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In Montreal, a Modern Addition Captures Views of the Horizon

A young firm updates a midcentury house with a contemporary two-story expansion.
February 25, 2015
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Maria Jeglinska

Polish designer Maria Jeglinska knows how to make a strong impression with minimal resources.
February 25, 2015
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5 Windows We Love

Today's dose of window inspiration ranges from the porthole-inspired to floor-to-ceiling.
February 25, 2015
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5 Serene Bedrooms

We'd sure love to nap in these inspired sleeping spaces.
February 25, 2015
Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile; Remota Hotel, designed by German del Sol

7 Resorts Off the Beaten Path

For modern adventurers, we submit seven remote resorts where you can truly escape it all.
February 25, 2015
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A New Book on the Los Angeles Development of Iconic Modernist Architect A. Quincy Jones

Architect and Dwell on Design Los Angeles speaker Cory Buckner’s forthcoming book, Crestwood Hills: The Chronicle of a Modern Utopia, revisits the obstacles faced by the Mutual Housing Association (MHA) in 1947, as they worked to develop a utopian, post–World War II community in Brentwood, California. The struggling Crestwood Hills project (originally called the Mutual Housing Tract) eventually put the MHA on the map as the only successful large-scale modern housing cooperative in the west. The cooperative hired Southern California modernist architects A. Quincy Jones and Whitney R. Smith to design 28 floor plans to offer its members.
February 25, 2015
Hella Jongerius addresses Design Indaba.

Highlight from Design Indaba 2015: Hella Jongerius

The Dutch designer made quite an impact today during her presentation at Design Indaba, Cape Town, South Africa’s premier conference focused on creativity, ideas and discourse. “I’m fighting for new industrial values,” she said. “There’s too much shit design, too much shopping without conscience.”
February 25, 2015
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