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  1. Before You Renovate
    Design 101

    Before You Renovate

    Finding the perfect home sometimes means creating it. Renovation can require as much effort in the planning as in the execution so you’ll need some patience—and you should arm yourself...

    written by: Shonquis Moreno
    10.03.09

  2. Joel Turkel on the Future of Prefab
    --The Future of

    Joel Turkel on the Future of Prefab

    The future of prefab is an increasingly nonarchitectural problem.

    written by: Joel Turkel
    10.03.09

  3. Discovering the Unmonitered Underground City

    Discovering the Unmonitered Underground City

    ill Brown leads participants on a guided tour through Montréal’s underground city, pointing out the locations of surveillance cameras and discussing the role of surveillance in public...

    10.03.09

  4. Gorillapod Flexible Tripod

    Gorillapod Flexible Tripod

    Even the steadiest of hands can give a little shake when the time comes to take a picture, but it can be a big pain to lug around a traditional tripod to keep your camera steady. The neat little...

    $21.95

  5. Michael Kubo at Boston's Pinkcomma
    Interviews

    Michael Kubo at Boston's Pinkcomma

    Hidden underground in an industrial warehouse in the South End, the pinkcomma gallery carves an alternative space in Boston's conventionally conservative design circle. I attended their latest...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    10.02.09

  6. Nuts and Bolts: Machine Made Man in Films from the Collection

    Nuts and Bolts: Machine Made Man in Films from the Collection

    Nuts and Bolts: Machine Made Man in Films from the Collection was created especially for Performa 09's celebration of the centenary of Futurism, after Performa Director RoseLee Goldberg approached...

    10.02.09

  7. Drawings & Objects by Architects

    Drawings & Objects by Architects

    ECAA announces its debut architectural exhibition entitled Drawings and Objects by Architects featuring unique and original drawings by several of the 20th Century’s most iconic architects:...

    10.02.09

  8. Radical Nature, Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009

    Radical Nature, Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009

    Radical Nature draws on ideas that have emerged out of Land Art, environmental activism, experimental architecture and utopianism. The exhibition is designed as one fantastical landscape, with each...

    10.02.09

  9. Dutch Design Week

    Dutch Design Week

    From October 17 through October 25 2009, Eindhoven presents the 8th edition of Dutch Design Week, the largest design event in the Netherlands. Around 1500 designers from home and abroad will show...

    10.02.09

  10. House of Cars: Innovation and the Parking Garage

    House of Cars: Innovation and the Parking Garage

    We have all spent time in parking garages, but we rarely stop to think about what they have meant for our cities and ourselves. House of Cars: Innovation and the Parking Garage explores the unique...

    10.02.09

  11. Friday Finds 10.2.09
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 10.2.09

    Ever wonder where the Dwell staff noodles online? Look no further—as part of our weekly series, Friday Finds, we present a sampling of links, from overly complicated robotic breakfast...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    10.02.09

  12. Future of Design Conference

    Future of Design Conference

    Thirty designers, critics and thinkers will come together to brainstorm about how design is evolving across various disciplines including architecture, landscape architecture, interactive,...

    10.02.09

  13. Miami Modern Metropolis:Paradise and Paradox in Midcentury Architecture and Planning- Book Launch

    Book signing and presentation by Allan Shulman, Editor of Miami Modern Metropolis, explores Miami's physical and cultural past to reveal how it has developed into a truly paradoxical city....

    10.02.09

  14. Live from London: Benjamin Hubert
    Travel Reports

    Live from London: Benjamin Hubert

    Benjamin Hubert has been busy since graduating with an industrial design degree from Loughborough University in 2006. At 100% Design last week, he launched a A year in the making, a collection of...

    written by: Charlotte West
    10.02.09

  15. Events This Weekend: 10.2-10.4
    Week in Review

    Events This Weekend: 10.2-10.4

    Each month in Dwell, we highlight the best of what’s happening In the Modern World in art and architecture, with a listing of our favorite exhibitions around the world. In our new weekly...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    10.01.09

  16. Sustainable Energy and Communities Summit

    Four panels—one each on art, environment, business, and workforce training and education—followed by a keynote address delivered by Chevron Energy Solutions CEO Jim Davis, address how...

    10.01.09

  17. Bauhaus Model Exhibition

    For the first time, the three German Bauhaus institutions are uniting to present a comprehensive exhibition about the Bauhaus, the influential school for art, design and architecture of the 20th...

    10.01.09

  18. Super Contemporary

    Super Contemporary

    Design Museum has joined forces with Beefeater 24 to celebrate the fearlessly progressive spirit of London's creative minds, past and present. At the heart of the exhibition are fifteen commissions...

    10.01.09

  19. Picture this!

    Picture this!

    2009 marks the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). To celebrate this milestone and the remarkable buildings which have resulted from architectural...

    10.01.09

  20. City as Gymnasium

    City as Gymnasium

    CUBE celebrates its 11th year by continuing to showcase cutting edge projects that explore the Urban Built Environment. Building on our well established reputation fusing together architecture,...

    10.01.09

  21. Meier 75

    Meier 75

    Meier 75 celebrates Richard Meier's promised gift of two architectural drawings of the J. Paul Getty Center in Los Angeles. Meier is presenting the works to Cooper-Hewitt on the occasion of his...

    10.01.09

  22. Asylum by Christopher Payne
    Books

    Asylum by Christopher Payne

    I got an advanced proof of Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals by architect and photographer Christopher Payne  some time ago. But not until I really glimpsed...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    10.01.09

  23. A Coastline Gem in Ogunquit, Maine
    Travel Reports

    A Coastline Gem in Ogunquit, Maine

    As I trekked northward to Maine last month for a lobster-filled weekend getaway, I stumbled upon the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.  A little ways from the shops and beach bustle of Shore...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    10.01.09

  24. The Birds and The Beavers
    Outdoor

    The Birds and The Beavers

    Connecticut birders happily swap their waterlogged Wellies and foggy field glass for the Wesleyan student–designed SplitFrame, a viewing platform in a former cranberry bog.

    written by: Amber Bravo
    10.01.09

  25. Cork Drop 12 Stools

    Cork Drop 12 Stools

    When a full-size chair is unneccesary and you just need a small place to sit, go for a simple, sexy stool. This high-density cork of this drop-shaped seat from Skram has a low-density detail strip...

    $364.00

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