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  1. One Night Stand Sleeper Sofa

    One Night Stand Sleeper Sofa

    Available in  or rust wool blend.

    $1799.00

  2. Leaf Print Workshop with Mitsuru Koga

    Leaf Print Workshop with Mitsuru Koga

    Artist Mitsuru Koga will fly in from Japan to lead this workshop, which will take place over the course of two days. There are only eight spots available for each day, so make your reservation ASAP...

    08.04.09

  3. Vincent Twin Sleeper

    Vincent Twin Sleeper

    Available in linen.

    $999.00

  4. Fascinating Risom
    Profiles

    Fascinating Risom

    Jens Risom is enjoying his place in the canon of mid-century furniture designers while also distinguishing himself as a great contemporary designer. At 93, he shows no sign of putting down the...

    written by: Amber Bravo
    08.04.09

  5. Nomade-Express Day Bed

    Nomade-Express Day Bed

    Available in over 500 fabric options.

    $4150.00

  6. Design Taste
    Books

    Design Taste

    When we go out to eat, the environs are are often as much of a consideration as the food—if we just wanted to satisfy our hunger we'd eat a sandwich standing up at the kitchen counter. Dining...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.04.09

  7. Q & A with Max Lamb
    Interviews

    Q & A with Max Lamb

    The work of British designer Max Lamb oozes a wish-you-had-thought-of-that creativity. By playing with the design process—from creating pewter casts in the sand of a Cornwall beach, to...

    written by: Dwell Staff
    08.04.09

  8. One-to-Two Table

    One-to-Two Table

    One-to-Two is sold as a pair of foldable trestle table legs in solid European oak and powder-coated steel. The flat-pack design by Nathalie Nebout for British brand Thorsten Van Elten allows you to...

  9. Urban Usonian
    House Tours

    Urban Usonian

    It might have seemed like an oxymoron to Frank Lloyd Wright, but it’s a reality in this Boston photographer’s flat, designed to fit into a preexisting 1,500-square-foot space.

    written by: Sam Grawe
    photos by: Kent Dayton
    08.03.09

  10. Design Glut's Hookmaker
    Product

    Design Glut's Hookmaker

    The entrepreneurial pair at Design Glut has been building a great archive on their site of interviews they've conducted with designers of all kinds. It's a really nice approach to giving readers an...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.03.09

  11. Lace in Translation

    Lace in Translation

    The Design Center (TDC) has commissioned three internationally-renowned artists and designers – whose works are often inspired by traditional lace imagery – to mine its historic Quaker...

    08.03.09

  12. The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners

    The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners

    This is a retrospective of the work of Pritzker Prize–winning architect Norman Foster and his architectural firm, Foster + Partners. The exhibition is scheduled to coincide with the grand...

    08.03.09

  13. Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection

    Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection

    This exhibition will include approximately 40 garments from the collection of Mary Baskett, an art dealer and former curator of prints at the Cincinnati Art Museum who has been collecting and...

    08.03.09

  14. Lorna Blaine Halper: The Space Between

    Lorna Blaine Halper: The Space Between

    In this solo exhibition of Black Mountain artist Lorna Blaine Halper (1924- ), drawings, sculptures, and paintings will be on view, beginning with works created during from her time at Black...

    08.03.09

  15. From Towers to Teakettles: Michael Graves Architecture and Design

    From Towers to Teakettles: Michael Graves Architecture and Design

    This exhibition will showcase Graves's style and will also focus on the roles of context, accessibility, and total design in his work....

    08.03.09

  16. Ten Darling Apartment Building
    Post

    Ten Darling Apartment Building

    When you live in an apartment, the surrounding city becomes an extension of your home. The nearby parks act as your backyard. The local coffee shop is your reading room. In South Yarra, a bustling...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.03.09

  17. Waverly Lowell on Greenwood Common
    Books

    Waverly Lowell on Greenwood Common

    Last week I posted about three new books from William Stout Publishers, one of which is Living Modern: A Biography of Greenwood Commons by Waverly B. Lowell.

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.03.09

  18. Hive Design
    Food

    Hive Design

    The recent disappearance of vast numbers of worker bees from their colonies sounded an unexpectedly resonant ecological alarm. It quickly became clear—to beekeepers, scientists, and the...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    08.02.09

  19. Counter, Bar, and Record Stools

    Counter, Bar, and Record Stools

    Woodworker and sculptor Christopher Kurtz designed this set of stools from domestic hardwoods, locally sourced in New York state and handcrafted in his Hudson Valley studio. Clean lines and sollid...

  20. The Self-Sufficient City
    Post

    The Self-Sufficient City

    In modern home design, going green is no longer the exception but the norm. While we've summited this hill, there's still an ominous mountain before us: off-the-grid cities. For the third Advanced...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.01.09

  21. Blofield Inflatable Chesterfield

    Blofield Inflatable Chesterfield

    Dutch design company Blofield—not to be confused with the evil genius Bond villain of nearly identical name—has taken the traditional English Chesterfield and pumped it full of hot air....

    $379.00

  22. Remaking the Past: Simon Watts
    Interviews

    Remaking the Past: Simon Watts

    In June 2003, Simon Watts, a San Francisco furniture maker and author of the book Building a Houseful of Furniture, returned from vacation and was stunned to find his apartment of 15 years...

    written by: Andrew Wagner
    photos by: Douglas Adesko
    07.31.09

  23. Two Houses Are Better Than One
    House Tours

    Two Houses Are Better Than One

    Or is one house better than two? For Santa Monica–based architect Jesse Bornstein and his family, both are true.

    written by: David A. Greene
    photos by: Catherine Ledner
    07.31.09

  24. Anthony Vidler with Architects Hitoshi Abe, Eric Owen Moss, Wolf Prix, and Others

    Historian and critic Anthony Vidler will discuss the work of both Schindler and Neutra, and will then preside over a panel discussion with architects Hitoshi Abe, Peter Cook, Eric Owen Moss, Thom...

    07.31.09

  25. Public Fruit Jam 2009

    Public Fruit Jam 2009

    Machine Project and Fallen Fruit Collective unite to present this communal jam-making session/workshop. Bring along your home-grown or public fruit and any clean, empty glass jars you have. At the...

    07.31.09

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