A Mid-Century Manhattan Loft
- Our current model of efficiency is the live-work space, and everyone deserves their own modern version. Hint: Keep it clean, clutter-free, and bright.
- Space, light, and twists on color use define this collection of some of our favorite modern living rooms from issues past.
- Organization is key for the aficionados of crockery, records, cameras, and ceramics featured in the pages of Dwell.
- Jens Risom is enjoying his place in the canon of mid-century furniture designers while also distinguishing himself as a great contemporary designer.
Live/work is a theme that has resonated with us throughout our ten-year history, and we always delight in featuring spaces that do double duty. Inspired by this issue’s foray into the topic, we combed through our archives to find a few old favorites. From artists’ spaces to ergonomic chairs evaluated by the late designer Bill Stumpf, our series of articles and offerings delve a little deeper into the idea.
Mid-century industrial designer Russel Wright believed that the table was the center of the home. First designed over 60 years ago, the Russel Wright Residential Collection is available once again, crafted from durable, shatterproof melamine. Winner of the Good Design Award from the Museum of Modern Art (1953, 1954), the Residential Collection remains an icon of the 20th century––and now 21st century––home. BPA Free. Dishwasher safe.
- Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron scoured secondhand furniture purveyor Chairish to pick her favorite pieces, ranging from a walnut coffee table by design icon Jens Risom to a set of wooden…
- Whether housed inside a tightly packed apartment or an iconic mid-century abode, an interior space usually needs that special something to complete the room.