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  1. Zaha Hadid

    Zaha Hadid

    Zaha Hadid (1950- ) is amongst the most famous, celebrated, and reviled architects working today. Some criticize her work as insensitive to context and function--sculpture at the scale of...

    04.06.10

  2. Ye Rin Mok

    Born in Seoul, and currently residing in Los Angeles, Ye Rin Mok has taken photos for Bust, Monocle, Spin, and other publications. Her photos were prominently featured in the Lions Gate Film ...

    02.02.10

  3. Wooseop Hwang

    03.25.10

  4. Winifred Bird

    Winifred Bird

    Winifred Bird is a freelance journalist whose work focuses on nature and environmental issues. She has written for the Japan Times, Ode magazine, Mother Earth News, and Yale Environment 360, among...

    03.25.10

  5. Wilson Barr

    Wilson Barr

    Wilson Barr is the editorial intern at Dwell. He hails from the Napa Valley and attends Williams College where he studies political science and history. When not playing third base for the Dwell...

    06.28.10

  6. William Bostwick

    10.13.10

  7. Warren Platner

    Warren Platner

    Warren Platner was an American architect and designer known primarily for his mid-century modernist interior design and furniture. Platner was born in 1919 in Baltimore, Maryland, and studied...

    01.04.10

  8. Walter Gropius

    Walter Gropius

    It is nearly impossible to overstate the importance of Walter Gropius (1883-1969) to the development of modern architecture. He founded the Bauhaus with Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe where he trained...

    02.21.10

  9. Vladimir Ossipoff

    Vladimir Ossipoff

    Vladimir Ossipoff (1907-1998) spent most of his career working in Hawaii, and became the most significant modernist architect in the state's history. Ossipoff was born in Vladivostok, Russia, spent...

    02.05.10

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