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July 28, 2013
In this four-part series, explore modern hallway designs from Asia to North America sourced from the Dwell archives. Click here to view Part One and Two!
Modern home office with copper-covered walls

New Prospects

Dark, glossy wood paneled floors outfit this ten-years-in-the-making home in Brooklyn, New York. Down the hall, a copper-covered volume extends from the first floor, where it contains coat and shoe storage.

Photo by: Dustin Aksland

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Originally appeared in New Prospects
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neutral colored dining room with concrete walls and floors

Paint it Black

In this converted high-design home in Hamburg, Germany, Katja Winterhalder experimented with raw materials. “I’d call the suppliers and say, ‘Do you have something grayer?’ They thought I was crazy.” In the end, instead of a concrete look, the couple went with actual concrete—at a fifth of the price.

Photo by: Mark Seelen

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Originally appeared in Paint it Black
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Built-in wooden shelving units

Looking Inward

Paul Shozi saunters past the collection of books, pottery, and carvings that he and his wife have amassed throughout the years. Simple wooden built-in shelves house the various finds.

Photo by: Jessica Haye and Clark Hsiao

Originally appeared in Looking Inward
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Renovating Old and New in Barcelona

Dazzling turn-of-the-century tilework graces the flooring of this renovated family apartment in Barcelona, Spain.

Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

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Originally appeared in Renovating Old and New in Barcelona
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Modern home office with copper-covered walls

New Prospects

Dark, glossy wood paneled floors outfit this ten-years-in-the-making home in Brooklyn, New York. Down the hall, a copper-covered volume extends from the first floor, where it contains coat and shoe storage.

Photo by: Dustin Aksland

Photo by Dustin Aksland.

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