Preview: The July/August Made in America Issue!

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June 24, 2013
Dwell goes coast to coast with our annual Made in America issue. We share the newest US-made products and up-and-coming designers that keep our local industries buzzing. Plus, we visit homes in Alaska, Hawaii, Kansas, and even Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston’s beach home in San Diego. Find it on newsstands now or order a digital edition. And, enjoy a sneak peek here!
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  Our July/August issue is on newsstands now!

    Our July/August issue is on newsstands now!

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  House for a Musher A modern cabin in Alaska features charred cedar, clean lines, and a four-time Iditarod winner’s 100-plus dogs. Photos by: Kamil Bialous  Photo by: Kamil Bialous
     
    A modern cabin in Alaska features charred cedar, clean lines, and a four-time Iditarod winner’s 100-plus dogs. Photos by: Kamil Bialous

    Photo by: Kamil Bialous

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  Into the Fold A pair of Slovakian expats open the doors (and enormous roof!) to their airy Hawaiian home. Photos by: Cristobal Palma
    Into the Fold
     
    A pair of Slovakian expats open the doors (and enormous roof!) to their airy Hawaiian home. Photos by: Cristobal Palma
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  We Love New York A Tribeca loft stays sunny with a series of ingenious skylights and a couple’s collection of Americana. Photos by: João Canziani
    We Love New York
     
    A Tribeca loft stays sunny with a series of ingenious skylights and a couple’s collection of Americana. Photos by: João Canziani
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  It’s a Family Affair A pair of brothers built a LEED-certified home in San Diego for all three of the generations in their family. Photos by: Ye Rin Mok
    It’s a Family Affair
     
    A pair of brothers built a LEED-certified home in San Diego for all three of the generations in their family. Photos by: Ye Rin Mok
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  At Home with Bryan Cranston Designer John A. Turturro and Bryan Henson of Allen Associates helped Bryan Cranston renovate his “love shack” on the beach into a sustainable, modern design. Photos by: Art Streiber  Photo by: Art Streiber
     
    Designer John A. Turturro and Bryan Henson of Allen Associates helped Bryan Cranston renovate his “love shack” on the beach into a sustainable, modern design. Photos by: Art Streiber

    Photo by: Art Streiber

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  Earth Moves A rammed-earth home in Corrales, New Mexico, by Studio eM design, pays homage to the rural region’s past while looking at its future. Photos by Kiki Gittings
     
    A rammed-earth home in Corrales, New Mexico, by Studio eM design, pays homage to the rural region’s past while looking at its future. Photos by Kiki Gittings
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  Plus don’t miss six pages of the best domestic technology in The Smartest Home, a Detroit brand looking to revitalize the former industrial city, and a trio of design studios from each region of the good ol’ U.S.A. Photo by: Nathaniel Wood  Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    Plus don’t miss six pages of the best domestic technology in The Smartest Home, a Detroit brand looking to revitalize the former industrial city, and a trio of design studios from each region of the good ol’ U.S.A. Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

    Photo by: Nathaniel Wood

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