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  1. Architect-Designed Chapels Create Modern-Day Places of Worship
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    Architect-Designed Chapels Create Modern-Day Places of Worship

    Following Dwell's February 2015 story exploring how modern architects design chapels, synagogues, mosques, and other places for worship, we've rounded up a few more stellar examples of the genre.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.27.15

  2. Finnish Embassy in Washington Receives Platinum LEED Certification
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    Finnish Embassy in Washington Receives Platinum LEED Certification

    The building, completed in 1994, is upgraded from gold status.

    written by: William Lamb
    01.23.15

  3. 8 Innovative Ceilings That Break the Mold
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    8 Innovative Ceilings That Break the Mold

    In the past few months, Dwell has published a bevy of buildings sporting show-stopping and technically complicated ceilings, proving that innovative design doesn't just happen at eye level.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.22.15

  4. A Modern Trailer is an Experiment in Small-Space Living
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    A Modern Trailer is an Experiment in Small-Space Living

    In Canada's Yukon Territory, a college instructor builds a lightweight, efficient 97-square-foot mobile dwelling.

    written by: William Lamb
    01.22.15

  5. Rojkind Arquitectos is Transforming Mexico City, One Whimsical Building at a Time
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    Rojkind Arquitectos is Transforming Mexico City, One Whimsical Building at a Time

    A firm with a daring sense of creativity text by puts its stamp on Mexico City.

    written by: William Lamb
    01.18.15

  6. French Architect Odile Decq Designs Captivating Museums, Yachts, and Fruit Bowls
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    French Architect Odile Decq Designs Captivating Museums, Yachts, and Fruit Bowls

    The award-winning French architect and urban planner discusses the joy of designing across many platforms.

    written by: Erika Heet
    01.18.15

  7. The Best Moments of Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2014
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    The Best Moments of Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2014

    America’s largest design event celebrates its most successful year yet.

    written by: Erika Heet
    photos by: Peter Williams
    01.18.15

  8. Postcard Set Tells the Story of Modern Architecture from A to Z
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    Postcard Set Tells the Story of Modern Architecture from A to Z

    With Archibet, Federico Babina playfully recreates signature works in the shape of letters corresponding to their creators.

    written by: William Lamb
    01.16.15

  9. Building Modern Schools in New York City
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    Building Modern Schools in New York City

    Architect Gavin Macrae-Gibson has designed dozens of educational spaces in New York City, from a renovation of the New York Public Library's Astor Hall entrance to PS 313, a new school in Sunnyside...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    01.15.15

  10. Multi-Family Development Suggests Possibilities for Urban Senior Housing
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    Multi-Family Development Suggests Possibilities for Urban Senior Housing

    Barbara Bestor's small lot subdivision housing development in Los Angeles may present an appealing solution for the urban-dwelling aging population.

    01.15.15

  11. Live Where You Work and Work Where You Live in Boundary-Blurring Vegas Tower
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    Live Where You Work and Work Where You Live in Boundary-Blurring Vegas Tower

    An innovative design by M-Rad Studio for Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project aims to rethink the live/work concept in Las Vegas.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    01.12.15

  12. Pair of Skyscrapers Sneak a 2,800-Plant Park into Milan
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    Pair of Skyscrapers Sneak a 2,800-Plant Park into Milan

    Two soaring, plant-filled towers suggest a new future for the city skyline.

    written by: Laura Rysman
    01.07.15

  13. A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs
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    A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs

    From early modular construction to a portfolio of homes based in the Midwest, we take a look at the prefab residences designed by America's most famous architect.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    01.07.15

  14. Most Memorable Quotes from Our Prefab Issue
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    Most Memorable Quotes from Our Prefab Issue

    Our prefab issue is chock-full of inspiring modular houses, from a family compound in Texas to a tall residential tower in New York City. We've gathered some of the most memorable moments here. And...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    01.06.15

  15. 8 Underrated Buildings Around the Globe
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    8 Underrated Buildings Around the Globe

    So-called starchitecture—and the backlash against it—may be the talk of the town in design circles, but ask a designer for his or her three favorite buildings and you'll get some surprisingly under...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.06.15

  16. Photos of the Week: Blue Walls Galore!
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    Photos of the Week: Blue Walls Galore!

    Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shots of the week. Last week, we asked our fans to post photos of their interior paint colors...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    01.05.15

  17. Habitat for Humanity Home in Kansas Channels Midcentury California
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    Habitat for Humanity Home in Kansas Channels Midcentury California

    El Dorado's Habitat for Humanity prototype brings Eichler-esque style to the prairie.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    01.04.15

  18. Your Road Trip's New Best Friend: 44-Square-Foot Prefab Trailer
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    Your Road Trip's New Best Friend: 44-Square-Foot Prefab Trailer

    A hybrid prefab trailer harnesses principles of mobility and modernist industrial design.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.02.15

  19. Students Dream Up Off-the-Grid Prefab Housing
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    Students Dream Up Off-the-Grid Prefab Housing

    Students present a prototype for ultra-green prefab housing.

    01.01.15

  20. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Indoor-Outdoor Living
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    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Indoor-Outdoor Living

    To celebrate 2014, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. Click through the slideshow to see readers' favorite structures that bring the outdoors in, and vice...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.30.14

  21. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Built on a Budget
    Houses We Love

    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Built on a Budget

    To celebrate 2014, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. Here, we've gathered the five most popular houses that were built affordably, from a family home in...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.28.14

  22. It Took Less Than a Month to Assemble this Entirely Modular Apartment Building in NYC
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    It Took Less Than a Month to Assemble this Entirely Modular Apartment Building in NYC

    Winning the race to build the tallest prefab building in New York City, Gluck+ assembles 28 affordable housing units in less than a month.

    12.26.14

  23. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Family-Friendly
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    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Family-Friendly

    To celebrate the year, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com in 2014. Here, we've gathered readers' five favorite family-friendly residences, from a bright Palo Alto home...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.25.14

  24. You Won't Believe That These Incredible Modern Buildings are Chapels and Synagogues
    In The Modern World

    You Won't Believe That These Incredible Modern Buildings are Chapels and Synagogues

    Following the advent of modernism, sacred architecture continues to reinvent religious expression.

    12.16.14

  25. Shigeru Ban Designs Temporary, Easy-to-Build Shelters for Disaster-Prone Areas
    In The Modern World

    Shigeru Ban Designs Temporary, Easy-to-Build Shelters for Disaster-Prone Areas

    Responding to the displacement caused by Typhoon Haiyan, architect Shigeru Ban designed a series of easy-to-build prefab shelters for the Philippines.

    written by: Erika Heet
    12.12.14

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