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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Prefab
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    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Prefab

    To celebrate 2014, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. Here, five of the most-viewed prefabs, from an in-law unit in California to cabins for California's...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.26.14

  4. 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

  5. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Small Spaces
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    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Small Spaces

    To celebrate 2014, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. Here, a look at five tiny abodes, from a family's micro dwelling to a garage turned party space.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.24.14

  6. Most Popular Homes of 2014: Renovations
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    Most Popular Homes of 2014: Renovations

    The data is in! To celebrate 2014, we're rounding up the homes that were most popular on Dwell.com this year. First up, a look at the five renovations that readers loved, from a DIY transformation...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.23.14

  7. Stocking Stuffer Homes: Small, Mighty, and Under 1,000 Square Feet
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    Stocking Stuffer Homes: Small, Mighty, and Under 1,000 Square Feet

    Good things come in small packages: an important lesson to consider during the holiday season, and all year round, especially when crafting a modern abode.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.22.14

  8. Remaking New York's LGBT Community Center
    Renovation

    Remaking New York's LGBT Community Center

    A $9.2 million renovation looks to the future while preserving the past.

    written by: William Lamb
    photos by: Travis Mark
    12.21.14

  9. Enjoy the View Through These Gorgeous Glass Walls
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    Enjoy the View Through These Gorgeous Glass Walls

    Rather than blot out their scenery, these seven houses attain crystal-clear continuity between interior and exterior with sleek glass curtain walls.

    written by: Luke Hopping
    12.17.14

  10. Buy a Piece of American Modernism with These 8 For-Sale Homes
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    Buy a Piece of American Modernism with These 8 For-Sale Homes

    Peruse for-sale homes designed by America's best modern architects.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.17.14

  11. DIY Kitchen Renovation: IKEA Cabinet Hack
    Rooms We Love

    DIY Kitchen Renovation: IKEA Cabinet Hack

    In a centuries-old building in Montreal, Belgian architect and designer Gaeten Havart undertook a DIY kitchen renovation that makes the most of inexpensive materials.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    photos by: Alexi Hobbs
    12.17.14

  12. 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

  13. "Unfortunate" Shed Off a Modernist Home Becomes a Cozy Guesthouse
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    "Unfortunate" Shed Off a Modernist Home Becomes a Cozy Guesthouse

    An architect and an interior designer convert a dilapidated toolshed into a modern guesthouse.

    written by: Brian Bruegge
    photos by: Brian W. Ferry
    12.15.14

  14. Sourcing Guide for Modern Prefab Companies in Europe
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    Sourcing Guide for Modern Prefab Companies in Europe

    119 prefab builders made Dwell's annual list; now, check out some of their European counterparts in our roundup of prefab homes from Germany to Finland.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.12.14

  15. 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

  16. Amazing Transformation of a Musty Attic Into a Luminous Loft
    Finishing Touch

    Amazing Transformation of a Musty Attic Into a Luminous Loft

    In Seattle, an architect transforms a cramped space into a flexible family gathering spot.

    written by: William Lamb
    photos by: Ye-h Photography
    12.12.14

  17. Architects Dream Up Truly Inviting Housing Options for Aging Population
    In The Modern World

    Architects Dream Up Truly Inviting Housing Options for Aging Population

    New advancements in aging-in-place strategies provide a positive outlook for the long term.

    12.11.14

  18. A Transformative Duplex Renovation in Montreal
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    A Transformative Duplex Renovation in Montreal

    In the city's Villeray neighborhood, a cramped structure is recast as an open work-play space for a young family.

    written by: William Lamb
    12.11.14

  19. Plan to Repurpose Orange County Government Center, A Brutalist Masterpiece
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    Plan to Repurpose Orange County Government Center, A Brutalist Masterpiece

    Paul Rudolph's Brutalist masterpiece, the Orange County Government Center in Goshen, New York, has faced an uncertain future after closing in 2011 due to storm damage. To protect the structure from...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.11.14

  20. Adventurous Apartment Building Made of 36 Shipping Containers
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    Adventurous Apartment Building Made of 36 Shipping Containers

    Three dozen shipping containers find a safe port in a modern apartment building in Mexico.

    written by: Dora Sapunar
    12.10.14

  21. Passivhaus Institut Crosses Million-Square-Meter Threshold
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    Passivhaus Institut Crosses Million-Square-Meter Threshold

    The Passivhaus Institut in Darnstadt, Germany, announced today that a million square meters of interior space—or nearly 10.8 million square feet—have been certified as having met the passive house...

    written by: William Lamb
    12.09.14

  22. 28 Triangles Make Up This Hyper-Angular Family Home
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    28 Triangles Make Up This Hyper-Angular Family Home

    Fresh geometries inform a modular residence in Portland, Oregon.

    written by: Laura Mauk
    photos by: Cedric Angeles
    12.09.14

  23. Sustainable Second Homes
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    Sustainable Second Homes

    Therapeutic for the mind and the planet, these green getaways demonstrate how smart R&R balances comfort and conscientiousness.

    written by: Luke Hopping
    12.09.14

  24. Bright Kitchen Remodel Contrasts Bright White and Dark Wood
    Renovation

    Bright Kitchen Remodel Contrasts Bright White and Dark Wood

    By adding natural light and circulation to Frederic and Sally Pla's existing kitchen, designer Sol Quintana Wagoner achieved a comfortable atmosphere ideal for entertaining house guests.

    written by: Emily Shapiro
    12.09.14

  25. A Modern House in Rural Spain
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    A Modern House in Rural Spain

    In central Spain, a pair of architects craft a modern vacation home attuned to its pastoral setting.

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Fernando Guerra
    12.05.14

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