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  1. 10 Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
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    10 Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings

    Ten buildings by the architectural legend were nominated to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The group contains the first works of modern architecture to be nominated by the U.S.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    01.30.15

  2. 10 Impressive New University Buildings
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    10 Impressive New University Buildings

    Think of these inspiring new additions to schools and universities around the world as teachable monuments.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    09.21.14

  3. 5 Casual Dining Rooms
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    5 Casual Dining Rooms

    A dining room doesn’t have to stay behind closed doors and for most, an extremely formal space isn’t only unnecessary, it is uncomfortable. Here, we present five casual dining rooms with a year...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    08.12.13

  4. 7 Preserved Modern Architecture Icons in Los Angeles
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    7 Preserved Modern Architecture Icons in Los Angeles

    The Los Angeles Conservancy announced the recipients of its 34th Annual Preservation Awards, and has honored architect and Googie preservationist, Alan Hess, with this year’s President’s Award....

    written by: Brandi Andres
    04.06.15

  5. 7 Statement-Making Trellises
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    7 Statement-Making Trellises

    These seven trellises contribute shade and passive cooling while making a bold impression.

    written by: Luke Hopping
    03.04.15

  6. A Frank Lloyd Wright Gem in Los Angeles Reopens to the Public
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    A Frank Lloyd Wright Gem in Los Angeles Reopens to the Public

    This weekend, Angelenos will have a rare chance to attend tours—at night!—at the famed architect’s iconic Hollyhock House.

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.10.15

  7. A Primer on Universal and Multigenerational Design
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    A Primer on Universal and Multigenerational Design

    One of architecture’s greatest functions is to increase the mobility and comfort of the people who use it. Here, learn how universal and multigenerational design can help those with special needs...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    02.20.14

  8. A Sneak Peek at the Broad Museum's Incredible Latticed Concrete Design
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    A Sneak Peek at the Broad Museum's Incredible Latticed Concrete Design

    The $140 million museum by Diller Scofidio + Renfro is an impressive feat of concrete, glass, and steel.

    written by: Brandi Andres
    02.21.15

  9. Accessible Frank Lloyd Wright House in Illinois Is Reborn as a Museum
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    Accessible Frank Lloyd Wright House in Illinois Is Reborn as a Museum

    Tours of the Ken and Phyllis Laurent House in Rockford, Wright's only accessible building, start June 7.

    written by: William Lamb
    04.24.14

  10. Acclaimed Architect Michael Graves Celebrates Firm's 50th Anniversary
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    Acclaimed Architect Michael Graves Celebrates Firm's 50th Anniversary

    A survey of greatest hits from the renowned architect's 50-year career.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    10.21.14

  11. An Exhibit Tells the Story of Legendary Design Brand Vitra
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    An Exhibit Tells the Story of Legendary Design Brand Vitra

    "Vitra—Design, Architecture, Communication: a European Project with American Roots" is on view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art through April 26.

    written by: William Lamb
    12.05.14

  12. Architecture Across Germany
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    Architecture Across Germany

    German architecture is known for its clean lines, cutting-edge design, and elements of play. Here, we share seven examples of architecture across the country.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.14.14

  13. Architecture Firm You Should Know: Höweler + Yoon
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    Architecture Firm You Should Know: Höweler + Yoon

    In our June 2015 issue, we visit the dwelling that Höweler + Yoon Architecture built to accommodate three generations of a tight-knit family in Virginia. In anticipation of the story, we take a...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    05.08.15

  14. Architecture Inspiration of the Day: Aqua Tower in Chicago
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    Architecture Inspiration of the Day: Aqua Tower in Chicago

    Completed in 2010, the Aqua Tower in Chicago by Studio Gang Architects is still worth admiring.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    05.22.15

  15. Architecture Off the Grid: Quirky Ice Huts Dot Canada's Frozen Lakes
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    Architecture Off the Grid: Quirky Ice Huts Dot Canada's Frozen Lakes

    These dwellings may be small, but they pack a lot of personality.

    written by: Alex Ronan
    photos by: Richard Johnson
    03.07.15

  16. Art from Architecture
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    Art from Architecture

    Highlight Gallery's new project, 3020 Laguna Street In Exitum, is open to the public for just one more day–tomorrow, Saturday, February 25, from 2:00 to 7:00 PM. So if you're in San Francisco...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    02.24.12

  17. Bold Modernist Architecture Across Africa
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    Bold Modernist Architecture Across Africa

    An exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum explores the modernist architecture that emerged in Central and Sub-Saharan Africa in the 60s. As many countries gained their independence, they began to...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    02.10.15

  18. 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

  19. Cheap and Chic: 3 Creative Interiors Featuring OSB
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    Cheap and Chic: 3 Creative Interiors Featuring OSB

    These three interiors make oriented strand board (OSB), a cheap material made of wood fragments, look luxe. For more examples of humble materials used in a high-end way, see our post on plywood in...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    07.08.13

  20. Decades Old, the Modernist Houses of New Zealand Have No Shortage of Charm
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    Decades Old, the Modernist Houses of New Zealand Have No Shortage of Charm

    In a new book, photographer Mary Gaudin gives readers an intimate tour of New Zealand's modernist houses, offering a look at the way residents have lived in and loved each one. From worn-in Eames...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    12.02.14

  21. Early Drawings by Famous Architects
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    Early Drawings by Famous Architects

    Early architectural drawings showcase established architects' creative explorations on paper.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    09.03.14

  22. Earth Day Inspiration: Prefab Pavilion Celebrates Nature in the Heart of Chicago
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    Earth Day Inspiration: Prefab Pavilion Celebrates Nature in the Heart of Chicago

    Completed in 2010, the Nature Boardwalk designed by Studio Gang Architects introduced a pavilion and boardwalk to a pond site at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. It also recast the area as a...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    04.22.15

  23. Editor’s Guide: Design in Helsinki
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    Editor’s Guide: Design in Helsinki

    Adding to our design itinerary in the Finnish capital with a whirlwind tour of the city’s vibrant furniture, industrial, and ceramics design scene.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    02.17.14

  24. Exhibit Showcases 10 Years of the Bjarke Ingels Group's Architecture
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    Exhibit Showcases 10 Years of the Bjarke Ingels Group's Architecture

    At Washington's National Building Museum, models and multimedia tell the story of the trendsetting Danish firm.

    written by: William Lamb
    01.29.15

  25. Get to Know the Winners of the 2015 National Design Awards
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    Get to Know the Winners of the 2015 National Design Awards

    The winners of the 16th annual National Design Awards, presented by Cooper Hewitt, include many Dwell favorites. Two former Dwell on Design keynote speakers, Michael Graves and Stephen Burks, were...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    05.05.15

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