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January 17, 2014
Dwell editors spend hours on the Internet to bring you the best homes and projects, from better ways to use your Gmail to dignified hospital design, here are some of our favorite links this week.
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  The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects: An elegant, brutalist building is integrated into the surrounding rocky landscape. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.

    The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects: An elegant, brutalist building is integrated into the surrounding rocky landscape. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.

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  Pukka Desk Brush: A handcrafted office desk brush by French designer Amaury Poudray with brand Andrée Jardin keeps things clean and classy. From Flodeau.

    Pukka Desk Brush: A handcrafted office desk brush by French designer Amaury Poudray with brand Andrée Jardin keeps things clean and classy. From Flodeau.

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  5 Gmail Friendly Tools that Help us Take Care of Business: We think the ladies behind OfaKind are pretty damn savvy, so we are more than willing to take their advice on making the most of our Gmail accounts. 

    5 Gmail Friendly Tools that Help us Take Care of Business: We think the ladies behind OfaKind are pretty damn savvy, so we are more than willing to take their advice on making the most of our Gmail accounts. 

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  Carolyn Meyer: Carolyn Meyer renders San Francisco and New York in hauntingly geometric paintings. 

    Carolyn Meyer: Carolyn Meyer renders San Francisco and New York in hauntingly geometric paintings. 

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  Design for Patient Dignity: Katie Treggiden interviews Tom Lloyd about the NHS/Design Council initiative “Design for Patient Dignity,” a project that examines and improves the lives of patients in hospitals. From Confessions of a Design Geek.

    Design for Patient Dignity: Katie Treggiden interviews Tom Lloyd about the NHS/Design Council initiative “Design for Patient Dignity,” a project that examines and improves the lives of patients in hospitals. From Confessions of a Design Geek.

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  Audi: Cars With Frickin’ Laser Beams: One of the benefits of living in the 21st Century is access to lasers. Audi’s new laser-beam powered headlights light up the road for up to a third of a mile and are three times brighter than LED lights.  From Design Milk.

    Audi: Cars With Frickin’ Laser Beams: One of the benefits of living in the 21st Century is access to lasers. Audi’s new laser-beam powered headlights light up the road for up to a third of a mile and are three times brighter than LED lights.  From Design Milk.

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  Women in Architecture Survey: According to the results of the Architect’s Journal Women in Architecture survey, the pay in the architecture field is still unequal and discrimination is common.
    Women in Architecture Survey: According to the results of the Architect’s Journal Women in Architecture survey, the pay in the architecture field is still unequal and discrimination is common.
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The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects: An elegant, brutalist building is integrated into the surrounding rocky landscape. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.

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