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The 33 Hottest Sales to Shop This Fourth of July
The only things more explosive than Fourth of July fireworks are these amazing sales on bedding, mattresses, appliances, home...
Get Organized and Productive With Our New Homework Collection From Modern by Dwell Magazine
After launching our new Dwell x Target collection back in December, we've continued to bring you modern pieces for your home that...
The Rise and Resurgence of the Great American Row House
Throughout U.S. history, the row house has endured and adapted as an underappreciated model for accessible urban housing.
How Can Higher Education Build a Better Architect?
In the 2010s, design/build programs were the cutting edge of architectural education.
The Only John Lautner Home in Anchorage Asks $1.2M
The Harpel Residence II is one of a select few homes the master architect designed outside of California.
Asking $220K, an Architect’s Handcrafted Earthen Home Seeks a Visionary Buyer in Vermont
Bob Chappelle used polystyrene panels, coated with mud and cement, to build the four-domed structure.
Neil Young and the Linc-Volt
Neil Young (yes, that Neil Young) envisions a time when the owners of formerly gas-guzzling land-yachts will be the masters of...
This V-Shaped House’s Front Courtyard Opens Up to the Neighborhood
In West Vancouver, Architecture Building Culture creates an inviting residence that makes the most of a tricky, triangular site.
Friday Finds 4.2.2010
This is how the Dwellians show you that we care—by sharing our prized Internet finds of the week.
Our Bedtime Routines: Rachel Bentley and Carly Nance, Founders of The Citizenry
When considering a home accessories collaboration, The Citizenry – a socially conscious decor brand that partners with artisans...
Part of an Epic Expansion, London’s V&A Museum Paves its Courtyard With 11,000 Porcelain Tiles
RIBA Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete and her firm AL_A has just completed Exhibition Road Quarter, the largest...
"Postmodernism" at the V&A Museum
"Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990," on view at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum through January 15th 2012, is the...
A look back at some of my favorite cameras
As a photographer, I love all types of cameras.
Happy Birthday, HVAC
Here's a random fact for the day: July 17, 2012, marks the 110th anniversary of the humble air conditioner.
‘Tis the Season to Win $5,000 in Custom-Made Prefabricated Railings from AGS Stainless on Dwell.com
Annual “Merry Modern Giveaway” Features the Best Modern Products of the Year – Including AGS Stainless Railings!
Architecture Reads on Google Books
Far be it from me to suggest you spend your spare computer time reading—those R. Kelly vids are certainly not going to watch...
These Self-Sufficient Island Cabins in Finland Have All the Comforts of Home
Designed for both work and play, this peaceful escape includes a traditional Finnish sauna and a workshop.
Alluring Meets Affordable With These 5 Chicago Prefabs
Despite its compact urban setting, prefab homes are becoming increasingly favored in Chicago, Illinois.
A Bright Mexican Home Brilliantly Weaves Nature Into its Design
In Mexico, a colorful home prioritizes nature by integrating four on-site trees into its layout.
V13K05 by Pasel Kuenzel Architects
V13K05 is a minimal residence located in Leiden, The Netherlands, designed by Pasel Kuenzel Architects.
Friday Finds 7.22.11
In our current issue, we explored design for families, ranging from multi-generational households to couples with young children.
A Home Inspired by the Stars Soars Off the Ground
This new retreat cantilevers over the Canadian forest for river views.
This Handcrafted Home in British Columbia Has Joyful Camp Vibes
The V-shaped lakefront retreat strikes a balance between privacy and welcoming a houseful of guests.
Cozy Up to the Great Outdoors With These Mountain Cabin Essentials
Our picks include a handmade coffee table, a kettle collection, and a Bauhaus-style bee hive.
Stay in a Domed, Glass-Front Vacation Home in a Spanish Forest
Nestled in a Mediterranean pine forest at the confluence of two rivers in Lledó, Spain, is El Caracol, a rustic-modern domed...
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Picture Yourself in This Modern Danish Houseboat Asking $923K
Docked in Copenhagen's Teglholmen harbor, this floating home combines nautical and industrial inspiration.
10 Midcentury Modern Headboards to Elevate Your Bedroom
Make a real statement with a midcentury modern headboard.
Cabin Vibes Get an Industrial Edge at This Brazilian Home
At Casa Granja V, a warehouse-inspired exterior gives way to folksy living spaces anchored by a library of 5,000 books.
Eco-Friendly Prefabs and the Modern Mobile Home: Spotlight on Jennifer Siegal
Los Angeles-based designer Jennifer Siegal proudly embraces prefabricated design—and is on a mission to remove negative...
Stay in This 3D-Printed Tiny House
In Amsterdam, DUS Architects create a recyclable urban retreat.
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Queer Eye’s New Furniture Collection Is the Best Thing You Can Buy at Walmart
Launched in partnership with
today, the Queer Eye Collection offers stylish and contemporary furnishings at an...
A Black Timber Tiny Home Brings Attitude to Amsterdam
Clad in wax-covered pine, this 645-square-foot dwelling is striking on the outside and endlessly charming on the inside.
Elevate Your Next Amsterdam Experience With This Unique Crane Rental
An eclectic Amsterdam apartment offers an elevated vacation experience in more ways than one.
An Astounding Steel-Clad Home Under a Railway Viaduct in London Asks $1.4M
An award-winning live/work space that currently holds a family residence and photography studio defies the constraints of the...