Bruce worried about what to put in the double-height space above the kitchen table—–until he found these Tom Dixon–designed mirror balls. “They were installed at random and when William came over that evening, he said, ‘Fantastic, well done.’ So we left them like that.”  Photo 14 of 19 in How to Take a Dwell Photo
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Resolution: 4 Architecture designed a Fishers Island home with warm cedar siding and white windows as a nod to the regional New England vernacular.  Photo 16 of 19 in How to Take a Dwell Photo
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The exterior shot.

"This can be a great shot to take, especially at dawn or dusk where the interior lights are glowing and the sky is a nice dark blue. In the case of this Brooklyn apartment, however, the front of the apartment building was bang up against a four-lane road. The entrance looked great, though. 

There will always be some thing or other that gets in the way of what you had in mind, but don’t despair, there is always a shot to be had. Just be patient, look around and be creative. It will happen." —Matthew Williams  Photo 15 of 19 in How to Take a Dwell Photo
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