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Ever Wanted to Tour Hearst Tower by Drone?
Ever Wanted to Tour Hearst Tower by Drone?
In this just-released video, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Norman Foster talks viewers through an aerial tour of Hearst Tower, which he designed in 2006.
Innovations in Prefab
Innovations in Prefab
We shine the spotlight on architect Whitney Sander, who will join us onstage at Dwell on Design Los Angeles in May to discuss what’s new in the industry.
No Assembly Required: A Minimalist, Solid-Wood Folding Table
No Assembly Required: A Minimalist, Solid-Wood Folding Table
Greycork, a new company based in Boston, promises a no-fuss spin on Internet furniture sales.
Bright, Local, and Sustainable: Wood Furniture by Staach
Bright, Local, and Sustainable: Wood Furniture by Staach
Rochester, New York–based Staach is a furniture design company that is committed to eco-conscious design, from the sustainably forested woods used in production, to the thoughtful...
1920s Bungalow Plus Modern Addition Equals Perfect Austin Home
1920s Bungalow Plus Modern Addition Equals Perfect Austin Home
A couple planning for an investment property in Austin ended up with a home that was too terrific to let go.
Susan Paley at CES
Susan Paley at CES
From the Internet of Things to connected cars and 3D printing, one of the masterminds behind the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones runs down the hottest trends at this year's CES.
Wearable Vintage Memphis Jewelry Taps Into Postmodern Revival
Wearable Vintage Memphis Jewelry Taps Into Postmodern Revival
A studio jewelry manufacturer founded in the 1980s opens its vault, selling the remaining stock from a trove of brooches, necklaces, and earrings designed by the Memphis Group.
Eero Saarinen's Giant 1957 Masterpiece in New Jersey Restored and Reimagined
Eero Saarinen's Giant 1957 Masterpiece in New Jersey Restored and Reimagined
The cutting edge of laboratory design when first built, Bell Labs is being revamped to fulfill a new role—bringing the city to the suburbs.
What We Were Talking about in Tech 10 Years Ago This Month: CD Storage and Cellular Headsets!
What We Were Talking about in Tech 10 Years Ago This Month: CD Storage and Cellular Headsets!
We revisit the tech products from our January/February 2005 issue.
August Delves Further Into The Internet of Things with WiFi Connection, Private API
August Delves Further Into The Internet of Things with WiFi Connection, Private API
Continuing the success of August, the Yves Béhar-designed blockbuster into the keyless entry market, rigorous industrial design comes to home connectivity.
Upcycled Furniture from a Los Angeles Studio
Upcycled Furniture from a Los Angeles Studio
Designer Patrick Cain draws on his engineering background to create unique modern pieces in metal, concrete, and wood.
Date Night for Architects: New York's Newest Restaurant with Design Cred
Date Night for Architects: New York's Newest Restaurant with Design Cred
A restrained interior by architect Annabelle Selldorf adds gravitas to restaurateur Danny Meyer's latest hotspot, Marta, inside the new Martha Washington hotel.
Pair of Skyscrapers Sneak a 2,800-Plant Park into Milan
Pair of Skyscrapers Sneak a 2,800-Plant Park into Milan
Two soaring, plant-filled towers suggest a new future for the city skyline.
Could You Find Your Dream Home in an Old Abandoned Workshop?
Could You Find Your Dream Home in an Old Abandoned Workshop?
Atelier Moderno renovated an old industrial building to create a luminous, modern home.
A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs
A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs
From early modular construction to a portfolio of homes based in the Midwest, we take a look at the prefab residences designed by America's most famous architect.
Stacked Shipping Container Apartment
Stacked Shipping Container Apartment
Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest.
Two Apartments Were Combined into This Inviting Brooklyn Home
Two Apartments Were Combined into This Inviting Brooklyn Home
In an industrial part of Brooklyn, architect Sarah Zames transforms two unremarkable apartments into one modern space full of color and texture.
L.A. Renovation Respects Midcentury Bones (While Adding Some Flair)
L.A. Renovation Respects Midcentury Bones (While Adding Some Flair)
A couple return their A. Quincy Jones house in Los Angeles to its former glory—and add some soul of their own.
Japanese Home Among the Trees Uses Bookshelves and Glass for Walls
Japanese Home Among the Trees Uses Bookshelves and Glass for Walls
An established Japanese architecture firm with a yen for porous, indoor-outdoor living spaces crafts a hilltop perch for a young family and the surrounding wildlife.
Photo of the Week: Bright White Kitchen With Wood Countertop
Photo of the Week: Bright White Kitchen With Wood Countertop
Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shot of the week.

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