Dwell Magazine: March/April 2017
Back to the Garden
A globetrotting couple rebuild a Katrina-damaged residence by a famous midcentury New Orleans firm—on the very street where one...
Dwell and Dan Brunn Architecture Take an Unconventional Approach With Bridge House
Embodying innovations in technology, architecture, and lifestyle, the 200-foot-long residence in Hancock Park, Los Angeles will...
A couple reconfigure a dilapidated Brooklyn brownstone and prepare it for the 21st century.
Domino Effect: How a Bedroom Refresh Jump-Started a Whole-House Remodel For a Tech Exec
How a bedroom remodel jumped the threshold and inﬁltrated every room in the house.
Hot to Trot
In rural Canada, an architect imports an American typology to create a year-round refuge rooted in the landscape.
In Search of Alvin Lustig
Settling into a midcentury home in Los Angeles, a young couple celebrate its provenance: quite possibly a rare residential...
This New Old House
Danish design impresario Jens Martin Skibsted works with architect Jürgen Mayer H to update a Norwegian-style, 19th-century home...
An Eclectic Paciﬁc Northwest Cottage
For his latest collaboration with a repeat client, interior designer Brian Paquette burnishes an eclectic Paciﬁc Northwest...
In the depths of an ancient quarry in the south of France, a solitary chef nourishes travelers’ appetites for authenticity.
An Architect and His Preteen Daughter Built This Tiny Backyard Retreat Together
On Bainbridge Island, Jim and Hannah Cutler create a cabin for reading and working.
Can smarter materials and better engineering mitigate the risk of living near the sea?
Agricultural buildings inspire a remote getaway in eastern Canada.