Collection by Kelsey Keith

Green Homes from Dwell's April Outdoors Issue

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Dwell's April 2014 issue is now on newsstands—here's a sneak peek of the intelligent homes, outdoor products, and green building methods you'll see in its pages.

A small terrace outfitted with an H55 easy chair by Björn Hultén offers a view of the San Francisco Bay.
With input from her clients, Barensfeld used a computer to generate the circular patterns that were carved into a pair…
Though diminutive in size, Jerome A. Levin’s backyard structure has lofty ambitions. “I wanted to create a place that…
The landscape design, by Anna Boeschenstein of Grounded, followed a 2,200-square-foot extension by Formwork architects…
An outdoor shower in the lower courtyard includes most of the materials that define the project, including Cor-Ten…
Cox initially conceived the deck as a conventional surface for relaxing and entertaining. With the bench, however, he…
The Heids incorporated mostly native plants into the courtyard, which Andrew designed as an ovoid decagon. The George…
Surrounded by a canopy of trees, the house is bordered by a deep overhang that matches the width of the concrete…
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