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.
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.
The Heids incorporated mostly native plants into the courtyard, which Andrew designed as an ovoid decagon.
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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