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Holiday Gift Guide: For the Person Who Has Everything

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We're kicking off a month of Dwell-approved holiday shopping lists with this roundup of the best unusual gifts to give your friends and relatives who seem to have it all.

Make a real impression on a hard-to-shop-for design lover with the purchase of an American architectural landmark,...
Monthly subscription boxes have been all the rage in 2013; this one from Svbscription takes a specialized approach,...
One way to bring joy to even the most serious adult's heart? A new bicycle.
Another tactic is perishable items that look good enough to display on a kitchen counter.
Games are never not a good idea. Plus, you can play them once the novelty of this year's Santa haul wears off.
Some people say you can't be too rich or too thin.
We know of a few Danish design icons: Hans Wegner wishbone chairs, Georg Jensen silver, Verner Panton pendant lighting..
One thing you can never have too much of is plantlife.
Instead of giving something tangible to someone who has it all, consider giving to someone who has very little.
Document all that gift-giving with Fujifilm's Instax camera, a bite-sized Polaroid-type camera with a case that looks...
For the literalist, these I-beam bookends will get the job done with heft and architectural influence.
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