Collection by Kelsey Keith

Innovative Ceilings That Break the Mold

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In the past few months, Dwell has published a bevy of buildings sporting show-stopping and technically complicated ceilings, proving that innovative design doesn't just happen at eye level.

MAP restored the original kitchen cabinetry; the faucet is from Arwa.
The three-by-12-inch porcelain pieces are inspired by the industrial wood floors of the 1970s, but are of the moment...
In the open living and dining room of a hillside family home in Japan, Eames shell chairs surround a custom walnut...
The Bristol stool on the second story landing is by Modern Home.
The house's triangle pattern is also visible in the skylight hovering over the double-height main space.
The living room sports a panoply of wood: Douglas fir for the ceiling, hemlock for the walls, and stained oak for the...
The interior courtyard is a simple cave-like space with slits and fractures along the Qiblah wall that allow daylight...
Katrina Manzo explains the pair’s 44-square-foot mobile prototype as “both reductive and luxurious.” Its automotive...
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