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Reasons to Love Design Made in America


From Alabama to Wyoming, every state has design worth celebrating. In our complete Dwell guide to American-made design, we've gathered our favorite creators, destinations, and landmarks in every state of the union. Pick up our May 2015 issue, on newsstands on April 14, for many more reasons to celebrate the good old U.S.A. Tell us what we missed in the comments!

Alaska. This condominium building brings a modern energy to Anchorage.
Arizona. ModFire produces midcentury-inspired outdoor fireplaces at its studio in Phoenix.
Florida. Husband-and-wife team Damm Design create sculptural lighting designs that beam with personality.
Georgia. ME Speak Design produce raw furniture and objects inspired by Japanese minimalism.
Honolulu IBM BuildingVladimir Ossipoff’s iconic IBM Building, with its graphic concrete sunshade cladding, is sited in...
Idaho. Boise's Neckar Coffee is an adorable pitstop for design enthusiasts to recharge over a cup of pour-over coffee.
Illinois. Chicago-based designer Steven Haulenbeek crafts furniture, lighting, and objects with a sculptor's touch.
Iowa. The School of Art & Art History at the University of Iowa was designed by Steven Holl in 2006.
Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center by De Leon & Primmer Architecture...
Louisiana. Based in New Orleans, Loomed NOLA produces hand-woven, organic Turkish textiles, from tea towels to blankets.
Maine. Ariela Kuh of ANK Ceramics forges lovely, long-lasting ceramic wares that beg to be admired.
Maryland. Goodwood Design's Garrett Brooks crafts simple, wooden furniture from his studio in Baltimore.