Bamboo flooring and custom built-ins—fashioned from medium-density fiberboard with a white-lacquer finish—brightened...
The extra 500 sq ft of space from an attic remodel was the major perk of this home renovation.
The architecture firm L. McComber Itée demolished a sloping ceiling in this Montreal attic to create a bright, roomy...
10 Bright and Airy Modern Attic Renovations
If you are looking to add square footage—without a move—an attic renovation can be a fantastic solution.
Located in the Liberty-Hill Historic District, this complete modern renovation of a 1885 two unit Victorian interplays with the new light filled addition.
Small Space, Big Design
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron walks us through Dwell's November 2016 issue.
The Architect Next Door
In Halifax, Canada, this modern multi-use residence by Susan Fitzgerald Architecture fosters a sense of community through living,...
Midcentury Renovation in Portland Capitalizes on Nature with Seven Doors to the Outside
An interior designer in Portland updates a 1950s home by a celebrated local architect.
This Is How You Can Live Large in a Small Space
With clever storage and a retractable skylight, a London apartment feels larger than its 576 square feet.
How One Family of Three Does It All in 675 Square Feet
A growing family in Brooklyn downsizes their living space while expanding their collective quality of life.
At His 350-Square-Foot Apartment, Small Space Champion Graham Hill Practices What He Preaches
The seasoned micro-dweller challenges himself to downsize yet again.
In Russia, a bipartite modular system gives way to a contemporary country getaway.
In the living room, a 16-foot-wide sliding glass door opens onto a landscape designed by Rosedale Nurseries.
Tucked away on the edge of a nature preserve, a customized home breaks the prefab mold.
#F015 by Förstberg Ling
is a minimal interior located in Stockholm, Sweden, designed by Förstberg Ling.
Via Apartment Therapy, photo by Jesse David...
# House by ninkipen!
# House is a minimal home located in Osaka, Japan, designed by ninkipen!.
The bedroom takes up the small second floor of the house.
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