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The Most Popular Homes in Dwell: 21-40

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A few months ago we presented the 20 most popular homes ever to appear in Dwell. Here we share the long-awaited second installment, numbers 21 through 40.

Bach to the BeachWith authenticity and simplicity as their rallying cry, a Kiwi architect and his wife have built a...
The Porter cottage makes the most of its unwieldy site.
The Hupert-Kinmont house lies low in a century-old apple orchard, far from neighboring houses.
Though the front of this 1880s home in Adelaide, Australia, maintains a traditional facade due to strict heritage laws,...
The Blue Sky prototype house leads a second life as desert getaway for David McAdam and his partner Scott Smith.
At the client’s request the kitchen contains neither upper cabinets (Shino can’t reach them) nor an oven (they only...
The fully glazed southern facade, which forms one wall of the living room, cantilevers over a lower-level garage, which...
Like many similar homes of its era, the Serra Residence was small for today's family.
Moreland...
Lawrence relaxes in the master bedroom with a hand-rolled cigarette.
In an effort to keep the rooms as pure and spare as possible, Atherton and Keener forewent traditional moldings in...
Two-year-old Annika and five-year-old Soren make music on the "nap swing," a popular hangout spot for kids and adults...
Prince of TidesFor all the joys of beachfront living, it’s not without its risks.
Sleek frosted glass sliding doors partition off the back sleeping loft for privacy without impeding light.
The custom-made sofa in the open-plan living area, with its brass back detail, was originally going to be an Eames...
The Sub-Zero beverage chiller sits in easy proximity to the lounge area adjacent to the kitchen.
Surrounded on all sides by a sweeping Canadian hayfield, the 23.2 House is an angular ode to rural life.
The shipping containers were stacked, joined with steel tubes, and lashed to reinforced floor joints to make them...
Residents are allowed a small swath to plant gardens.
The framed aluminum of the corner window by Natralight breaks up the roof of recycled slate tiles, which is entirely of...
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