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The Most Popular Homes in Dwell: 41-60

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We published and you read. Here's part three of our series on the most popular homes ever featured in Dwell. Find 1-20 here and 21-40 here. Flip through the following slideshow for 41-60, which features modern houses from Brooklyn to Great Britain, renovations to prefab, and more.

Darcy Miro and her son, Lucien, enjoy a moment in their new double-height living room.
Alex the Great The custom white-oak desk that Kurath designed for the office ably houses both Paul’s and Shoko’s...
The kitchen is from Ikea and the dining chairs by Arne Jacobsen, but the table is pure Bornstein.
The kitchen was originally long, narrow, and completely closed off from the rest of the apartment.
Hale and Maisie peer out of one of the living-room windows, from where Edmonds (pictured at left with Pippa) dreams...
The combination living, kitchen, and dining area hosts a Modernica Case Study day bed, an Eames Aluminum Group chair...
In the foreground are Float beanbag chairs and poufs from Paola Lenti.
The Arnolds’ bedroom and living area float over the hillside, the large windows allowing light to flood in from both...
Getting Oriented Made from pressed tree chippings and resin, oriented strand board is strong and durable and makes a...
"This was the most complex house I've ever done," says Smith of the residence, which is located on a corner lot in a...
The main living area.
As Østergaard says, “With a small house, you really consider everything you own.
The computer-designed kitchen area has the feel of a ship's galley, with everything neatly stowed, yet visible and...
Kim and Gabriella enjoy their kitchen, which spills out onto their backyard deck.
Cedar slats mark the facade of the Worple's lakefront vacation home in Ontario.
Ewing designed a floor-to-ceiling window to provide an expansive view while bathing her living room in natural light.
A monumental German climate map enlivens the dining area, which also sports CH 23 & CH 30 chairs by Hans Wegner.
In early May, I headed down to Texas to report the October 2011 issue Off the Grid story about a sustainable home in...
In the living room, Adams relaxes on a chair by designer Scot Laughton while Fleming plays banjo.
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