A Chair That Shows How Tech and Craft Come Together
Woodworking techniques meet 21st-century production in a bicoastal collaboration.
The American Way
New York–based designer Todd Bracher represents the United States at an important furniture fair in Germany.
What Lies Within America’s First Urban-Renewal Project
High-rise superblocks and identical clusters of row houses set apart from the urban grid have been much maligned as…
Modern Across America: Salt Lake City
In our Modern Across America issue, we spotlighted five American cities with design scenes worth watching. Despite its…
curio 7: trunk show
Sometimes one’s art can be simultaneously window and mirror: an escape hatch to another life, a reflection of the…
Photo Essay: American Landscape
Welcome to Modern In Denver’s photo essay series. In each issue of the magazine, we give a talented photographer free…
Show Us Your Modern by Dwell Magazine Decor
Show off the new collection in your home for the chance to be featured.
American Beauty
A Kansas architect unlocks the potential in an outdated 1950s home.
Monogram Modern Home Shows Some Southern Hospitality
Our latest stop in the Monogram Modern Home Tour took us to Atlanta, Georgia, where District Design Week at Westside…
Best in (Grad) Show 2016
Culled from art and design schools across the world, these top-notch student projects earned a spot on our honor roll.
How American Modernism Came to the Mountains
After World War II, Chicago’s design elite flocked to Aspen for ski and summer holidays, galvanizing the then-sleepy…
The Craft of the Master Cooper
Master Cooper Ramiro Herrera on what it takes to make a wine barrel.
From Denmark to Nepal—Masters of Their Crafts Unite
Ever since Danish design brand Menu was founded in 1976, they’ve stood strong behind their founding creative…
SFMoMA 75th Anniversary Show
Though the iconic Mario Botta building that houses the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has only graced the city's…
Craft & Vigor: Inside Design at Grovemade
In a small white unmarked building nestled quietly in Portland’s Central Eastside, a group of artisans hone their craft.
Airstream: Re-designing an American icon
Mobile + Home: what is so fascinating about the juxtaposition of these two seemingly irreconcilable words?
The Wong Show
Artworks often need open light-filled galleries that allow them to breathe, but sometimes they need intimate spaces to…
The Ungreening of America
We asked Charles Birnbaum to point us to five unique landscapes that we can still take a peek at. He explains: “I’ve…
American Trademarks
Eric Baker and Tyler Blik are a pair of noted graphic and identity designers, though perhaps their greatest legacy in…
The Arts and Crafts Movement
Manifesto: William Morris, “The Lesser Arts of Life” (1877)