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Having lived in, and loved, a modern house built in 1954 in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood since buying it in 1996, architect...
The Day After
The election is finally over.
The Midcentury Home That Maintains Its Quirkiness After All These Years
Two designers restore a low-slung midcentury gem in Napa, California, by an unsung Bay Area modernist.
After a Fire, a Midcentury Home Rises from the Ashes
A tree house-inspired home takes advantage of the surrounding forest.
MAD’s After the Museum
A new exhibition at the Museum of Arts & Design is best described as an ecosystem, says MAD's Manager of Public Programs and...
The Highly Personal House of Danish Design Great Finn Juhl
Built in 1942, Finn Juhl’s home remains one of the greatest masterpieces of Danish design.
This Blackened Timber House Triumphantly Emerges After a Fire
A modern dwelling replaces a fallen farmhouse.
A Young Haitian Rebuilds After the Devastating Quake
In the wake of a catastrophic earthquake, a young Haitian photographer builds anew.
Photo of the Week: A Powdery View of the Calm After a Storm
Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shots of the week.
Beloved Midcentury Houses Examined After Decades of Wear and Tear
A new book looks at the evolution and adaptation of iconic midcentury modern houses in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Nobu Honolulu at Ward Village is Hawaii’s Most Sought-After New Restaurant
A new Nobu has opened its doors in Honolulu and is quickly becoming one of Hawaii’s most desirable new dining locales.
You'll Yearn For Summer After You See This Prefab Bar
Nicknamed the Green Lantern, this portable bar in Buenos Aires saves the day (and the night).
After Sandy, an NYC Designer Rehabs His Ruined Apartment—and Lends Neighbors a Hand with Theirs
The perks of having a designer in the co-op.
After a Year on the Market, Philip Johnson’s Wiley House Drops by $2 Million
The influence that Philip Johnson had on midcentury architecture in New Canaan, Connecticut is undeniable.
Hero or Villain? London’s Robin Hood Gardens Will Be Torn Down After Decades of Dividing Critics
An upcoming exhibit honors the soon-to-be-departed social housing mid-rise and Brutalist icon.
On a Street Named After a Local Film Legend, a Los Angeles Home Gets a Few New Lines
Linear sight lines and a game-changing terrace revamp a midcentury home in the Pacific Palisades.
A chalet shaped after the surrounding mountains of Les Jeurs.
From the Ashes
After a wildfire, a prefab home in California puts resilience first.
Penrose is Building a Design-Driven Coffee Brand
Named after the impossible Penrose Triangle, Dustin Roderick is building a coffee brand with his wife Samantha in search of the...
After a stealth makeover, a California Craftsman gains light, space, and a partial facelift.
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