Do It: The Compendium by Hans Ulrich Obrist
With his newest book, internationally renowned curator Hans Ulrich Obrist brings together 20 years of his do it project: an...
7 Iconic Chairs by Hans Wegner
Hans Wegner's name is synonymous with Danish design the world over, and his seemingly simple chair designs helped usher in an...
14 Subscription Boxes That Do the Work for You
Whether you’re a hiker, an oenophile, or a beauty enthusiast, there’s a subscription box for you.
Design Icon: 8 Buildings by Hans Hollein
The late, Pritzker-winning Viennese architect was a key proponent of postmodernism.
11 Van Conversion Companies That Will Do the Legwork for You
Get on the road faster by leaving the carpentry and wiring to the pros.
You Can Do It All in 450 Square Feet
“A strategy of extreme density was required,” says Michael Chen of Normal Projects, who along with partner Kari Anderson handled...
Do Bathtubs Belong in Bedrooms? These Dwellings Say “Yes”
Love it or hate it, bathtubs are making their way into the bedchamber.
What Are Eichler Homes and Why Do People Love Them?
If it's oozing with California midcentury-modern design—complete with wood paneling, gabled ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling glazed...
This Modern Farmhouse in Quebec Will Make You Do a Double Take
Thomas Balaban Architect (TBA) radically updates a traditional farmhouse and adds a cedar-clad addition that charms through...
How Much Could You Do with 270 Square Feet?
Taking its lead from a Swedish building code, a new book proposes ingenious concepts that can fit in 270 square feet.
The Things All Designers Do to Make Their Home a Happier Place
While we generally see ourselves as silver-lining kind of people, the reality is, bad days happen to good people.
The Pendleton Problem: When Does Cultural Appreciation Tip Into Appropriation?
Designers weigh in on the fine line that divides the two when it comes to home decor.
Do Malibu in Style With the Native Hotel, a Rejuvenated Hollywood Favorite
Bob Dylan, James Dean, and Marilyn Monroe are just a few of the superstar guests who have stayed at the midcentury property.
The Design Life: How Do the Dwell 24 See the World?
We surveyed our designers to find out—the results may surprise you.
A Seattle Inventor’s Home Does Double Duty as a Working Laboratory
Designed by Olson Kundig, this experimental residence is a testament to teamwork, sustainability, and a willingness to tinker...
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.
A Concrete Casita in Austin Does Double Duty as Guesthouse and Gear Storage
Ravel Architecture builds an efficient in-law unit in one family’s backyard out of board-formed concrete and steel.
Budget Breakdown: A Gloomy Apartment in Israel Does a Full 180 for $115K
Architect Michael Peled completely flips the layout of an apartment in Haifa to take advantage of treetop views.
Revitalize Your Bathroom With 18 Products That (Almost) Do the Work for You
Looking for the best products to organize and spruce up your space this spring? We’ve got you covered with our top picks for...
What Role Do iBuyers Play in a Volatile Real Estate Market?
The growth of tech-driven “instant buyers” speaks to their potential, but Zillow’s recent exit reveals the algorithms’...
Oyane by DO.DO.
Oyane is a minimalist ceramics shop located in Nagasaki, Japan, designed by Kei Harada of DO.DO..
We Need to Talk About Hygge—You’re Doing it Wrong
In Denmark, where it’s gray and rainy 179 days a year, hygge is knitted into the fabric of life.
This Can-Do Pool House Cleverly Goes From Private to Party Mode
Built to weather a harsh, mountain climate, this sleek pool house in Park City, Utah, transitions easily from private guesthouse...
Dwell Picks: 8 of Our Favorite Home Office Essentials That Do Work
Tune up your workspace this fall with these beloved picks from our team.
Modern Shed Launches a Go-Anywhere, Do-Anything Tiny House That Starts at $129K
The 220-square-foot DW can not only go off-grid— it’s eminently customizable for every live/work arrangement.
Does the Chicago of ‘The Bear’ Exist? (And Do We Care?)
The Chicago-y Chicagoness of the River North restaurant has been the subject of much discussion, which kind of ruins the fun of...
Ask an Expert: How Do I Make My Home More Energy-Efficient?
Three eco-conscious designers share simple ways to boost your home's energy efficiency.
It’s Time to Prune Your Houseplants: Here’s How the Experts Do It
Bloomscape’s resident “Plant Mom,” AKA horticulturalist Joyce Mast, gives us the scoop on how to prep your plant buddies for...
Do You Have the Next Amazing Airbnb Listing? Enter Our Contest Now
Announcing the Undiscovered Airbnb contest: Dwell is looking the world over for the next great stay.
Here Are 40 Things You Can Do if You’re “Social Distancing” at Home
2020 is canceled due to the new coronavirus—but here’s your opportunity to take advantage of time spent at home.
PISE Does It
From an ecological perspective, pneumatically impacted stabilized earth (PISE) is a nearly perfect building material.
14 “Before & After” Renovations in Portland That’ll Make You Do a Double Take
These dramatic transformations in the City of Roses kick dated features, dim spaces, and cramped rooms to the curb.
6 Things You Probably Didn’t Know Your Kitchen and Laundry Room Appliances Could Do
A tour of LG Signature’s chic showroom makes it clear that the company’s next-level collection of smart appliances can inject a...
Do It Yourself Bibles
If lean times mean better design, smarter design, then we're already feeling the benefits.
Can I Do This?
In the Can sofa, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are seeking to go beyond the creation of a practical, elegant, and comfortable design.
What Would Victor Do?
When deciding the future of restoration of a historic Denver property, the preservation-minded homeowners looked to the past for...

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