Color 101: Hueless
Most modernists find color as attractive as traditional Tudors.
Designed Around Native Trees, John Lautner’s Wolff Residence Just Sold for $5.9M
Lautner designed this masterpiece of organic architecture in 1961—and it just got snapped up by a Hearst family heiress.
15 Butterfly Roofs That Set the Heart Aflutter
Since its invention by Le Corbusier in 1930, the butterfly roof has endured as a dramatic architectural feature.
Getting in Lockstep
Level Home’s smart locks pair high design with an intuitive approach to home entry.
This Ingenious Tiny House Saves Space With a Lofted Office and Underfloor Storage
New Zealand–based tiny house company Build Tiny used clever storage solutions to maximize space in this 183-square-foot home.
This Futuristic Prefab Tiny Home Is Now Available for $50K
Whether you’re looking to hit the road or build a backyard ADU, the Microhaus offers mega convenience in a pint-sized package.
The 1926 Redwood Grove Estate by Hearst Castle Architect Julia Morgan Lists for $5M
Julia Morgan was first female architect licensed in California—and she designed this Tudor-style home at the height of her...
This Innovative Tiny Home With a Slide-Out Lounge Starts at $99K
The 307-square-foot Sojourner by Häuslein Tiny House Co. can travel with you—or even expand when you’re ready to stake a claim.
How One Aspen House Lives Up to LEED
Smart technology helps a house in Aspen, Colorado, stay on its sustainable course.
Designer to Know: Kino Guérin
Québec-based furniture designer Kino Guérin uses a pressure vacuum to create curvaceous collections of bentwood furniture.
8 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Vying For UNESCO World Heritage Status
Nominated by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, the works include Fallingwater, Taliesin, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim...
Kodasema Launches Four Tiny Prefab Homes—Including One That Floats
The Estonian prefab company is bringing stylish, modern tiny homes to urban and rural areas alike.
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings We Love
“The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the...
The Chair That Shocked the World Is Still Stirring Up Controversy at 50
B&B Italia celebrates the 50th anniversary of Gaetano Pesce's Up chair by launching new colorways for the voluptuous seat.
Before & After: A Spanish-Style Home in the Hollywood Hills Gets a Sunny California Makeover
Celebrity design duo the Novogratz give a 1930s residence a new lease on life with an expanded layout, warm, minimalist...
An Architect’s Beach House Brings California Surfer Vibes to Chigasaki, Japan
Architect and surfer Kenichiro Iwakiri renovates a beach house for himself in Shonan, a region of Japan known for its surf spots.
An 1860s Stable Modernized in Melbourne
On a shady street just off the main drag of Melbourne, Australia’s hippest inner suburb, a pair of creative types and their two...
Two Experts in Quarantine Architecture Predict How the Pandemic Will Affect Our Homes
Authors Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley started writing “Until Proven Safe,” a book about medieval quarantine architecture, long...
Going Circular Is the New Green—Here’s How Home Goods Companies Are Closing the Loop
From IKEA to Emeco, a growing number of businesses are slashing waste by putting it straight back into production.
11 Smart Home Devices For an Efficient Home
If you're looking to make your home work more efficiently and reduce energy costs, the smart home market has a lot to offer.
Trend Report: Design for All Ages
Universal design pioneer Patricia Moore offers advice for designing homes that adapt for every age and ability.
Dwell Reflects on Frank Lloyd Wright in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of His Birth
It's no secret that Frank Lloyd Wright has received his fair share of coverage over the years at Dwell—and rightfully so,...
Inspecting Gadgets
These days, a growing number of gizmos contain both a cell phone and a PDA.
The Best New E-Bikes Are Smart, Stylish, and a Blast to Ride
If you think electric bicycles are clunky and ugly, it’s time to take another look.
19 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes You Can Actually Visit—or Stay In
You may not be lucky enough to live in a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright—but you can always sleep in one.
50 New Smart Home Products That Caught Our Eye
We survey the latest in connected gadgets, from thermostats to toothbrushes.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Beloved Hollyhock House Reopens After Two Years
The official celebration is Saturday, but the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in L.A. is welcoming visitors again.
August Delves Further Into The Internet of Things with WiFi Connection, Private API
Continuing the success of August, the Yves Béhar-designed blockbuster into the keyless entry market, rigorous industrial design...
Friday Finds 06.29.12
In our weekly roundup of design finds, a chic shop in Belgium, an app in the style of classic Braun, a dose of archi-porn, and a...
PSFK Imagines Home of the Future
In case you missed Dwell's July/August issue, there's another chance to peep technology for the home of the future, thanks to a...
Beach Reading
Looking for a little light literature to while away the hours? We suggest a quartet of (fictional) titles for the design minded.
Edit Your Life
Good Small Spaces start with Good Small Occupants.
Pouffe! There It Is
Versatile like an accent pillow or throw, a pouffe need not match your living-room set to settle in and look right at home.
Enter the Dwell Design Competition
We've started to get some great submissions for the design phase of our Innovate It competition.
Dwell Design Competition Phase II
The time has come, folks.
Would You Live in a Smart Home?
Our July/August 2015 issue is all about home automation.

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