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This Japanese Home With Earthen Walls Was Inspired by Sandcastles
Instead of dumping excavated soil, ADX used it to build a new home for a client recovering from the 2011 earthquake.
Iconic Perspectives: Harry Gesner’s Sandcastle
The entire lineup of this year's Los Angeles Iconic Houses tours was filled with irreplaceable works of architecture, but the...
Coney Island’s Newest Hotel Is a Miniature Mansion Made of Sand
just opened reservations for the “Sand”-sion—a life-size sandcastle in the midst of all the fun at Coney Island’s...
10 Modern Iconic Masterpieces
From Frank Lloyd Wright to Charles Gwathmey, we revisit some of the most memorable midcentury-modern homes from a range of iconic...
Surfer-Architect Harry Gesner’s Futuristic Triangle House Is for Sale
Though its shape is sci-fi, the home feels decidedly down to earth.
Notes from the Underground
“I used to care about how buildings looked on the outside,” says Malcolm Wells, a charming, self-deprecating man with a bushy...
This Curvaceous Timber and Earth Cabin Blends Into a Japanese Forest
Japanese architect Tono Mirai—a pioneer of “earth architecture”—works with master artisans to craft a holiday retreat for a...
Native Stories on Dwell
Native stories offer your brand a chance to seamlessly integrate with the Dwell experience.
A Renovated Harry Gesner–Designed Midcentury in L.A. Wants $9.4M
Designed by visionary architect Harry Gesner and updated by Griffin Enright, this breezy post-and-beam residence boasts upscale...
6 Noteworthy Designs from Salone Satellite 2013
Five American studios and one university exhibited their newest wares at Milan’s 2013 Salone Satellite.
Sleep in a Translucent Cocoon for $495 a Night
Designed with the help of Harry Gesner, the Autonomous Tent provides a luxurious camping experience in Big Sur, California.
Tackling Big Design Questions in an Iconic Home
In John Lautner’s Garcia House, Nest, Dwell, and Airbnb invited the Los Angeles design world to consider our current crossroads...