MoMA's Small Scale, Big Change
The exhibition "Small Scale, Big Change" opens at the Museum of Modern Art in New York this Sunday.
Small Space, Big Design
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron walks us through Dwell's November 2016 issue.
A Swedish Vision For Democratic Architecture Lands in New York
Next up at Archtober, a Swedish series on architecture, urbanity, and egalitarianism.
Explore the World of Shipping Container Design With a New Architectural Book
Featuring built, unbuilt, and in-progress projects, the new monograph on architectural studio LOT-EK offers an in-depth look at...
Shape-Shifting Architecture: 10 Buildings That Move or Change Form
In the design world, there's been a lot of interesting talk about “smart” architecture lately—particularly what's involved in...
Big on Broadway, Small on Space: Inside the Studio of Actor Adam Kantor
Performer Adam Kantor shares how transforming pieces by Resource Furniture allow him to live large, even in 350 square feet.
Waves of Change in Architectural Landscaping
A refreshing change to commercial architectural landscaping.
A New Book Examines the Art of Breathing Life Into Forgotten Architecture
"We often hear that we live in a time that has no respect for the past: that ours is an era that disregards the architectural...
A New Hotel in Morelos Combines Local Mexican Elements With Brutalist Architecture
Mexican stone and brutalist silhouettes converge at this majestic-looking hotel in Mexico.
Forever Changes
A couple reconfigure a dilapidated Brooklyn brownstone and prepare it for the 21st century.
Le Corbusier at the New York MoMA
An exhibit opening at MoMA next weekend will give Modernist pioneer Le Corbusier his just dues.
Exhibition Presents Design as a Force for Social Change
The Museum of Design Atlanta showcases innovative solutions to common 21st-century problems.
Archtober: A Monthlong Celebration of Design and Architecture Returns to New York City
With Dwell on Design New York as an anchor, the festival enters its fourth year with programs and tours in all five boroughs.
New School Architecture
The American Institute of Architects San Francisco chapter has a fascinating exhibition in their gallery right now that asks how...
The Fireplace Tools That Are Changing the Game
New to the American market and armed with a compelling story, Eldvarm reminds us how extraordinary everyday tools can be.
Snøhetta Gets Small-Scale with Røros-Tweed
One of the best booths at ICFF this year (see a bunch more roundups onsite and offsite here) was the insidenorway set-up...
Ada = Architecture in New York
Ada Louise Huxtable is the doyenne of architecture criticism in New York, if not the world: as architecture critic at the New...
Smaller in Texas
Texas architect Jim Poteet helped Stacey Hill, who lives in a San Antonio artists’ community, wrangle an empty steel shipping...
Fully Renovated, Wimbledon House by Richard Rogers Hosts New Architecture Fellows in London
Lord Rogers donated the 1960s-era residence, originally designed for his parents, to the Harvard Graduate School of Design as the...

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