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Hidden House kitchen

7 Minimalist Modern Homes

White surfaces and clean lines are the order of the day for these striking abodes.
January 12, 2016
Cedar-clad guesthouse in upstate New York

7 Toasty Winter Cabins

These cozy retreats beg you to come in from the cold.
January 12, 2016
Reinterpretation of tradition Sicilian villa by Fabrizio Foti.

5 Modern Interpretations of Mediterranean Style

Mediterranean style isn't just a code word for chintzy California mansions. These houses take cues from the famous region by the sea.
January 11, 2016
Originally constructed in 1970, the Wilson residence was updated by the architect couple in 2004. They expanded the home by about a third, but the original design of the rear elevation (seen here at dusk) was largely maintained.

A Peek Inside Famous Modernist Enclaves Around the USA

From Sarasota to Sea Ranch, these communities thrive with rich repositories of modern architecture.
January 11, 2016
Interior view from the living room

7 Modern Homes Warmed by Underfloor Radiant Heating

From Alaska to New York to Scotland, these homes face tough winters—and do so with efficient underfloor heating systems.
January 11, 2016
Toronto modern living room with a fireplace

House of the Week: Renovation Unites a Disjointed Toronto Property

Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest. Follow Dwell's Pinterest account for more daily design inspiration.
January 9, 2016
Architects: Kirsten Murray, Tom Kundig

5 Modern Homes That Are 500 Square Feet or Less

From retreats to big city dwellings, we can't get enough small space design at Dwell.
January 8, 2016
superior logic exterior open glass house

6 Modern Wisconsin Homes

It may be America's Dairyland, but Wisconsin's agricultural roots don't mean it lacks modern dwellings. Tour these six examples!
January 7, 2016
Wisconsin cabin with rainwater catchment system by Revelations Architects/Builders.

7 Modern Homes with Rainwater Collection Systems

When it comes to designing sustainably, there might be no easier resource to harness than water. Pulled from the sky, it can be stored indefinitely and easily used in fixtures like faucets and toilets, thereby cutting back on a home's environmental footprint.
January 6, 2016