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Glass and steel sculpture in Printemps store of Paris.

A Ten-Story Sculpture Inspired by Stained Glass in an Historic Paris Store

In the Paris' venerable Printemps department store, two Toronto-based firms were tasked with enlivening a new atrium and creating a unique experience for visitors. YabuPushelberg, partnering with UUfie, designed this stunning steel "sail" embedded with vibrant dichroic glass.
February 4, 2016
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Photo of the Week: A Peaceful Moment With the Linear Greenhouses of Half Moon Bay

Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shots of the week.
February 3, 2016
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Photo of the Week: A Peek Into a Living, Breathing Staircase

Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most viral design and architecture shots of the week.
January 28, 2016
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A Husband and Wife Duo Designing Beautiful Homewares in Rich South American Hardwoods

In our March issue, we explore how Argentine architects Nicolas Tovo and Teresa Sarmiento built a Buenos Aires home—filled with recycled materials—for themselves and their three young children. That thriftiness extends to Sarmiento, the toys and homewares business that Teresa founded: she uses wood leftover from NET, the furniture and design company where Nicolas works. Click through to see some of their products and learn more!
January 24, 2016
Charred, brushed, and oiled cypress facade of Rhode Island family vacation home by Bernheimer Architecture.

Editor's Picks: 5 Modern Homes Across America

Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's February 2016 issue.
January 18, 2016
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Pioneering Graphic Designer's Tome Returns After Five Decades Out of Print

Clarity and cogency have long defined the pillars of graphic design—a medium oriented, above all, towards communication. Years before information design became a buzz term for digital media, it was an approach pioneered by Czech graphic designer Ladislav Sutnar: forefather of the modern infographic, champion of functional beauty, and an expat who practiced in the United States from 1939 through to his death, in 1976.
January 17, 2016