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Renovated Midcentury Home in Austin Doubles Square Footage

For over fifty years, A.D. Stenger was a unique figure in the American architectural landscape. Idiosyncratic and independent, Stenger acted as developer, architect, and builder to produce his own unique brand of relaxed modern architecture. Here's how a local architecture firm added on to a Stenger home.
October 14, 2014
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Architect Daniel Libeskind on Optimism and Drawing at Dwell on Design NY

As Dwell on Design NY's first inaugural keynote speaker, world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind joined Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron in conversation.
October 9, 2014

Tour Impressive NYC Buildings

Just as New York weather is signaling a shift indoors, the annual Archtober event is giving design and architecture fans a month-long pass to observe and explore new and unique additions to the city's skyscrapers, offices, and built environment. While a vast array of styles and structures are on display throughout October, with a new tour every day, we've highlighted modern buildings that warrant investigation in person. Find out more about Archtober's building of the day tours here.
October 6, 2014
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Small Spaces, Big Ideas at Dwell on Design NY

Exploring innovative design solutions for making the most of limited space in dense urban settings at Dwell on Design NY.
October 3, 2014
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Architecture of Loss at Dwell on Design New York

At Dwell on Design NY, architects explain the delicate nature of designing spaces synonymous with tragedy.
October 1, 2014
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Cramped Kitchen Transformed Into an Inviting Hub

In northern New Jersey, a cramped kitchen is reborn as a welcoming space for cooking and entertaining.
October 1, 2014
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Simple Ways to Upgrade Your Rental Kitchen

While renters might not be able to rip out cabinets or excise egregious countertops, there are practical fixes that needn’t last longer than your lease. Deb Perelman, author of the food blog Smitten Kitchen, has encountered her share of cook space conundrums in the 14 years she’s been a New York City renter—insufficient storage, unsightly counters, and one kitchen that was a mere 42 square feet. Despite those challenges, she’s been able to make do with a few effective, affordable, and temporary solutions. “I look for things I can take with me to the next apartment,” she says. Here, Perelman shares her tips.
September 30, 2014
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Iconic Midcentury Bank Repurposed in Palm Springs

E. Stewart Williams’s Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan building from 1961 gains new life as the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center.
September 30, 2014

Compact Australian Home Clad in Steel and Concrete

An Australian renovation uses industrial materials both indoors and out.
September 30, 2014
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