The Dwell 24: This Year’s Best Emerging Designers

The Dwell 24: This Year’s Best Emerging Designers
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A Toronto Residence Reinterprets the City’s History With a Standout Facade
A Toronto Residence Reinterprets the City’s History With a Standout Facade
The architects win over neighbors with a layered brick facade that plays off the city’s traditional Victorian, Tudor, and Edwardian homes.
By Anna Gibertini - 2 years ago
The Dwell 24: The Up-and-Coming Designers Who Need to Be on Your Radar Right Now
The emerging designers in The Dwell 24, our annual roundup of rising talent, are moving ahead with new ideas in furniture, lighting, and other objects for your home.
To See or Not to See? The Evolution of Whether and How to Hide Television Screens Comes Full Circle
What should you do when your flat screen feels like a big black hole swallowing your decor? TV makers are offering all kinds of solutions.
This Designer Is Changing Architecture Education With a Solar-Powered Mobile Classroom
Maya Bird-Murphy, founder of Chicago Mobile Makers, converted a Postal Service truck into a pop-up design classroom for neighborhood children.
This Charred-Cypress Cabin Is Ideal for Drinking In a Stunning Ozarks View
Marlon Blackwell Architects’ U-shaped Tanglewood Cabin in Arkansas perfectly frames vistas through the treetops.
A Portland Family Updates an Unusual Prairie-Style Home
A rare 1920s dwelling gets a contemporary face-lift along with a clever cabana-like addition.
A Concrete Guesthouse in Upstate New York Is Decidedly “Bunker Chic”
With inspiration from the creative homeowners, architects David Leven and Stella Betts design a bunker-like backyard structure that’s surprisingly animated.
A Rustic Hideaway Perches on a Wooded Bluff Overlooking the Washington Coast
Architect James Cutler designs a refined cabin that honors this remote stretch of rugged landscape.
Like-Minded Neighbors Build an Energy-Independent Floating Community in Amsterdam
The innovative Schoonschip neighborhood features 30 architecturally designed homes that all produce their own energy and use sustainable materials.
A Midcentury Home Renovation Celebrates Its Striking, Open-Truss Ceiling
Designed by a little-known architect in 1949, the now streamlined home honors its original bones.
An Eccentric Pop of Blue Accents an Introspective Home in Los Angeles
Architect Barbara Bestor layers surprises throughout the home, which she designed to fit within the partial footprint of an existing cottage.
A Couple Build a New House for More Family on Their Secluded Wisconsin Homestead
Johnsen Schmaling Architects design a linear residence recalling the path of ancient glaciers on the Kettle Moraine.
British-Nigerian Artist and Designer Yinka Ilori Is Forever Inspired by This Humble Bowl
Made from dried calabash fruit and commonly used across Africa, the bowls have provided Ilori with creative inspiration since his childhood.