New Media: Sight Unseen
Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov met as editors at the venerable I.D. in 2005 and both developed a passion for peeking behind the...
8 Things to See at Designjunction Edit New York
On May 15-18, 2015, designjunction edit will host a satellite show in New York for NYCxDesign week.
Own a Private Swedish Island With Charming Seaside Cabins For $1.4M
This slice of paradise with contemporary cabins is the epitome of Swedish lagom.
A Dramatic Copper Roof Funnels Light Into This Sculptural London Home Asking $7.6M
After a decade in the making, this largely subterranean home with a sculptural roof has hit the market for nearly $7.6 million.
Made In America: In Plain Sight
Whether you’re taking on a renovation or just tired of the same old walls, U.S.-made window systems, shades, and wallpaper will...
This Tiny Boathouse in Norway Is a Private Retreat in Plain Sight
The windowless cabin by Handegård Arkitektur grants a one-way vista that’s aimed out over the North Sea.
Where Others See a Go-Kart, Jay Nelson Sees a Buggy Fit for a Sea Creature
The artist teams up with Mollusk surf shop owner John McCambridge to bring a beach-roving fantasy to life in wood and fiberglass.
Unseen Realities
Since we've spent much of the last six weeks sorting through and thinking about ideas for the future of suburbia, it was a...
No Grid in Sight
Most deserts are dry and dusty expanses of blue skies, bleached soil, and rulerflat horizons.
8 Things the Founder of Brightland Absolutely Loves
Dwell talks to Aishwarya Iyer, the CEO and founder of the olive oil brand with a cult following, about the home items she can’t...
In Uruguay, a Home Near the Coast Keeps Things Open
Casa Mat by Argentinian firm Mutar favors experimentation over traditional domestic boundaries.
Barware Gifts to Shake Things Up for the Home Mixologist
Lift the spirits of the experienced sipper or budding bartender with the tools they need to drink in style.
10 Open Kitchen Solutions That Will Get Things Cooking
In some sense, the kitchen is the center of the home—a warm, cozy spot where everyone tends to gather.
See the Careful Transformation of a Midcentury Eichler in San Francisco
Joseph Eichler developed more than 11,000 homes in California from 1949 to 1966, and though tons are still standing today, many...
18 Homes That Keep Things Fresh With Central Atriums
The lofty atriums in these dwellings bring in light, fresh air, and greenery.
This Renovated Sea Ranch Retreat Is an Absolute Must-See
A couple enlist Butler Armsden Architects and Leverone Design to reimagine their home as a multigenerational meeting point.
8 Critical Things to Check Before Buying a Home
Don’t neglect these critical—yet often forgotten—areas when purchasing a home.
12 Things That Got Me Through a Horrible Year
Dwell’s executive editor Jenny Xie picks her desert island essentials—if the desert island were a global pandemic.
See How an Oregon Couple Renovated Their 1966 Airstream
Immediately after buying a vintage Airstream that they planned to renovate, Anna Jacobs and Damian Schmitt feared they bit off...
The Things a Smart-Tech Reviewer Actually Uses
We asked an early adopter to tell us what her top devices are.
Small Country Home with Dramatic See-Through Wall
A traditional floor plan gets a minimalist update, complete with a classic porch.
Before & After: A Loft in a Former See’s Candy Factory Gets a Tasteful Renovation
Síol Studios cracks the shell of a candy factory loft to showcase its classic character.
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...

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