Architecture and the City 2011
This week, the AIA San Francisco kicks off its ninth annual Architecture and the City festival.
The Trabecula Bench
Freedom of Creation—In recent decades, computer-aided design (CAD) has transcended the screen, thanks to the advent of automatic...
SFMade Week 2013
San Francisco's manufacturing tradition is getting a jump start thanks to SFMade, a weeklong celebration of makers in the City by...
"The Mysticism of Religious Architecture" A lecture by Constantine George Pappas, AIA
Mid-Century Modern Midland Presents "The Mysticism of Religious Architecture" A lecture by Constantine George Pappas, AIA...
A Dream of Many Men, Lake Jackson Texas
Few architects have the opportunity to design a whole community, but Alden B. Dow had just such a unique opportunity in 1941 in...
Mid-Century Modern Michigan Service Stations by Alden B. Dow
In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, automobile designs were characterized by head-turning tailfins and sleek lines.
The Josephine Ashmun Residence
Music was always an important part of Josephine Ashmun’s life.
"Autumn Reflections 2017" opens historically significant mid-century modern homes to touring
Michigan’s Architect Laureate, Alden B. Dow, designed over 600 structures and the entire City of Lake Jackson, Texas throughout...
Portland's 11xDesign Home Tour
It’s not every local homes tour that merits attention beyond a city’s borders.
Students Invest their Time to Maintain Local Mid-Century Modern National Historic Landmark
The H.H. Dow High School International Baccalaureate Theory of Knowledge (ToK) class recently worked on a service project at the...
Friday Finds 2.04.11
Have a look at some on the most interestiing things we here at Dwell saw this week.
Alden B. Dow Inspired Modern Quilt to be auctioned for educational programming
The Alden B. Dow Home and Studio’s Education Program was chosen as the recipient of the Great Lakes Bay Modern Quilt Guild’s 2017...
Dacor Introduces the Discovery WineStation
Dacor unveils an automated wine dispensing system for the home connoisseur—the first of its kind.
In Memoriam: Julius Shulman
We here at the Dwell offices were all saddened to learn that architectural photographer Julius Shulman passed away last night at...
Exhibiting Interest
Get your information from curators, professors of contemporary art, critics, and other collectors through your local arts...
VIGNETTE /Inspired by Constructivist art
Jewelry Collection by Ladies & Gentlemen...
Architecture + the City Kicks Off
This weekend, the seventh annual Architecture + the City kicks off in San Francisco.
All Your Questions Answered About LEED For New Homes
You may have heard the term LEED used to describe “green” or “sustainable” buildings.
Five Questions About Working With Architects
The idea of building or renovating your home can be daunting.

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