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St. Louis' *other* landmark (and, if you believe the local Riverfront Times, its finest one) is the Giant Amoco Sign. This 40-by-60-foot colossus towers over the corner of Clayton Road and Skinker Boulevard, unchanged since the mid-1960s.
.@grain_design's Totem candles are hand-turned on a lathe and recall traditional woodcarving.
The East Building at the St. Louis Art Museum, designed by David Chipperfield Architects, added 21 new galleries when it opened in 2013.
Farmhouses built with a modern sensibility:
We love these inviting front doors:
No matter the size, an outdoor garden is a transformative addition to a property:
Get inspired to go modular with these amazing prefabs:
Sophisticated rooms to suit any function:
These urban homes make a good case for city living:
Old Standard, specializing in fried chicken and American whiskey, opened Tuesday in South St. Louis. The owner, Ben Poremba, and the local design-build firm UIC collaborated on the interiors, which make inventive use of locally sourced Missouri white oak.
Olio, in St. Louis' Botanical Heights neighborhood, opened in 2012 in a 1930s Standard Oil gas station building that had sat vacant since 1971. UIC, a local design-build firm, designed the space. Inventive cocktails and "pies in a jar" are on the menu.
These picture-perfect interiors were guided by sharp curatorial eyes:
A Dwell favorite—this shipping-container home in #SanFrancisco:
Consult these bathrooms for ideas on hiding clutter tastefully:
Great homes made of earthy materials:
A couple finds a way to marry their distinct design tastes in this savvy #PaloAlto home:
A photographer captures the iconic midcentury homes of #PalmSprings under moonlight:
A minimal home in #Amsterdam features touches that recreate nature in the heart of the city:
Every room is a different hue in this bright #Manhattan hotel:
How #NYC found just the right shade of yellow for its new taxi fleet: via @dwell
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In #Australia, a 19th-century cow shed is transformed into a sustainable home:
Did you know that the yellow shade of NYC's taxi cabs has never been standardized?
The Leather Strap Planter Holder by @alissiamt elevates terracotta pots with leather & copper.
.@BuckyFullerInst awards Living Breakwaters, a design team working for coastal resiliency, with 2014 Fuller Award:
Ruth Lande Shuman of @PublicolorNYC talks to us about the emotional power of #color:
This #Atlanta bedroom is made primarily of windows:
These homes are perched where land ends and sea begins:
Mind-bending works by Sou Fujimoto:
The best midcentury homes in America:
A long screen porch gives this #Texas home plenty of outdoor space:
A farmhouse from the Depression era makes for the perfect rural getaway:
We love this built-in nook for lounging:
A simple-but-striking artwork by Maya Lin in #Sweden:
Listening to Daniel Boulud, Adam Tihany, and Lydia Shire at @PrattInstitute for @Archtober.
A quirky prefab designed by Charlotte Perriand as a mountain refuge:
The ultimate library at Material ConneXion