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How changing technologies will influence #design:
Great dining room arrangements to inspire high-design mealtime:
A striking wall made from 40,000 dowels:
A family affordably renovates a brownstone using surplus and salvaged materials:
An industrial loft with personality in #Belgium:
This house in #BigSur features walls made of packed dirt that are two feet thick.
An impressive green house with a view in #ElSalvador:
A green, Brutalist-style structure in the tropics of #Vieques, Puerto Rico:
The dining room is the focal point of this factory-turned-home in #Italy:
A simple wall expands into a complete entertaining hub in this small apartment:
A single zigzagging roof stretches over 5,380 square feet on top of this #Maui home:
The story of unsung mid-century designer Mel Smilow:
A rammed-earth home in #NewMexico updates the regional adobe archetype:
@dwell this article was the reason I chose to move to Pittsburgh in 2009, and the reason I moved into a loft developed by Eve Picker
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In this gallery-like home in #Belgium, no space goes underused:
How to build a design collection:
This #LosAngeles home features an inviting, open-plan living-dining-kitchen area:
Smart bathroom storage solutions:
A snug attic tucked in a family home in #Copenhagen:
This compact apartment feels more spacious than its size due to plenty of natural light:
The world's most impressive bridges:
A family converted a kitschy turn-of-the-century villa into a high-design home:
Modern renovations for historical buildings:
A fortresslike house in the countryside of #Belgium:
Innovative, off-the-grid architecture in the middle of the desert:
The green roof on this home gives the impression that “the ground just jumped onto the roof.”
Prototypes that set new standards for prefab building:
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows face the ocean in this concrete home in #Hawaii:
Designed in 1963, this structure was recast as a comfortable guest house in the #Hamptons:
The #Paris apartment of #furniture designer Gesa Hansen is filled with beautiful objects:
Wooden slatted screens can be a high-design—and highly practical—accent in architecture:
Architect Michael Graves shares his thoughts on how paralysis has affected his approach and practice:
For that last trip of the summer, be sure to bring @malinandgoetz's carry-on essentials.
A self-taught designer embarked upon a solo mission to resuscitate a 19th-century homestead:
Exposed steel beams are among the charms of this renovated, 19th-century duplex in #Brooklyn:
A pair of architects filled a run-down lot in #Portland with a modern, energy-efficient home:
A modern summer home inspired by its island community’s free-spiritedness: