A young architect transforms a small row house into a deceptively roomy family home.
An adventurous indoor-outdoor home by the Boston practice
Field researcher and water-harvesting expert Ed Beaulieu analyzes our conservation options for the future.
How Kettal, a furniture company in Spain, remains a vanguard of outdoor design.
After years of neglect, Mellon Square in Pittsburgh reemerges as a 21st-century public space.
Architectural elements and applied foliage deliver a one-two punch in designing for privacy.
A dilapidated lot in San Francisco gets a second chance.
Lawrence Halprin galvanized people into action with his grand cityscapes. The landscape architects of today are following his example—but at a different scale.
An artist's prints are inspired by urban gardens.
In Portland, Oregon, a renovated warehouse fuses engineering and artistry, much like its owners.
A pair of innovative dorm buildings push boundaries without showing off or upstaging their setting.
A skylit conservatory doubles as a verdant dining parlor in Sonoma County, California.
These designs will have you summer-ready before your first sunburn sets in.
An adventurous family envisions a dream getaway on Sweden’s southwestern shore.
In coastal Norway, a guesthouse serves as a sculptural refuge.
A forward-thinking group home in the 20th arrondissement channels a midcentury spirit.
With new natural features and recreation opportunities, rivers in city centers across America are getting a chance to shine again.
A Washington, D.C.-based architecture professor takes his students to remote outposts to create modern structures steeped in history and myth.
More than a half-century ago, Houston's flood-prone Buffalo Bayou was unceremoniously turned into a straight sluice to carry excess water to the Gulf of Mexico.
Andrea Cochran, a 2014 National Design Award winner, applies a site-specific approach to tease out the ephemeral and sensory.
After three years ashore, a Copenhagen couple return to the city’s waterways on a floating home for two.
Chloë McCarthy’s expertly curated Instagram (@_roomonfire) is an ode to minimalism.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's June 2015 issue.
A verdant plaza below a cantilevered structure serves as a natural acoustic insulator.
A 1940s bungalow literally raised the roof in Vancouver.