As commissions for new furniture and lighting roll in, third-generation designer Brad Ascalon carries on the family tradition.
A celestial light installation illuminates the garage door of a recently renovated Toronto house.
“I begin to know a city through its fragments, walking below tall buildings, along facades of signs, doors, and windows, crossing without knowing from one district to the next, down busy streets and…
We chat with the masterful weaver, textile designer, and gardener whose global aesthetic continues to reverberate and influence today’s interiors.
Amid the tall grasses and open skies of the Great Plains, forward-thinking urban planning ideas take root in North Dakota.
Vehicle manufacturers wise up to the demands of urban dwellers.
In Sheffield, England, a historic housing complex is transformed from a city nuisance into a budding neighborhood.
Architect Isay Weinfeld creates an epic home in São Paulo.
Ron Cogan, editor and publisher of Green Car Journal, dispenses buying advice for the latest fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly models.
Los Angeles architect Linda Taalman made a rare visit to Le Corbusier’s fraught masterpiece, the capitol complex of the city of Chandigarh.
For Felix Claus, a 1930s rental apartment is more than an idyllic pied-à-terre—it’s an architectural gem that requires reverence and careful tending.
With his experimental buildings, the Tokyo-based architect is creating a new breed of hybrid design.
To accompany our profile on the iconic textile designer in Dwell's October 2013 issue, we rounded up a few hits from the Larsen design archives.
An apartment overlooking the High Line in New York City captures views of a constantly changing urban landscape.
Six stories high, crowned with a pool, and with a direct lineage back to the Bauhaus, a new town house in Tel Aviv manages to both embrace and provide refuge from the teeming Israeli city.
Seeking a stronger connection with his adopted city, Edoardo Allegranti revamps a lilong house in China’s bustling municipality.
The landscape architecture firm carves out a vertical garden for a New York City residence and, in the process, creates a nest for its human and avian inhabitants.
As the lines between our public and personal lives become increasingly blurry, designers are helping redefine privacy for the 21st century.
To further explore privacy in the modern world, we present three common problems—from noise to peeping neighbors—and a fleet of products to solve your woes.
From sound absorbing acoustic wall tiles to geometric white oak screens, here is a set of five products to increase privacy at home and in the office.
Take a lesson from these collaborations between academic institutions and design greats.
From a lightweight synthetic curtain to a recycled modular nomad system, here are five more pieces of furniture that will guarantee privacy.