In Seattle, an architect transforms a cramped space into a flexible family gathering spot.
An architect and an interior designer put the tools to the test for this impressive renovation.
Following the advent of modernism, sacred architecture continues to reinvent religious expression.
And views of the wildlife aren't bad either.
A couple return their A. Quincy Jones house in Los Angeles to its former glory—and add some soul of their own.
A couple planning for an investment property in Austin ended up with a home that was too terrific to let go.
From a line inspired by the architectural works of Robert A.M. Stern to rich metallic tiles and colors that evoke the city of London, this crop of neutrals is anything but drab.
Italian tile company 41zero42 knows that when it comes to color, options reign supreme.
The award-winning French architect and urban planner discusses the joy of designing across many platforms.
Andrew Dent, the vice president of Library and Materials Research at Material ConneXion, shares his top five picks for products with new applications in the home.
A firm with a daring sense of creativity puts its stamp on Mexico City.
A pair of architects help a client carve out an oasis of calm amid São Paulo’s bustle.
The firm OneButton specializes in creating custom technology solutions for spaces ranging from offices to residences. Designer Katherine Boorman tackles connected lighting at home.
New surface materials present kaleidoscopic hues and bold options for the color obsessed.
Our February 2015 issue spotlights renovation projects across the world, from São Paulo to Austin. These six writers and photographers helped tell the stories behind the amazing transformations.
A clever design team brings a dash of Scandinavian style to a Danish executive’s flat in a renovated Montreal triplex.
Andrew Dent, a scientist and the vice president of Library and Materials Research at Material ConneXion, shares intel on the advancements impacting residential design.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's February 2015 issue.