Drawing from the laws of nature, an architect devises a way to beat the heat in the California desert.
The award-winning Japanese architecture firm celebrates 20 years of practice with a thoughtful Stateside commission.
A couple builds a new home, repurposing a series of 11 shipping containers and an existing concrete foundation to maximal effect.
In the suburbs of Paris, an architect with an eco-friendly practice doesn’t let tradition stand in the way of innovation.
With little time to waste, an Australian firm erects an efficient prefab overlooking the ocean.
An industrious Chicago couple set up shop in a historic manufacturing district almost overnight using prefab concrete panels.
Despite being set in concrete, an idyllic modular retreat is built to go with the flow.
On the edge of a historic park in an English shire, a prefabricated home sets a new design standard.
Given a difficult site in the Colorado Rockies, a design-build team installs rugged dwellings for a wilderness and camping program.
In Sweden, an architect finds an efficient building solution 260 miles from home.
The author of Lina Bo Bardi peels back the layers of the influential architect's work.
A home in Ontario, Canada, demonstrates how factory-built housing can be as site sensitive as traditional construction.
A lakeside prefab in Norway is a study in idyllic seclusion.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's December/January 2016 issue.