A family escapes their urban environs to a vacation home attuned to its coastal landscape.
A forward-thinking architect builds a multifunctional structure with a burgeoning community in mind.
The cutting edge of laboratory design when first built, Bell Labs is being revamped to fulfill a new role—bringing the city to the suburbs.
In a modernist seaside enclave, a couple calls in a pioneering architecture firm to build a new house rooted in midcentury style.
An artist’s interactive public work fosters unity in Minnesota.
A student’s lofty vision lays the groundwork for a city’s urban revitalization.
From small workshops to home studios, we herald a group of American makers.
By opening up the atrium of a historic residence in Chicago, an architect shows it may take more than a first (or second) draft to make a home.
People for Urban Progress upcycles cast-off urban hardware back into the community.
Building on the site of a former one-car garage, an architect creates his family’s home in an evolving neighborhood of Brooklyn.
A San Francisco woodworking studio for kids a both carpentry skills and an appreciation for design thinking.
An Ohio designer’s return home inspires a larger-than-life spin on the everyday.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's February 2016 issue.
In a South Texas border town, a family introduces a bold aesthetic.