McIntosh Laboratory, long revered by audiophiles, maintains a dedication to American manufacturing.
Celebrating six decades of innovation with a retrospective tome of Sony’s greatest hits.
In a leafy Toronto neighborhood, a Cor-Ten–clad family home is wired for the future.
This family opens up an old structure and imagines a long-term house.
Elevating the world of wi-fi, in both function and appearance.
Through her company littleBits, MIT-trained engineer Ayah Bdeir turns humble objects into remote-controlled, Internet-connected tweeting machines.
With a helicopter and a little elbow grease, a prefab escape arrives at a remote New Zealand beach.
Naoto Fukasawa’s new line of kitchen appliances for Muji embodies subtle sophistication.
Sound and vision coalesce to create the ultimate acoustic experiences.
Check out iconic audio designs through the years, from phonographs to wireless speakers.
As one of the few blind practicing architects in the world, Chris Downey occupies a unique place in design.
From turntables to speakers, these products turn the listening experience up to 11.
In Napa, a custom menu of apps helps a frequent traveler keep track of security—and his garden—from afar.
It’s no longer sufficient simply to lock your front door and close your windows before leaving your house.
A young family builds a Wyoming retreat filled with playful details from top to bottom.
Savvy advice from home automation experts on better livability through technology.
Matthias Heiderich (@massju), a photographer based in Hamburg, Germany, composes pastel-toned architectural snapshots that capture the sculptural, geometric side of cityscapes.
The architecture firm superkül and home builder Great Gulf create a prefab with a self-regulating indoor climate.
This vacation home fosters connectivity in every sense of the word.
Robust materials and a flexible floor plan help the owners of an Australian vacation home reap maximum rewards.
A sci-fi-inspired prefab with an efficient edge is grounded in real-world technology.
British artist and designer Dominic Wilcox illustrates inventive—and admittedly outlandish—ways technology can potentially streamline our lives.
In its constant push to design highly functional and handsomely restrained modern furniture, the Italian company
A Baltimore father builds a house with accessibility in mind—and finds a new calling in the process.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's July/August 2015 issue.