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Dwell

July/August 2021
Magazine

Dwell is the unique modern architecture and design magazine for people who believe that good design is an integral part of real life. Get Dwell digital magazine subscription today.

On the Road Again

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House Hunting • Whether you’re searching for your dream home or just window shopping, you can find the most alluring listings in the U.S. and beyond in Dwell’s Real Estate column. Get the scoop at dwell.com/real-estate.

What favorite design object have you taken home from your travels? • Sometimes the best part about a trip is the special find you bring back.

A Home for the Ages • A California designer creates a space that will last a lifetime.

Modern World

Daniel Moreno Flores and Marie Combette

Tosin Oshinowo

Tuan Le

Maurice Cherry

Stamos Michael

Sumayya Vally • The South African designer builds a monument to London’s neighborhood gathering places.

Patrick Tighe • From his office in Los Angeles, the architect challenges ideas about how affordable housing should look.

Character Study

Dwell x Concrete Collaborative • We’ve joined forces to create a new collection of tiles inspired by surfing.

Into the Blue • With an eye-popping stair, two Argentinian designers put a contemporary twist on a historic apartment.

A New Outlook • An artist’s British Columbia cabin offers peace and perspective.

YEARS IN THE MAKING • A Cape Town architect and her longtime friend first bonded over a shared aesthetic. More than a decade later, they put it into practice.

A Lot of Potential • On a narrow site in New Orleans, an architect and a designer found a welcome challenge.

Dream Sequence • Outside Paris, a 19th-century house conceals a minimalist tableau rich with color.

Out of the Office • A Texas couple spend $144,000 to balance work and life in their own backyard.

Opening Statement • Massive sliding doors connect a Hawaii home to its mountainside surroundings.

modern market

sourcing • The products, furniture, architects, designers, and builders featured in this issue.

one last thing


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 120 Publisher: Dwell Edition: July/August 2021

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Dwell is the unique modern architecture and design magazine for people who believe that good design is an integral part of real life. Get Dwell digital magazine subscription today.

On the Road Again

Dwell

comments

House Hunting • Whether you’re searching for your dream home or just window shopping, you can find the most alluring listings in the U.S. and beyond in Dwell’s Real Estate column. Get the scoop at dwell.com/real-estate.

What favorite design object have you taken home from your travels? • Sometimes the best part about a trip is the special find you bring back.

A Home for the Ages • A California designer creates a space that will last a lifetime.

Modern World

Daniel Moreno Flores and Marie Combette

Tosin Oshinowo

Tuan Le

Maurice Cherry

Stamos Michael

Sumayya Vally • The South African designer builds a monument to London’s neighborhood gathering places.

Patrick Tighe • From his office in Los Angeles, the architect challenges ideas about how affordable housing should look.

Character Study

Dwell x Concrete Collaborative • We’ve joined forces to create a new collection of tiles inspired by surfing.

Into the Blue • With an eye-popping stair, two Argentinian designers put a contemporary twist on a historic apartment.

A New Outlook • An artist’s British Columbia cabin offers peace and perspective.

YEARS IN THE MAKING • A Cape Town architect and her longtime friend first bonded over a shared aesthetic. More than a decade later, they put it into practice.

A Lot of Potential • On a narrow site in New Orleans, an architect and a designer found a welcome challenge.

Dream Sequence • Outside Paris, a 19th-century house conceals a minimalist tableau rich with color.

Out of the Office • A Texas couple spend $144,000 to balance work and life in their own backyard.

Opening Statement • Massive sliding doors connect a Hawaii home to its mountainside surroundings.

modern market

sourcing • The products, furniture, architects, designers, and builders featured in this issue.

one last thing


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