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  • Cascading House

    Cascading House

    The site has the typical challenges of many urban lots in Ho Chi Minh city: abutted by tall neighboring houses, small developable area relative to the clients’ program, and compromised access to...

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  • W72nd Penthouse

    W72nd Penthouse

    Located in the historic Oliver Cromwell Building, The W72nd penthouse inhabits the top three floors of the historic building in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. With commanding views of Central...

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  • Tesseract House

    Tesseract House

    A self-initiated, architect-led design-develop-build project, Tesseract house was not designed with a specific client in mind. Rather, it was conceived as a business case to prove that one can...

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  • The World’s Largest Urban Farm Is Opening Next Year in Paris

    The World’s Largest Urban Farm Is Opening Next Year in Paris

    The six-story, 150,000-square-foot garden is expected to yield a ton of organic produce every day for the French capital.

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  • Top 5 Homes of the Week That Bring Lofts to New Heights

    Top 5 Homes of the Week That Bring Lofts to New Heights

    These modern loft designs are a step above the rest. Take a peek at the elevated designs from the Dwell community that caught our editor's eye this week.

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  • Concrete Arches Shroud a Minimalist Forever Home in a Melbourne Suburb

    Concrete Arches Shroud a Minimalist Forever Home in a Melbourne Suburb

    Filled with light and views of greenery, two exquisitely crafted concrete pavilions form an award-winning home that ages elegantly over time.

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  • Rockstar Designer Virgil Abloh Unveils the First Off-White Home Collection

    Rockstar Designer Virgil Abloh Unveils the First Off-White Home Collection

    Virgil Abloh's new home goods line is quietly hip—and it launches on September 1st.

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  • This Breathtaking Ranch Home Was Constructed Without Felling a Single Tree

    This Breathtaking Ranch Home Was Constructed Without Felling a Single Tree

    Field Architecture constructs a fully functional horse ranch and residence in the middle of an oak grove.

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  • Space in the Wall

    Space in the Wall

    Space in the Wall The thought process regarding the challenging tall and narrow structure centers around a space that flows through the building and functions as a light cone that allows...

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  • RM-3 Episode Six: Light

    RM-3 Episode Six: Light

    In this episode of RM-3 (Raw Materials 3 Ways), host Dan Maginn investigates how light accentuates architecture, sculpts our experiences, and ultimately shapes our behavior.

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  • This Tiny Home Was 3D Printed in Half a Day For Less Than $2,000

    This Tiny Home Was 3D Printed in Half a Day For Less Than $2,000

    SQ3D just 3D printed an entire home in less than 12 hours—and the process used about as much current as a standard hair dryer.

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  • An Architect Builds a Tiny Cabin For His Aunt and Uncle on Beloved Family Land in Mississippi

    An Architect Builds a Tiny Cabin For His Aunt and Uncle on Beloved Family Land in Mississippi

    Generations of family have lived on this wooded, waterfront site, where architect Will Randolph has built a weekend getaway for about $100,000.

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  • A New Start-Up Wants to Build a Tiny House in Your Backyard For Free

    A New Start-Up Wants to Build a Tiny House in Your Backyard For Free

    Rent the Backyard is building prefab homes in empty yards to provide affordable housing—and they'll split the profits with homeowners.

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  • BioLite Is Reinventing Outdoor Tech—From Backyard to Basecamp

    BioLite Is Reinventing Outdoor Tech—From Backyard to Basecamp

    From a smokeless fire pit to a headlamp that’s actually chic, BioLite has spent years upping the standard for outdoor gear.

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  • This Mexico City Apartment Building Brings a Historic Home Into the 21st Century

    This Mexico City Apartment Building Brings a Historic Home Into the 21st Century

    A restored townhouse in Mexico City’s trendiest neighborhood anchors an eight-story apartment building to its surroundings.

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  • A Classic Queenslander Bungalow Gets an Inky New Extension

    A Classic Queenslander Bungalow Gets an Inky New Extension

    A contemporary addition reimagines the interior of this traditional four-room cottage near Brisbane, Australia.

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  • Floods Threaten the Farnsworth House Every Year—Now, a Plan to Save It

    Floods Threaten the Farnsworth House Every Year—Now, a Plan to Save It

    We visit Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s famed residence to learn how we can help save a major piece of Modernist architectural history.

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  • Relive the ’90s in This "Saved by the Bell"-Inspired Dallas Airbnb

    Relive the ’90s in This "Saved by the Bell"-Inspired Dallas Airbnb

    They took a deep dive into the ‘80s with their first rental; now a nostalgic couple moves into the next decade by reconstructing an iconic television diner.

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  • Barrel-Vaulted Ceilings Cap an Architect’s Off-Grid Retreat in Mexico

    Barrel-Vaulted Ceilings Cap an Architect’s Off-Grid Retreat in Mexico

    Architect Fernanda Canales’s self-sufficient vacation home blends into a wild and remote landscape in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

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  • 20 Suspended Fireplaces That Will Warm You Up In Style

    20 Suspended Fireplaces That Will Warm You Up In Style

    These floating fireplaces will have you pining for chilly weather.

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