In our current issue, we're featuring our annual survey of the best emerging designers who are shaping the profession today.
An off-the-grid house that is little more than a decked campsite—albeit with a roof—includes a swimming pool for a family that loves to enjoy the elements.
A cadre of designers let off steam after hours by building and sailing a seaworthy sauna.
A San Francisco landscape designer finds a small-space solution that’s anything but narrow-minded.
The owner of an outdoor furniture company updates a 19th-century farmhouse.
Architect Barbara Bestor transforms a Hollywood Hills home by opening up its interior to the site’s dramatic backyard topography.
A Vancouver garden blossoms alongside fresh development.
In her new book, Wild by Design, Margie Ruddick shows us how to get closer to nature.
A skyward addition to an antebellum Charleston warehouse rises in an architecturally conservative city.
A major overhaul of a bungalow in Venice, California, perfects the art of indoor/outdoor living.
Both architects, a husband and wife create a three-part riverside retreat in the country, attuned to the great outdoors.
A pleasure garden in northern California is rich in whimsical surprises.
Two modest cabins in coastal New Zealand make waves with their respectful approach toward their environment.
Toying with a conventional form, an architect designs a modern house meant for alfresco entertaining.
For Dwell's annual issue dedicated to indoor/outdoor living. Here, we introduce you to the photographers and writers who made it happen.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's
A new monograph by Rizzoli explores the memorial project by the renowned artist.
The famed geothermal spa outside Reykjavík, Iceland, is entering a major new phase—paving the way for the area’s first five-star hotel.
These top-notch projects by design students earned a spot on our honor roll.