A young couple on the move build a small home that will go wherever life takes them.
A renovation in Boston helps bring a family together—at home and in the kitchen.
Design heads extoll the rectilinear, plywood creations of modernist Donald Judd (1928-1994), whose four-decade body of self-described “specific objects” posed visceral meditations on scale, space,…
In Tasmania, an eco-conscious architect builds a vacation home that can stand up to an untamed island.
A tiny outbuilding offers a cozy living space inside a simple shell.
After a long day at the office together, this pair relaxes in upstate New York.
Using multifunctional furniture, an apartment in Warsaw rearranges at a moment's notice.
In a Brooklyn backyard, an off-duty architect builds a structure that tests his attention to the little things.
This bisected 17th-century house in the Swiss Alps transforms into a 970-square-foot home for a British designer and his family.
A father and son built an off-grid cabin in the Wisconsin woods.
Outside Providence, Rhode Island, a little retreat takes up no more space than a standard two-car garage.
An architect with a taste for unconventional living spaces creates a small house at lofty heights with a starring view.
When nature laid down a boulder of a design challenge in the Massachusetts mountains, an architect’s solution elevated the project to new heights.
A designer of grand homes packs all the essentials—and more—into a Manhattan studio of his own.
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's November 2015 issue.
Though they could pass for computer-generated renderings, French illustrator Thibaud Herem’s