Rising Stars: Furniture, Lighting, and More by the Best New Designers Out There

Rising Stars: Furniture, Lighting, and More by the Best New Designers Out There

Life in the City: Inspiring Apartments and Exceptional Urban Homes
Up to the Edge: Two Surfers Perch a House on a Chilean Cliffside


The Dwell 24: These Are the Best New Designers Out There
The Dwell 24: These Are the Best New Designers Out There
Dwell’s 2022 list of emerging talent features meeting-the-moment furniture, lighting, and more objects for your home.
By William Hanley - a month ago
The New Design Critics Next Door
Are savvy shitposting, dick-joke discourse, and endless memes the future of how we understand architecture?
In Buenos Aires, a Family’s Experimental Renovation Tests the Boundaries of a Busy Street Corner
Architects Nicolás Tovo and Teresa Sarmiento shielded their mostly glass home from view while preserving a connection to the outdoors.
Rafael de Cárdenas Opens Up His Un-Parisian Paris Pied-à-Terre
The compact space he shares with his partner eschews clichés and embraces designer lighting.
A Surfer Couple Build an All-Black Off-Grid Cabin on a Seaside Bluff in Chile
Timber-clad interiors make it cozy while wall-length windows capture sweeping vistas of the Pacific.
A New York City Couple Embrace Retirement in a Converted Dairy Farm Upstate
Worrell Yeung creates a dark-green compound that feels private, despite a busy road nearby.
A Los Angeles Musician’s Shed-Roofed Home Gets a Pitch-Perfect Renovation
Drew Straus calls on Laun Studio to update his 1930s house with a copper roof, cobalt-blue finishes, and a sunny music studio.
An Architect Couple Give a Loft in a Former Light Bulb Factory a Glowing Revamp
The founding partners of CO–G elevate mundane materials as they cleverly divide the space for work, rest, and play.
In Cancún, Two Architects Are Using Rental Apartments to Try to Reinvigorate a Neighborhood
Donceles has languished in the shadow of exclusive beach resorts, and the designers think new residents could bring life back to the area.
A Trio of Design Professionals Create a Development of High-Performing Townhouses in Melbourne
They pooled their resources to replace a dilapidated single-family residence with a row of three compact, energy-efficient homes for their own families.
A Chicago Designer Finds Lessons in the Toy-Making Traditions of His Japanese Heritage
After discovering the sustainable art of kokeshi, Kazuki Guzmán worked it into his own design practice—and began sharing it with others.
Get Lost (With a Bottle of Whiskey)
The Lost Whiskey Club, in the hills of Virginia hunt country, encourages visitors to disconnect in order to reconnect with nature and each other.
All in Good Taste
Exercise your design and culinary creativity with Miele’s new Generation 7000 appliances.
A Light Touch
Aly Morford and Leigh Lincoln of Pure Salt Interiors give a designer’s point of view on how to achieve the perfect kitchen lighting.