The editors at Dwell sifted through the hundreds of homes featured over the past ten years to create their new special issue, Best Homes in America.
Examining the archives, they were impressed all over again by the ingenuity of the architects and homeowners that had filled their pages and inspired millions of readers. There's the iT House, a desert pre-fab in Pioneertown, California, that boasts a framing system of steel usually reserved for robotics. And Indiana’s famed Miller House, designed by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, with fabrics and personalized hand woven rugs still adorning the walls and floors. And a New York townhouse that utilizes old truck beds for bay window. From these and others, Dwell assembled their top 10.
Dwell magazine's Best Homes in America is on newsstands now and available at Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods, Hudson News and other outlets through February. For more information, go to dwell.com