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Articles about how build compact fold down desk small spaces on Dwell.com - Dwell

Don’t have ten acres to stuff full of perennials? Fret not! Gardens can make a big impact even on a small scale.<p>The first few paragraphs of a recent New York Times article on architect Gary Chang's Hong Kong apartment read like a scene from...<p>We spoke with architect Eric Cobb about the process …

Articles about 5 glass prefabs on Dwell.com - Dwell

Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron talks us through Dwell's December/January 2016 issue.<p>When researching the benefits of building with a prefab concrete system, one of the outstanding elements that comes up...<p>Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest.<p>Despite its …

Photographer Creates Stunning Symmetric Images with Light and Reflection

<b>All Photographs (c) Ferdinand Choffray, Courtesy of Ferdinand Choffray</b><p>Could symmetrical composition be part of defining beauty? Symmetry makes it attractive. This is what we've been told. When applied to photography, the binomial equilibrium and proportion can create striking images.<p>The shots of</b> …

Articles about opened house on Dwell.com - Dwell

A few years after moving into their stocky, cavelike 1970s bi-level 20 miles southeast of Milwaukee, JJ and Eric Edstrom decided...<p>On view all summer, a new exhibition at Philip Johnson's Glass House provides the first survey to explore the relationship...<p>Taylor Morrison’s San Juan Capistrano …

Architecture

Get Out of Here! 6 Magazines for Summer Travel

Summer is almost here, so pack your bags for a break. No matter if it’s a day trip, overseas, with kids, your friends or flying solo, Flipboard has a number of resources to help you plan.<p>Here are five magazines for summer travel:<p>#IWantToGoHere: Summer Travel Edition by The Findery: The Findery …

22 Contemporary Authors You Absolutely Should Be Reading

These writers are not to be missed.

10 Ways to Tone Up Without Killing Yourself at the Gym

<i>Every Monday we tap an industry expert for tips that only insiders know. This week Brooke Siler, Pilates pioneer and author of 'The New York Times' best-seller 'The Pilates Body: The Ultimate At-Home Guide to Strengthening, Lengthening and Toning Your Body- Without Machines', explains that it is</i> …

Nutrition

10 Totally Unexpected Ways to Cook with Pumpkin

Put down the pie and pick up the waffles: This nutritional powerhouse and quintessential fall and winter ingredient can be a star at breakfast, …

How movie-makers read your mind

Investing in movies and TV is always a gamble, but technology that reads your desires is helping shorten the odds of producing a hit, says Colin Barras.<p><b>Why is there such interest in finding new ways to gauge audience reactions?</b><br>Why wouldn’t there be, when a film like Disney’s The Lone Ranger …

Gaudí’s La Sagrada Família: Genius or folly?

Soaring above Barcelona, Antonio Gaudí’s church will eventually become the world’s tallest when it is finally finished. But is it also the most controversial religious building? Jonathan Glancey investigates.<p>“My client is in no hurry”. Antoni Gaudí believed that God had all the time in the world, …

A guide to American diners

The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the pop star who became a celibate vicar, how Beethoven harmed music and why artists can’t depict running.<p>Romantic comedy in Auschwitz<br>Michael Hofmann | London Review Of Books | 15 October 2014 <br>Perceptive and damning review of Martin Amis’s novel, …

VIDÉO - "Twin Peaks" : 4 ingrédients indispensables pour le retour de la série

La série <i>Twin Peaks</i> fera son retour tant attendu sur le petit écran. Alors que le personnage de Laura Palmer prédisait à l'agent Dale Cooper "nous …

Nouvelles perspectives pour Alzheimer après le Nobel de médecine | Actualités | Reuters

par Ben Hirschler<p>La découverte de cellules du cerveau jouant le rôle d'un GPS interne permettant au corps de s'orienter, qui a valu le prix Nobel de médecine 2014 à trois scientifiques, ouvre de nouvelles perspectives sur la démence. /Photo d'archives/REUTERS/Christian Hartmann<p>LONDRES (Reuters) - …

How to Take Amazing Vacation Photos With Your Phone

<i>Roberto Trm / Flickr</i><p>There may be no better travel companion than your smartphone. Beyond putting useful information at your fingertips, these devices allow you to take detailed, high-quality images on the fly, often replacing bulky digital SLR cameras. While the smartphone camera's point-and-shoot …

Adventurous Mountaineers Scale the Alps for Incredible Photos

Although these stunning images might look like the work of Photoshop magic, photographer Robert Bsch (or Robert Boesch) captured these campaign photos for the Swiss mountaineering brand Mammut by carefully coordinating an entire team of mountaineers on the snowy Alps. Racing against time and …

His Camera Takes Us To The World 'We Must Preserve'

<i>They're silvery and stunning — and their beauty bears a message.</i><p>"Genesis" <i>is a new exhibit of more than 200 black-and-white images from the noted Brazilian photographer</i> Sebastiao Salgado. <i>He wants to show us what the world and its peoples look like now, how climate change has already had an impact —</i> …

Rare photos of untouched Australia

Meet the photographer who travels in a helicopter turned campervan, capturing parts of Australia that most people have never seen.<p>The landscape below us was afire with glittering light.<p>“Pretty, isn’t it?” asked my companion, Richard Green, an eccentric Englishman who has flown all over Australia …

Nine films to watch in October

Where do fairy tales come from?

Everyone knows them – but how do they come to be? And why are they similar all over the world? In an excerpt from her new book, academic and writer Marina Warner investigates.<p>Imagine the history of fairy tales as a map: unfurl this imaginary terrain in your mind’s eye, and you will first see two …

Can you learn in your sleep?

Sleep learning used to be a pipe dream. Now neuroscientists say they have found ways to enhance your memory with your eyes closed, says David Robson.<p>Just before you climb under your duvet, you carefully prepare your room. You sprinkle a few drops of incense on your pillow, put on some headphones, …

Why is science fiction so hard to define?

A recent list of top science fiction films had some unusual choices and left out some well-regarded classics. But, says Quentin Cooper, that’s part of the problem – sci-fi is such a broad church it’s often very hard to define.<p>Time Out, the weekly listings magazine, recently ranked the 100 best …

Can we ever know what cats think?

Our picks of the week from around the web, including the mysteries of our feline friends, Disneyland’s design magic and why your birthdays may soon be ruined thanks to tech.<p>The great forgetting<br>Kristin Ohlson | Aeon | 30 July 2014<br>Adults generally remember little or nothing from their first three or …

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What the inside of a spaceship might really look like

Astronauts may one day spend years inside spaceships – and their interiors may have to be very different to our science fiction visions, writes Richard Hollingham.<p>The starship Enterprise has got to be one of the most beautiful fictional spacecraft ever created. But imagine beaming aboard (and I bet …

‘I was blind… now I have bionic eyes’

What is it like to see again after years of blindness? Rose Eveleth asks a woman whose sight was restored with a remarkable new eye implant.<p>Fran Fulton is 66, and she’s been fully blind for about 10 years. A few weeks ago, all that changed.<p>Fulton suffers from retinitis pigmentosa – a degenerative …

One of science's most baffling questions? Why we yawn

Yawning has puzzled scientists for more than two millennia. But could a new theory settle the question once and for all? David Robson investigates.<p>Mid-conversation with Robert Provine, I have a compelling urge, rising from deep inside my body. The more I try to quash it, the more it seems to …

Neurology

How to speak the language of thought

We are now beginning to crack the brain’s code, which allows us to answer such bizarre questions as “what is the speed of thought?”<p>When he was asked, as a joke, to explain how the mind works in five words, cognitive scientist Steven Pinker didn't hesitate. "Brain cells fire in patterns", he …

The amateur geneticist who surprised science

Kim Goodsell is unlucky enough to have two very rare diseases. Her doctors blamed coincidence, but was it? She taught herself genetics to find out, and as she tells Ed Yong, no-one expected what she would discover.<p>Kim Goodsell was running along a mountain trail when her left ankle began turning …

Why animals can’t resist touchscreen technology

Whether it’s apes, bears or penguins, animals can’t enough of touchscreens, says Jason G Goldman, and it’s revealing intriguing things about their behaviour.<p>Esme, Molly, Quinn, and Emily live together in Austria. Their favourite foods are mushrooms, sweetcorn, and strawberries, and their hobbies …

The secret to acing exams

In tests that offer a choice of answers, you can exploit hidden patterns to get full marks if you know how, says William Poundstone.<p>Our fates in school and beyond are decided by pop quizzes, final exams, drivers’ exams, and professional exams. Many are true-or-false, or multiple-choice. If you get …

28 Secrets of Exceptionally Productive People | Inc.com

Occasionally, I stumble on my own productivity tools and strategies, but mostly I borrow them from others.<p>So does Ryan Holiday, the author of the best-selling The Obstacle Is the Way (a really great book) and the compulsively readable <i>Trust Me, I'm Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator.</i><p>He's also …