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The Man Who Elevated Landscape to Art

The Man Who Elevated Landscape to Art

Roberto Burle Marx was more than the peerless landscape architect who revolutionized the garden aesthetic. He was also a consummate artist whose innovations drew on a wide range of cultural and natural references.

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Breaking Ground: Using Housing to Reduce Health Care Costs

Breaking Ground: Using Housing to Reduce Health Care Costs

We speak with Brenda Rosen, the President and CEO of Breaking Ground, about the power and potential of supportive housing.

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A Healthy Dialogue: Putting Interiors & Exteriors in Conversation in Healthcare

A Healthy Dialogue: Putting Interiors & Exteriors in Conversation in Healthcare

Susan S. Szenasy talked to members of the Miami office of Perkins+Will about the mutually supportive role interior and exterior spaces play in healthcare environments.

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A New New York, The Same Old Story

A New New York, The Same Old Story

While it has brought with it a fair share of good buildings, New York’s architectural renaissance has presided over a general dissolution of urban mix.

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The Best of the 21st Century: Interiors

The Best of the 21st Century: Interiors

We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best interiors of the past 16 years. The following is a curated list of ten sleek interiors with clean lines and eclectic sensibilities.

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Luxury on the Frontier

Luxury on the Frontier

One of Phoenix’s newest boutique hotels, the Camby embraces its southwestern roots without delving too far into cowboy territory.

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Where We Work: Inside the New Offices of Metropolis Magazine

Where We Work: Inside the New Offices of Metropolis Magazine

After almost two decades, Metropolis moves to an airy, light-filled office that supports a collaborative model of media production and considers evolving ideas of workplace design.

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In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

When everyone seemed to jump on the digital bandwagon, R. Roger Remington, RIT's Vignelli distinguished professor of design, went the other way.

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"NYCxDESIGN Makes Our City a Powerhouse of Economic Activity"

"NYCxDESIGN Makes Our City a Powerhouse of Economic Activity"

When you visit this month's fair, think of the power of vision and what wonderful changes design can inspire, says Metropolis editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy.

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The Best of the 21st Century: Products

The Best of the 21st Century: Products

We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best products of the past 16 years. The following designs not only redefined conventional products but reshaped our lives.

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Rockwell Reveals First Furniture Collection at Milan

Rockwell Reveals First Furniture Collection at Milan

Rockwell Group has designed a "fluid" 14-piece furniture collection, Valet, set to debut at the Salone del Mobile 2016.

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