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1. Videogames, Architecture, and Experimental Food: PSFK's Annual Conference Connects the Unexpected article 1 %
2. Video Profile: Laurie Olin
A new video series from the Cultural Landscape Foundation investigates the work of landscape architect Laurie Olin.
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3. Video: See How Architects Use Computation to Ensure Optimal Views
A computation specialist from NBBJ discusses how he uses scripting and more to shape the design of a building.
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4. View From the Bridge
A slice of Hollywood East set amid the industrial squalor of Queens, Silvercup Studios plays host to a new featured performer: New York’s largest green roof.
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5. Vishaansanity
SHoP’s new partner, Vishaan Chakrabarti, promises to turbo-charge a firm already operating at full speed.
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6. Visiting the 9/11 Memorial in Lower Manhattan article 1 %
7. Voices of New Orleans
Further discussions on the rebuilding of New Orleans and the Big Easy’s future.
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8. Voicing The Visual
Apple’s graphically oriented new screen reader may be the future of accessible interface design.
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9. Voyeurs’ Delight
At the Standard, André Balazs’s High Line–straddling hotel, the show occurs on both sides of the glass.
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10. Walking the Talk
In its new office and showroom in London, Nike makes a bold and branded statement.
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11. Wanna Buy Some High-Speed Rail?
The writer argues for a sustainability movement that creates an image of hope and possibility, but also does not shy away from the urgency and moral imperative of our dilemma.
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12. Wanted: People’s Architects
­The American Institute of Architects challenges its members to improve the built environment for all. Is the profession prepared to respond?
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13. Want to teach? Break a leg! article 1 %
14. Want Universal Design? Make Technology More Intuitive article 1 %
15. Warhol’s Time Machine
The artist’s 612 cardboard boxes of junk offer a gateway to the past, the present, and maybe even the future.
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16. Waste Not
With public tours and a facility built of renewable materials, Madrid’s new waste-treatment plant preaches what it practices.
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17. Was There an L.A. School of Architecture? article 1 %
18. Water Guns article 1 %
19. Waterlogged Agriculture article 1 %
20. Water Works
Led by a hard-charging CEO and his right-hand man, Grohe uses design to remake both the bathroom and its own business.
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