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1. White Nights
Photographer David Allee explores the harsh but ethereal effect of artificial light on man-made environments.
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2. Who Really Benefits From Central Park?
Central Park is lauded as one of New York's greatest urban achievements, but whom does it actually serve?
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3. Who’s Afraid of Frank Gehry
The architect finds himself under attack by right-wing culture warriors.
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4. Whose Modernity?
Rem Koolhaas's provocation for the architecture biennale helps expose critical non-Eurocentric histories.
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5. W Hotels Goes Local
With 15 locations in the works, the boutique-hospitality brand is taking a site-sensitive approach to building its global empire.
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6. Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters article 15 %
7. Why Cycle Cities Are the Future
No longer just for bike fanatics but a healthy, efficient, and sustainable mode of transportation alternative for urban planners
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8. Why I Like the Seattle Library
Our author—who’s had her issues with monumental modernism—lets down her guard.
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9. Why I’m (Occasionally) Proud to Be an American
On a press junket to Houston, our columnist rediscovered the ingenuity for which we used to be famous.
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10. Why People Don’t Understand What Interior Designers Do (Part 1)
An outsider’s view of how interior design is perceived, practiced, and preached.
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11. Why Shashi Caan Is Overhauling Interior Design Education article 1 %
12. Why We Look at Architecture article 1 %
13. Why We’re Suing the Oil Companies
A former member of the flood protection authority in New Orleans explains why legal action is being taken against the petroleum industry operating in the Gulf of Mexico.
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14. Will NYC have a 6th Borough? article 4 %
15. Winging It
Coverings Etc finds a way to make tiles from recycled aircraft aluminum.
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16. Winka Dubbeldam
The architect talks about her love of details, her favorite pro-bono project, and the office mascot.
article 1 %
17. Wireless Evolution
No longer a dot-com pipedream, the “virtual office” finally works—and on a grand scale—at the new home of Norway’s telecom giant.
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18. Without Redundancy
In the wake of the Minneapolis tragedy, our columnist asks: As the interstate highway system ages, are other failures inevitable?
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19. Without Thought
Naoto Fukasawa’s exquisite synthesis of east and west has produced a wide range of products in seeming perfect balance. His objects, however, merely look simple.
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20. Women Outdoors
A new book from Mumbai considers what it would take to create cities that are truly inclusive.
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