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Mission Impossible?

Mission Impossible?

Dallas’s local architecture critic leads a campaign to tear down a highway in the autocentric city.

July-August 2014
San Francisco's Pier 9 Is Now The Cutting-Edge Autodesk Workshop

San Francisco's Pier 9 Is Now The Cutting-Edge Autodesk Workshop

An exclusive look at the software giant's digital manufacturing facility created by Lundberg Design.

July-August 2014
The Politics of Paint

The Politics of Paint

Three case studies show how a coat of paint can carry great political resonance.

July 2014
Herman Miller to Buy Design Within Reach

Herman Miller to Buy Design Within Reach

The latest in the saga of high-end acquisitions in the contract furniture industry

July 2014
Inside SeARCH's Futurist Hobbit Hole at the Architecture Biennale Rotterdam

Inside SeARCH's Futurist Hobbit Hole at the Architecture Biennale Rotterdam

"Yourtopia" questions what our homes should look like in an ecologically-minded age.

July 2014
Robert A.M. Stern Remembers Charles Moore

Robert A.M. Stern Remembers Charles Moore

The architect reflects on his time with Moore, the pomo theorist, designer, and epicurean.

July 2014
New PBS Series Uses 3-D Scanning to Unlock Secrets of the Pyramids

New PBS Series Uses 3-D Scanning to Unlock Secrets of the Pyramids

A new television program uses laser-scanning technology to analyze ancient monuments.

July 2014
How Chinese Urbanism Is Transforming African Cities

How Chinese Urbanism Is Transforming African Cities

The Chinese urban model has landed in cities across Africa, says Dutch research studio Go West Project.

July 2014
Students Collaborate on Solar-Powered, Energy-Producing House for European Decathlon

Students Collaborate on Solar-Powered, Energy-Producing House for European Decathlon

Designers from RISD, Brown, and the University of Applied Science Erfurt developed a prototypical home that actually generates 50% more energy than it uses.

July 2014
New York Architects Test Out Emergency Housing Prototypes to Combat Next Sandy

New York Architects Test Out Emergency Housing Prototypes to Combat Next Sandy

Garrison Architects and the NY Office of Emergency Management have developed a prefab, modular housing solution for those misplaced by disaster.

July 2014
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