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Girard on Glass

Girard on Glass

Skyline Design finds that the midcentury designer’s famous patterns work very well with contemporary materials.

June 2014
Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

Nearly a decade in the making, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights opens its doors.

June 2014
Private Office Blues

Private Office Blues

Having his own closed work space in the open-cubicle world of 2014 has our columnist feeling uneasy.

June 2014
Leading the Band

Leading the Band

A young San Francisco designer directs a diverse array of artists and makers to create an office of uncommon warmth and wit.

June 2014
The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

A squashed egg? An alien pod? Chilean architect Smiljan Radic talks about his quirky design.

June 2014
Futurists Propose "Walking City" of Configurable Housing Units

Futurists Propose "Walking City" of Configurable Housing Units

Terreform ONE proposes a radical answer to the question in multigenerational housing for America.

June 2014
Face-to-Face

Face-to-Face

Even in our digital age, the urge to physically connect is still alive and well.

June 2014
Q&A: Erik Tietz

Q&A: Erik Tietz

The founding partner of Tietz-Baccon discusses how advances in materials and fabrication are changing design in more ways than just form.

June 2014
Seeing in the Dark

Seeing in the Dark

When it comes to lighting, designer Linnaea Tillett often finds that less is more.

June 2014
Biennale Breakdown: A Guide to the National Pavilions

Biennale Breakdown: A Guide to the National Pavilions

All the highlights, misses, and surprises from architecture's biggest event

June 2014
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