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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
Make It Right's Next Move

Make It Right's Next Move

The non-profit plans to set up 20 LEED-Platinum homes on Montana Indian Reservation.

June 2014
Of Fundamentals and Fundamentalists: Critics Talk Koolhaas's Biennale

Of Fundamentals and Fundamentalists: Critics Talk Koolhaas's Biennale

What everyone is saying about Rem's Venice curatorial effort.

June 2014
Yves Behar's Digital Green Thumb

Yves Behar's Digital Green Thumb

Edyn, fuseproject's latest, promises to improve your gardening and change the future of farming. All in a day's work.

June 2014
The Invisible Architect of Invisible Architecture

The Invisible Architect of Invisible Architecture

An exclusive look at architect Knud Lonberg-Holm, the father of information design and one of Buckminster Fuller's greatest influences.

June 2014
Remembering Marc Dessauce, Scholar of Early American Modernism

Remembering Marc Dessauce, Scholar of Early American Modernism

The late architectural historian assembled a large archive of documents devoted to the architect Knud Lonberg-Holm.

June 2014
ArcelorMittal Places a Golden Bet on England's World Cup Team

ArcelorMittal Places a Golden Bet on England's World Cup Team

London's ugliest icon will be gilded if the English squad takes home the tournament trophy.

June 2014
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