Culture

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Preserving Paper

Preserving Paper

"In our mad dash into the digital world, what happens to our nondigital history?"

November 2015
Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius

The Walker Art Center's "Hippie Modernism" takes seriously the era's mantra-like invitations to "turn on, tune in, drop out."

October 2015
Remembering Matriarch of Modern Design Journalism, Olga Gueft

Remembering Matriarch of Modern Design Journalism, Olga Gueft

A memorial to the late editor in chief of Interiors magazine and lifelong design advocate.

October 2015
New Agendas at Chicago's Architecture Biennial

New Agendas at Chicago's Architecture Biennial

The biennial's directors discuss how the event will act as R&D for architecture and design.

September 2015
The Digitally Connected Century Can Revitalize Tears in the Urban-Natural Fabric of Our Cities

The Digitally Connected Century Can Revitalize Tears in the Urban-Natural Fabric of Our Cities

The Lost Spaces 2015 Ideas Competition asked designers to produce projects that would restore Calgary's forgotten or neglected urban spaces.

July-August 2015
If You're Wondering about the Future of Interior Design, Look to the Schools

If You're Wondering about the Future of Interior Design, Look to the Schools

Today's graduate students are taking on complex and timely issues that designers in every specialty need to be concerned with.

June 2015
Speaking Up: 30 Years of Emerging Voices

Speaking Up: 30 Years of Emerging Voices

The Architectural League’s Rosalie Genevro and Anne Rieselbach discuss the history of the Emerging Voices program and its evolution over the course of three decades.

June 2015
The Brazen Bull Corporation

The Brazen Bull Corporation

The contemporary office breeds a compulsory enthusiasm that can wear down employees.

June 2015
Sunshine and Noir

Sunshine and Noir

A new volume of photographs captures the romance, grit, and many contradictions of Los Angeles.

May 2015
Dirty Money

Dirty Money

An artist’s response to a design icon from the Gilded Age is also a criticism of the disparities in society today.

May 2015
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