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A Gift to Toronto

A Gift to Toronto

The Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre hold out hope for an unlikely and uninteresting neighborhood.

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Witnessing History

Witnessing History

A retrospective look at Swiss photographer René Burri's career reveals a portrait of the twentieth century.

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Place for Protest

Place for Protest

Paris’s historic center for dissent, Place de la République, gets an expansion and an update.

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Paper-Thin Walls

Paper-Thin Walls

AECOM specially engineers fiberglass to achieve Smiljan Radić’s vision for the Serpentine Pavilion.

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Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Metropolis's next competition asks designers to take a bold leap with DuPont Corian.

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A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

'Black Dress' explores the work of 10 black fashion designers.

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How Boomers Will Shape the Future of Our Cities

How Boomers Will Shape the Future of Our Cities

The principal of CannonDesign predicts that his generation will be active participants in making our urban environments healthier

January 2015
The Floating Gardens of Uppsala

The Floating Gardens of Uppsala

The Swedish city debuted its buoyant pocket park last summer as a way to promote urban farming.

January 2015
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

After a six-year restoration, the landmark is poised to open its doors once again.

January 2015
Game Changers 2015: Liam Casey

Game Changers 2015: Liam Casey

Can making less help us innovate more? This supply-chain guru, who has worked with giants like Apple, is forging connections between sustainable manufacturing and emerging entrepreneurs.

January 2015
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