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Looks Do Matter

Looks Do Matter

The latest iteration of the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial tackles the age-old problem: how do we define beauty?

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Q&A: Luc Sante

Q&A: Luc Sante

The writer and critic reveals his nostalgia for an older Paris, mourns the city's disappearing café culture, and touches on the urban defects of neoliberalism.

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A Trophy for Living In

A Trophy for Living In

Mark Foster Gage’s provocative design for a Manhattan skyscraper doesn’t shy away from sticky questions of taste, form, or property speculation.

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Remembering Richard Sapper, 1932–2015

Remembering Richard Sapper, 1932–2015

A technical genius, a generous collaborator, and an adventurous man—Sapper was all these things, say his former friends, associates, and admirers.

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Science Spectacle

Science Spectacle

When it is completed next summer, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami will feature the world's most cutting-edge planetarium.

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Holy Sit

Holy Sit

The Bernardes bench draws on the material austerity and charm of an old convent for inspiration.

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Continuing the Series

Continuing the Series

One of Arne Jacobsen’s most popular creations, the Series 7 chair from Fritz Hansen, gets a splash of color to mark its 60th anniversary.

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The Why of It All

The Why of It All

For more than five decades Sara Little Turnbull has been corporate America's secret weapon, working behind the scenes, operating at the intersection of design and commerce.

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Little-Known Legends from the Bauhaus

Little-Known Legends from the Bauhaus

A special exhibition at the Bauhaus-Archiv celebrates the museum's newest acquisitions.

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Learning from Africa

Learning from Africa

Ten ways how creativity on the continent reflects and suggests global shifts in design practice

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