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The New School's New Hire Asserts Design's Role in the Refugee Crisis

The New School's New Hire Asserts Design's Role in the Refugee Crisis

Alex Aleinikoff, incoming director of the Zolberg Institute of Migration and Mobility at the New School for Social Resource, hopes to bring together the worlds of social research and design.

December 2016
How Algorithms Can Inform Office Design

How Algorithms Can Inform Office Design

WeWork’s Product Research team has been developing methods to employ machine learning to forecast how often meeting rooms are used.

December 2016
Made in Taipei

Made in Taipei

Taipei's designation as this year's World Design Capital—chosen by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design—is a recognition of the city's pioneering, design-led urban strategies.

December 2016
Publisher's Note: In Praise of Humanity in the Digital-Service Economy

Publisher's Note: In Praise of Humanity in the Digital-Service Economy

In an age of cold and confusing digital communication, Coalesse’s concierge service is an exception to the rule.

December 2016
Sketching, Unbounded: New App Eliminates the Constraints of CAD

Sketching, Unbounded: New App Eliminates the Constraints of CAD

A new app gives you the ability to sketch freely in a three-dimensional, digital space.

November 2016
How BIG Got Its Grove Back

How BIG Got Its Grove Back

Landscape architect Raymond Jungles saved BIG's Grove at Grand Bay from becoming what it would otherwise be: yet another luxury highrise in Miami.

November 2016
Jo Noero on Self-Help Housing, Neoliberalism, & What Patrik Schumacher Doesn't Understand

Jo Noero on Self-Help Housing, Neoliberalism, & What Patrik Schumacher Doesn't Understand

In this interview, South African architect Jo Noero discusses the importance of dweller control in housing—and how it can make the temporary become permanent.

November 2016
One-Stop Co-op

One-Stop Co-op

The Kalkbreite cooperative in Zurich suggests how co-ops will become viable for the 21st century.

November 2016
Disrupting the Gendered Nature of Wearable Tech

Disrupting the Gendered Nature of Wearable Tech

Fed up with the gendered aesthetic of wearable tech, two RISD students have launched an experimental clothing line.

November 2016
An Incredible Journey into the New York City that Never Was

An Incredible Journey into the New York City that Never Was

A new book compiles remarkable architectural and planning projects that would have drastically changed the city we know today.

November 2016
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