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In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

When everyone seemed to jump on the digital bandwagon, R. Roger Remington, RIT's Vignelli distinguished professor of design, went the other way.

June 2016
Dystopia in the Sky

Dystopia in the Sky

The first film adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s classic novel "High-Rise" is a decadent romp set against a background of Brutalism.

June 2016
At Bolon, Technology Looms Large

At Bolon, Technology Looms Large

With expanded technological capabilities, Bolon makes a bold move toward customizable flooring.

May 2016
Forest Escape

Forest Escape

A sensitive upgrade to a beloved getaway in Oregon takes its cues from the natural landscape that surrounds it.

May 2016
Timely, Urban, and Contextual: The Venice Architecture Biennale's Most Thought-Provoking Pavilions

Timely, Urban, and Contextual: The Venice Architecture Biennale's Most Thought-Provoking Pavilions

The best of the pack stood out by marrying beautiful design with stimulating, politically urgent content.

May 2016
Q&A: Malkit Shoshan, Curator of the Dutch Pavilion

Q&A: Malkit Shoshan, Curator of the Dutch Pavilion

Malkit Shoshan, the curator of the Dutch Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, discusses her exhibit on the architecture of UN bases around the world.

May 2016
A Student-Designed Canteen That Became A Community Landmark

A Student-Designed Canteen That Became A Community Landmark

When the Chonnabot School canteen, a perennial victim of flooding and termites, was retired, third-year architecture students were given the task of replacing it.

May 2016
We Need More Boredom in Our Lives

We Need More Boredom in Our Lives

Rhode Island School of Design’s president believes that if you’re not bored enough, you may be missing something.

May 2016
Always in Season

Always in Season

Two hip San Francisco restaurateurs turn their focus toward sustainable fine dining.

May 2016
Welcome Home: "Making Heimat" Exhibition Politicizes the Architecture of Refugee Housing

Welcome Home: "Making Heimat" Exhibition Politicizes the Architecture of Refugee Housing

The German pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale spotlights the country's refugee crisis and its impact on housing infrastructure.

May 2016
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