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The Sponge Park: Cleaning One of America's Most Polluted Waterways

The Sponge Park: Cleaning One of America's Most Polluted Waterways

The pilot project by dlandstudio, recently completed along the Gowanus Canal in New York City, will absorb polluted water like a sponge.

November 2016
What's Next for Airbnb's Innovation and Design Studio

What's Next for Airbnb's Innovation and Design Studio

"Samara" is leveraging the apartment sharing site’s community for good works—from boosting the economy of a Japanese town to providing pathways to legal work for refugees in Jordan.

November 2016
Refugees Could 'Save' America's Rust Belt—Will We Let Them?

Refugees Could 'Save' America's Rust Belt—Will We Let Them?

Across the nation, refugees are boosting America's legacy cities, but encountering resistance from residents. If these cities are to succeed, we must reframe the narrative around refugees—and design could have a pivotal role to play.

November 2016
Portable Privacy

Portable Privacy

Collaborating with renowned designers Peter Stathis and Michael McCoy, Pablo Designs developed Corner Office, a reconfigurable desktop unit that fosters privacy in the workplace.

October 2016
Escape to the South

Escape to the South

Supportive local initiatives and tight-knit creative communities are increasingly attracting young architects and designers to America's Southern cities.

October 2016
Q&A: Mia Lehrer

Q&A: Mia Lehrer

We ask the landscape architect how she feels now the master plan for Los Angeles' River Revitalization, a "life's work," has been handed over to Gehry + Partners.

October 2016
Island Inspiration

Island Inspiration

The newest Design Hotels project in Ibiza is an unlikely union of pastoral respite and ideas exchange.

October 2016
The Upwards Gaze: Ceilings Finally Embrace Aesthetics

The Upwards Gaze: Ceilings Finally Embrace Aesthetics

Often relegated to pure functionalism, increasingly, the ceiling is taking on architectural expression.

October 2016
Walk the Line

Walk the Line

The Drawing Show, now at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles, surveys a broad selection of 2D works—but don't expect any overt representations of buildings.

October 2016
Three Visions for The (Near) Future of Hotel Design

Three Visions for The (Near) Future of Hotel Design

At the 10th annual Radical Innovation Awards, two worthy finalists presented their visions for the hotel of the future—including an idea for a flying drone hotel.

October 2016
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