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Bertoia Beyond Knoll: The Lesser-Known Works of a Mid-Century Master

Bertoia Beyond Knoll: The Lesser-Known Works of a Mid-Century Master

Two new exhibits at the Museum of Art and Design take a fresh look at the career of mid-century artist and designer Harry Bertoia.

August 2016
Another Trump Wall Competition Announced

Another Trump Wall Competition Announced

This one promises to be much more hilarious than the last.

August 2016
Miami: A City In A Serious State of Denial

Miami: A City In A Serious State of Denial

The Porsche Design Tower is an apt symbol for the self-absorbed hedonism of Miami's one percent, who continue to ignore the very real threat of rising seas.

August 2016
Will the Olympics' Failures Spark A New Urban Paradigm for Rio?

Will the Olympics' Failures Spark A New Urban Paradigm for Rio?

Without intending to, the trials and tribulations of the Olympics have revealed a potential, and radical, way forward for Rio de Janeiro.

August 2016
A Brutal Dismantling

A Brutal Dismantling

Photographer Harlan Erskine captures the demise of Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center over the course of a year.

August 2016
Wearable Brutalism: A Collection of Brutal Shoes

Wearable Brutalism: A Collection of Brutal Shoes

Shoe designer Chris Francis has designed a collection of "hard, rigid" shoes inspired by the aesthetic and philosophy of Brutalist Architecture.

August 2016
5 Highlights from Design Weekend São Paulo

5 Highlights from Design Weekend São Paulo

A few of the new and emerging talents showing at Design Weekend 2016 in São Paulo (August 9th to 14th).

August 2016
In Contemporary Architecture, the Section Is the Generator

In Contemporary Architecture, the Section Is the Generator

The founding partners of LTL Architects explain the utility of section drawings and their influence on 21st-century architecture.

August 2016
Design Under 35: Sedia Systems Reflects on the Best of the Last 35 Years

Design Under 35: Sedia Systems Reflects on the Best of the Last 35 Years

We're celebrating our 35th anniversary by asking leading practitioners to share their picks for the most important design work since 1981.

August 2016
Constructing a Narrative

Constructing a Narrative

David Adjaye tells us why The National Museum of African American History and Culture, opening in September, challenged him like never before.

July-August 2016
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