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Closing the MoMA's Dedicated Design Galleries: New opportunities or Foreclosed Possibilities?

Closing the MoMA's Dedicated Design Galleries: New opportunities or Foreclosed Possibilities?

The Museum of Modern Art announced it will be eliminating its architecture and design galleries. At what cost?

April 2016
The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms

The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms

Sweden's Supreme Court has ruled against Wikimedia in a landmark case over “Freedom of Panorama." Here's why we all should be concerned.

April 2016
Toyo Ito on Architectural Ego, Legacy, & Life After the Biennale

Toyo Ito on Architectural Ego, Legacy, & Life After the Biennale

Pritzker Laureate Toyo Ito reflects on his career today and how it's changed since the tsunami of 2011.

April 2016
Profile: The Principals

Profile: The Principals

For this Brooklyn-based design trio, experimentation precedes conversation.

April 2016
Rethinking Architecture, From a Robot's Perspective

Rethinking Architecture, From a Robot's Perspective

Architect Michael Silver believes robots will soon help laborers build the architecture of the future.

April 2016
The Danger of Well-Washing

The Danger of Well-Washing

With so much fervor around "wellness," is the public at risk of being led astray by well-meaning but naïve practitioners?

April 2016
Haworth Acquires JANUS et Cie

Haworth Acquires JANUS et Cie

Through the acquisition of JANUS et Cie, the Poltrona Frau Group expands its outdoor furniture offerings further.

April 2016
New Urban Mechanics: The Start-Up That Works Within City Government

New Urban Mechanics: The Start-Up That Works Within City Government

We interview Nigel Jacob, the co-chair of an initiative that is injecting design thinking into Boston’s city government.

April 2016
Rockwell Reveals First Furniture Collection at Milan

Rockwell Reveals First Furniture Collection at Milan

Rockwell Group has designed a "fluid" 14-piece furniture collection, Valet, set to debut at the Salone del Mobile 2016.

April 2016
The Dutch Designer Behind Vitra's Color Revolution

The Dutch Designer Behind Vitra's Color Revolution

As art director of Vitra’s colors and materials, Hella Jongerius has spent a decade mastering shade and tone.

April 2016
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