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Q&A: Krista Ninivaggi

Q&A: Krista Ninivaggi

The celebrated designer talks about her interior design work at SHoP, new fabrication technologies, and opening her own firm.

July 2014
What Broadacre City Can Teach Us

What Broadacre City Can Teach Us

Frank Lloyd Wright's agrarian fairytale offers some lessons, and plenty of warnings, to contemporary architects and planners.

July 2014
How Arup Engineered The Living's Mushroom Tower

How Arup Engineered The Living's Mushroom Tower

The firm explains what it took to build this year's MoMA PS1 YAP pavilion.

July 2014
Long-Distance Teamwork

Long-Distance Teamwork

Powerful video-based tools allow seamless collaboration around the world.

June 2014
Buffalo Museum Brings Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station to Life

Buffalo Museum Brings Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station to Life

The Pierce-Arrow Museum recently unveiled a replica of the architect's design.

June 2014
Girard on Glass

Girard on Glass

Skyline Design finds that the midcentury designer’s famous patterns work very well with contemporary materials.

June 2014
Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

Nearly a decade in the making, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights opens its doors.

June 2014
Private Office Blues

Private Office Blues

Having his own closed work space in the open-cubicle world of 2014 has our columnist feeling uneasy.

June 2014
Leading the Band

Leading the Band

A young San Francisco designer directs a diverse array of artists and makers to create an office of uncommon warmth and wit.

June 2014
The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

A squashed egg? An alien pod? Chilean architect Smiljan Radic talks about his quirky design.

June 2014
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