November 2016

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One-Stop Co-op

One-Stop Co-op

The Kalkbreite cooperative in Zurich suggests how co-ops will become viable for the 21st century.

Hostel Takeover

Hostel Takeover

Singapore's latest hospitality concept caters entirely to millennial travelers.

Midcentury Lodging

Midcentury Lodging

A collaboration between Marriott and West Elm leads to crossover innovations between hospitality and manufacturing.

Shaping the City

Shaping the City

A new show at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city’s legacy of zoning.

In Today's Interiors, Design You Can't See Trumps the Photo Op

In Today's Interiors, Design You Can't See Trumps the Photo Op

In some of the best workplaces, the most interesting parts are often not visible to the eye.

Wellness Frontier

Wellness Frontier

In its new headquarters, the American Society of Interior Designers tackles the next big challenge for workplace design—helping office-goers stay healthy.

Hospitality’s Wake-Up Call

Hospitality’s Wake-Up Call

To stay relevant in the increasingly mercurial hospitality industry, hotels are reinventing their relationships with guests and the local community.

Review: MoMA's 'Modern Interiors' Falls Short

Review: MoMA's 'Modern Interiors' Falls Short

The Museum of Modern Art's latest exhibit revisits Modernism’s home remedies, but it misses the symptoms they were intended to treat.

Geometric Trick

Geometric Trick

To renovate a town house in Brooklyn, Young Projects built an extension, added green spaces, and brought sunlight into the home—all within the constraints of a modest site.

Rediscovering Chareau

Rediscovering Chareau

A new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York City rescues the French avant-garde architect and designer from obscurity.

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.

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.