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Design Under 35: The Hansgrohe Group Reflects on the Best of the Last 35 Years

08/30/16

Design Under 35: The Hansgrohe Group 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.

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The Future of Work: Designing the Workplace of the Distributed Economy

08/30/16

The Future of Work: Designing the Workplace of the Distributed Economy

To design for the future of work in the distributed economy, we must tackle the issues of disconnection, communication, and transparency.

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Celebrating New York's Experimental Design Mecca

08/30/16

Celebrating New York's Experimental Design Mecca

For its two-year anniversary, Chamber invited nine designers to each exhibit a cabinet and an accompanying curiosity.

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25 Exhibitions to Catch This Fall

08/30/16

25 Exhibitions to Catch This Fall

Metropolis' editors select the exhibitions we're most excited to check out this fall.

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Farewell Sir Lady Jane

08/24/16

Farewell Sir Lady Jane

Yesterday, the design world lost one of its keenest minds and biggest advocates: Jane Thompson.

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Kickstarter Campaign Hopes to Publish Lance Wyman's Fantastic Diaries

08/24/16

Kickstarter Campaign Hopes to Publish Lance Wyman's Fantastic Diaries

The graphic master has written in these "designlogs" every day since 1973.

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The Day Art Deco Was Born

08/24/16

The Day Art Deco Was Born

The Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes gave rise to a new international style and, ultimately, provided its name: Art Deco.

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Architecture Bearing Witness

08/23/16

Architecture Bearing Witness

Forensic Architecture and Amnesty International have digitally replicated a Syrian prison—in effect memorializing those who died, survived, and remain there still.

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Yuri Grigoryan on Unteaching Architects, Zaha Hadid, & the Shed Manifesto

08/19/16

Yuri Grigoryan on Unteaching Architects, Zaha Hadid, & the Shed Manifesto

The founder of Project Meganom describes how Russian architecture must free itself from the traditions that bind it.

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The Good And Bad of Airbnb

08/18/16

The Good And Bad of Airbnb

A collection of excellent articles and exhibits that made us ponder on the pros and cons of Airbnb.

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