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Flea Markets Save Houston Neighborhood

03/14/14

Flea Markets Save Houston Neighborhood

How one Houston neighborhood is betting on flea market trucks and other mobile venues to revitalize their community.

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The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge

03/12/14

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge

Preview this year's Serpentine Galleries summer pavilion, designed by architect Smiljan Radic.

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How a 16-Year-Old Is Changing Her Favela, for the Better

03/12/14

How a 16-Year-Old Is Changing Her Favela, for the Better

A brewing youth movement seeks to improve favelas.

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Painting Innovation: Q&A with Steve Revnew

03/11/14

Painting Innovation: Q&A with Steve Revnew

The Sherwin-Williams Vice President of Product Development discusses the company's latest advances in fighting airborne pollutants.

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More Green, Less Gramps: Cadillac Rebrands Itself with New Hybrid

03/05/14

More Green, Less Gramps: Cadillac Rebrands Itself with New Hybrid

With the launch of the 2014 ELR, Cadillac revamps itself as a source of hip luxury.

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Moral Responsibility, Zaha Hadid and the al-Wakrah Stadium

03/04/14

Moral Responsibility, Zaha Hadid and the al-Wakrah Stadium

Writer Sherin Wing offers an alternative take on whether or not the architect is as powerless as the latter claims.

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Partners in Design

03/04/14

Partners in Design

Students from Northern Michigan University collaborated with Lloyd Flanders furniture makers to prototype human centered design.

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Community-Based Architecture: A Third Model

03/03/14

Community-Based Architecture: A Third Model

The Allencrest Community Learning Center is a case study in how architects can collaborate with communities.

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Why Architects Shouldn't Fetishize Slums

02/28/14

Why Architects Shouldn't Fetishize Slums

Projects like Hong Kong's Kowloon Walled City have sparked fascination among architects and designers, who overlook the terrible living conditions these slums fostered.

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Governments, Not Architects, Should Shoulder Responsibility for Worker Deaths, Says Hadid

02/27/14

Governments, Not Architects, Should Shoulder Responsibility for Worker Deaths, Says Hadid

The architect's controversial comments have come under fire. But might Zaha be right?

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