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Q&A: Architect Joseph Filippelli on the Future of the Workplace

07/01/14

Q&A: Architect Joseph Filippelli on the Future of the Workplace

The designer talks office trends and the Workplace of the Future 2.0 Competition.

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How Arup Engineered The Living's Mushroom Tower

07/01/14

How Arup Engineered The Living's Mushroom Tower

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

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Buffalo Museum Brings Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station to Life

06/30/14

Buffalo Museum Brings Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station to Life

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

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Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

06/28/14

Atlanta Welcomes New Civil Rights Museum

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

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Q&A: Olmsted Scholar Sara Zewde on Cultural Preservation, Landscape Architecture, and Kanye West

06/27/14

Q&A: Olmsted Scholar Sara Zewde on Cultural Preservation, Landscape Architecture, and Kanye West

The student discusses her influences, her scholarly work, and what's next .

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The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

06/26/14

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Has Landed

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

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Futurists Propose "Walking City" of Configurable Housing Units

06/25/14

Futurists Propose "Walking City" of Configurable Housing Units

Terreform ONE proposes a radical answer to the question in multigenerational housing for America.

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Q&A: Erik Tietz

06/24/14

Q&A: Erik Tietz

The founding partner of Tietz-Baccon discusses how advances in materials and fabrication are changing design in more ways than just form.

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OfficeUS Rethinks How the Architectural Profession Is Run

06/24/14

OfficeUS Rethinks How the Architectural Profession Is Run

Inside the U.S. pavilion's "offices" at the Venice Architecture Biennale

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Biennale Breakdown: A Guide to the National Pavilions

06/23/14

Biennale Breakdown: A Guide to the National Pavilions

All the highlights, misses, and surprises from architecture's biggest event

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