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Five Architectural Highlights from the Pathé Newsreel Archive

04/29/14

Five Architectural Highlights from the Pathé Newsreel Archive

Dig into British Pathé's 85,000-video archive with these architecture clips.

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Behind the Scenes at 3form

04/29/14

Behind the Scenes at 3form

A look at how the materials manufacturer plans to go carbon neutral and beyond.

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Doshi Levien's Rabari Rugs Play with Tradition

04/28/14

Doshi Levien's Rabari Rugs Play with Tradition

The designer duo's new flatweave rug collection is the result of a truly global process.

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Forensis: Architecture in the Court of Law

04/28/14

Forensis: Architecture in the Court of Law

How one group of architects is using forensics as a tool for justice.

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Signgeist #8: The Silent Language of Cemeteries

04/25/14

Signgeist #8: The Silent Language of Cemeteries

Seeing signs in graveyards

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The Activist Generation Changes the Face of the Favela

04/25/14

The Activist Generation Changes the Face of the Favela

A young tour guide demonstrates the vital culture of his community, a teeming Sao Paulo favela.

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Learning from Mao: Architecture Students Redesign a Fashion Classic

04/25/14

Learning from Mao: Architecture Students Redesign a Fashion Classic

Students from the USC School of Architecture were given a strange task: create a Mao jacket out of unconventional materials.

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Hans Hollein: 1934-2014

04/24/14

Hans Hollein: 1934-2014

The Austrian architect was a pioneer of Postmodernism, for whom everything was architecture.

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Reimagining Architectural History in Cardboard

04/24/14

Reimagining Architectural History in Cardboard

Artist David Lefkowitz creates speculative structures on and out of corrugated cardboard.

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Q&A: James Stewart Polshek

04/24/14

Q&A: James Stewart Polshek

The architect talks about his new book, his decades-long career and practice, and what's next.

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