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Paper-Thin Walls

Paper-Thin Walls

AECOM specially engineers fiberglass to achieve Smiljan Radić’s vision for the Serpentine Pavilion.

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Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Metropolis's next competition asks designers to take a bold leap with DuPont Corian.

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A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

'Black Dress' explores the work of 10 black fashion designers.

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Structured Play

Structured Play

Design for those who just won't grow up

September 2014
Making Lights in Lebanon

Making Lights in Lebanon

.PSLAB is part of Beirut’s design vanguard, creating illumination for spaces around the world.

September 2014
Reviving a Paris Hot Spot

Reviving a Paris Hot Spot

The design of the Molitor hotel pays homage to its rich legacy, after being an Art Deco icon, then a graffiti destination.

September 2014
When the Open Office Isn’t Always the Problem or Solution

When the Open Office Isn’t Always the Problem or Solution

Opinion: How much impact can the configuration of an office have?

September 2014
Baby Boomer Bathroom

Baby Boomer Bathroom

The Sabi Space system is a sleek bathroom solution that plays both to millennials and the aging.

September 2014
Rem’s Kit of Parts

Rem’s Kit of Parts

Koolhaas’s 15-volume look into architectural elements is exhaustive and exhausting, mad and maddening.

September 2014
Lower Manhattan and the Tragedy of Business as Usual

Lower Manhattan and the Tragedy of Business as Usual

Ground Zero has, at long last, begun taking on its final shape. After spending billions of dollars, what exactly have we wrought?

September 2014
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