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Q&A: Daniel Libeskind

Q&A: Daniel Libeskind

Architect uses sculpture to investigate the dynamism of where architecture is moving.

October 2013
A New Humanism: Part 34

A New Humanism: Part 34

Bringing the human mind-body interactions with ecosystems into the educational mainstream

October 2013
Killer Herbs

Killer Herbs

Philly’s Benjamin Rush Medicinal Garden reconnects us to nature

October 2013
Empathize With Your Customer

Empathize With Your Customer

Avoid the temptation to stereotype when designing for real people

October 2013
Preserving the Work of Architecture’s Digital Pioneers

Preserving the Work of Architecture’s Digital Pioneers

How Gehry, Eisenman, Hoberman, and Yoh helped their profession transition into the 21st century

October 2013
Places That Work: Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital

Places That Work: Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital

Liberal use of wood helps relief stress, creates a sense of being at home

October 2013
The Fountainhead All Over Again

The Fountainhead All Over Again

Ayn Rand’s novel remains the perfect representation of everything that’s wrong with architects.

October 2013
Nature, Art, and Beauty: Antidotes to Everyday Traumas

Nature, Art, and Beauty: Antidotes to Everyday Traumas

Beyond the visible, or how the visual can humanize our institutions

October 2013
Q&A: Alexandros Washburn

Q&A: Alexandros Washburn

New book, The Nature of Urban Design: A New York Perspective on Resilience, defines a new era

October 2013
Another Architecture Classic Gone

Another Architecture Classic Gone

Chicago’s Prentice Women’s Hospital succumbs to “progress”

October 2013
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