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Icon or Eyesore? Part 9: Oscar Niemeyer and His Near Miss in North America

Icon or Eyesore? Part 9: Oscar Niemeyer and His Near Miss in North America

What could have been built if Niemeyer's carreer had been different? Two architects imagine the possibilities.

December 2012
The Southern Porch that Knows no Bounds

The Southern Porch that Knows no Bounds

An investigation of the roles the Charleston piazza plays in historic Southern architecture.

December 2012
Q&A: designLAB

Q&A: designLAB

designLAB rennovated a Paul Rudolph building at UMass Dartmouth, and we interviewed them about how they dealt with making changes to a historic structure.

December 2012
Highlights of Design Miami 2012

Highlights of Design Miami 2012

A review of furniture and decor from Design Miami 2012.

December 2012
Q&A: David Schafer

Q&A: David Schafer

Artists look at how 3D printing can be used to create abstracted works of fine art.

December 2012
Young Talent Shines

Young Talent Shines

A young designer discusses his work.

December 2012
Excellence in Public Architecture

Excellence in Public Architecture

Public architecture reminds us of a hopeful era.

November 2012
Serious Fun

Serious Fun

The George Nelson exhibit at Yale School of Architecture shows how the iconic designer embraced fun in his work.

November 2012
Natural Imagination

Natural Imagination

November 2012
Icon or Eyesore? Part 7: Concrete - The Offending Material

Icon or Eyesore? Part 7: Concrete - The Offending Material

November 2012

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