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All the Events You Can't Miss During NYCxDESIGN

All the Events You Can't Miss During NYCxDESIGN

Here's your directory of all the events that will make this year's event the most exciting yet.

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Long Island Modernism

Long Island Modernism

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Designing for the Senses: The Promise of Distraction-Free Offices

Designing for the Senses: The Promise of Distraction-Free Offices

How we work has a lot to do with where we work. Our panel agrees that office acoustics play a major role in workplace productivity.

September 2016
LightArt's New Collection Brings Geometry to Light

LightArt's New Collection Brings Geometry to Light

LightArt's latest collection was a truly cross-cultural collaboration, bringing together the traditional materiality of Lyon with the high-tech design of Seattle.

September 2016
Reclaiming the Viaduct

Reclaiming the Viaduct

The New Harlem East Merchants Association have plans to transform the dank space below the tracks of 125th Street and turn it into a catalyst for community health.

September 2016
A Brief History of Affordable Housing in New York

A Brief History of Affordable Housing in New York

Affordable housing's future depends on us learning lessons from the past.

September 2016
Beyond Open Plan: Bringing Privacy Back to the Workplace

Beyond Open Plan: Bringing Privacy Back to the Workplace

Gunlocke's new office furniture line finds a balance between privacy and collaboration.

September 2016
Five Must-See Textiles at London Design Festival

Five Must-See Textiles at London Design Festival

For textile enthusiasts, there will be some fantastic examples of innovative materiality and craftsmanship at the London Design Festival.

September 2016
How Inclusive Cities Manage Migration

How Inclusive Cities Manage Migration

Anna TerrĂ³n, an expert in immigration politics, offers her thoughts on how European cities can best accommodate refugees.

September 2016
When It Comes to Sustainability, We're Ranking Our Cities Wrong

When It Comes to Sustainability, We're Ranking Our Cities Wrong

Professor David Wachsmuth explains why sustainability rankings are inherently biased—and what we should do about it.

September 2016
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