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3-D Printing Saves a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure

3-D Printing Saves a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure

In central Florida, architects have adopted 3-D printing to restore an obscure Wright-designed gem.

September 2014
DesignPhiladelphia to Foster "Extreme Collaborations" in Medicine and Design

DesignPhiladelphia to Foster "Extreme Collaborations" in Medicine and Design

A preview of next month's week-long design symposium

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
Roosevelt Island Today: From Concrete Canyon to Market-Rate Quad

Roosevelt Island Today: From Concrete Canyon to Market-Rate Quad

The island's diverse community stands as a testament to a broader social coalition. New real-estate developments threaten to change that.

September 2014
Sergio Rodrigues: 1927-2014

Sergio Rodrigues: 1927-2014

The celebrated Brazilian designer died Monday at 86.

September 2014
Q&A: Jack Goldstein on Preserving New York's Landmarks and Why the New Times Square Isn't Necessarily Better

Q&A: Jack Goldstein on Preserving New York's Landmarks and Why the New Times Square Isn't Necessarily Better

The community activist and preservationist talks about what's become of New York's Theater District.

August 2014
An Architecture Festival that Celebrates the Arctic

An Architecture Festival that Celebrates the Arctic

The traveling event and installation aim to promote the cultures of the Arctic Circle.

August 2014
The Green Building Wars

The Green Building Wars

Opinion: Is Green Globes a credible alternative to LEED?

August 2014
Is Design Making Us Sick?

Is Design Making Us Sick?

In some situations, design stands in the way of patient recovery.

August 2014
Exhibition to  Showcase the Early Drawings of Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and More

Exhibition to Showcase the Early Drawings of Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and More

An upcoming show at the Kemper Art Museum highlights the youthful, often handmade work of the world's most famous architects.

August 2014
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