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Who Cares About Making Connections?:  Two Designers on the Traditions Put in Place by an Architecture Firm’s Adventurous Founders

Who Cares About Making Connections?: Two Designers on the Traditions Put in Place by an Architecture Firm’s Adventurous Founders

Two designers on the traditions put in place by an architecture firm’s adventurous founders

April 2015
The Whitney's Chief Curator on How Renzo Piano's New Building "Stretches the Mind"

The Whitney's Chief Curator on How Renzo Piano's New Building "Stretches the Mind"

Donna De Salvo talks Renzo Piano, delves into the often-fraught relationship between art and architecture, and explains why the new Whitney just works.

April 2015
Now Trending in the Workplace: Collaboration, Play, and Mobility

Now Trending in the Workplace: Collaboration, Play, and Mobility

A look at the landscape of contemporary offices through a macro lens reveals certain unmissable patterns. Here, we zoom out—and back in—on four.

April 2015
The Ten Greenest Buildings of 2015

The Ten Greenest Buildings of 2015

The winning projects from the 2015 Committee on the Environment Top Ten Green Projects awards display a commitment to sustainable design.

April 2015
On Kawara, in Perpetuity

On Kawara, in Perpetuity

"On Kawara—Silence" presents a rare—possibly final—chance to see so many of the artist's paintings in one place.

April 2015
Site Visit: A Tiny House Village in Olympia Offers a New Model for Housing the Homeless

Site Visit: A Tiny House Village in Olympia Offers a New Model for Housing the Homeless

Quixote Village is a self-managed community that provides permanent, supportive housing for homeless adults.

April 2015
Florida's Mecca for Midcentury Modernism Welcomes a New Center for Architecture

Florida's Mecca for Midcentury Modernism Welcomes a New Center for Architecture

The Center for Architecture Sarasota is an innovative hub for regional architectural programming.

April 2015
Designing Urban Landscapes: A Matter of Good Storytelling and Editing

Designing Urban Landscapes: A Matter of Good Storytelling and Editing

The Green Team details two case studies and how they tell a captivating design story

April 2015
Design Needs to Rid Itself of the "Obsession of the New"

Design Needs to Rid Itself of the "Obsession of the New"

In a manifesto timed to Salone del Mobile in Milan, designer Hella Jongerius and theorist Louise Schouwenberg set a new course for twenty-first-century design.

April 2015
A Robotic Installation That Aims to Close the Gap between Consumers and Manufacturing

A Robotic Installation That Aims to Close the Gap between Consumers and Manufacturing

Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.

April 2015
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