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Artist Conjures Up Levitating Building in Central London

Artist Conjures Up Levitating Building in Central London

Alex Chinneck, an artist known for architectural legerdemain, won't reveal the secret behind the floating "building" until later in the month.

October 2014
How New Architecture Is Pointing the Way to Portland 2.0

How New Architecture Is Pointing the Way to Portland 2.0

Two recent projects by Portland-based Lever Architecture gesture towards the city's future.

October 2014
Inside PIE, Portland's Latest Tech Experiment

Inside PIE, Portland's Latest Tech Experiment

An innovative tech incubator that occupies a surprising niche in the city's downtown

October 2014
Common Boston Launches Latest Build

Common Boston Launches Latest Build

The program kicks off its sixth Common Build competition this weekend.

October 2014
Q&A: Alex Gilliam of Public Workshop

Q&A: Alex Gilliam of Public Workshop

In advance of his DesignPhiladelphia talk, we chat with the social entrepreneur about his continued commitment to community design.

October 2014
The High Line's Last Section Plays Up Its Rugged Past

The High Line's Last Section Plays Up Its Rugged Past

The final stretch of New York's elevated park is a satisfying conclusion.

October 2014
The Life, Death, and Rebirth of Urban Cemeteries

The Life, Death, and Rebirth of Urban Cemeteries

The Green Team on the restoration and preservation of historic churchyards

September 2014
Q&A: Jonathan Puleio on the Evolving Field of Ergonomic Design

Q&A: Jonathan Puleio on the Evolving Field of Ergonomic Design

An ergonomics expert discusses how design needs to better understand the human body.

September 2014
Video: See How La Sagrada Família Will Progress in 2015

Video: See How La Sagrada Família Will Progress in 2015

What's in store for Gaudí’s perennially unfinished church in the upcoming year

September 2014
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
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