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In Amsterdam, an Icon Reborn

In Amsterdam, an Icon Reborn

The Pulitzer, a hotel of interconnected canal houses (some 400 years old), goes modern without shedding its roots.

October 2016
Underwater Electrolysis Gives These Minimal Lamps Their Color

Underwater Electrolysis Gives These Minimal Lamps Their Color

Claudia Moreira Salles's latest collection is a departure for the Brazilian designer, in terms of both form and materiality.

October 2016
New Talent In Practice: CW&T

New Talent In Practice: CW&T

This short film takes us inside the art and design studio CW&T, which produces everything from apps to buildings to jump ropes.

October 2016
At UT Austin, A New Focus on Race & Spatial Justice

At UT Austin, A New Focus on Race & Spatial Justice

The School of Architecture's unique new urban planning initiative focuses on the crossroads of race, gender and the built environment.

September 2016
Pattern Play: Marimekko Collaborates with Artist for Textile Month

Pattern Play: Marimekko Collaborates with Artist for Textile Month

For the special installation, artist Sarah Zapata married Marimekko prints with traditional Peruvian craft techniques.

September 2016
AIA Awards Three Short Films About Architecture

AIA Awards Three Short Films About Architecture

Take a break from your day and watch the inspiring winners of the "I Look Up Film Challenge," a competition for short films about architecture.

September 2016
Citing Equity Issues, the Founder of the BeltLine Leaves Board

Citing Equity Issues, the Founder of the BeltLine Leaves Board

We speak with Ryan Gravel to understand why the urban planner is leaving the project that has been his life's work for almost two decades.

September 2016
The London Design Biennale's Utopian Dreams Land With a Thud

The London Design Biennale's Utopian Dreams Land With a Thud

The inaugural biennial taps into a long legacy of utopian design, but fails to add anything to this tradition.

September 2016
Four Highlights from the London Design Biennale

Four Highlights from the London Design Biennale

The Biennale featured installations from 37 countries and talks with over 100 leading designers to explore the theme ‘Utopia by Design.’ Here are four of our favorite events.

September 2016
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
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