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The Upwards Gaze: Ceilings Finally Embrace Aesthetics

The Upwards Gaze: Ceilings Finally Embrace Aesthetics

Often relegated to pure functionalism, increasingly, the ceiling is taking on architectural expression.

October 2016
Walk the Line

Walk the Line

The Drawing Show, now at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles, surveys a broad selection of 2D works—but don't expect any overt representations of buildings.

October 2016
Three Visions for The (Near) Future of Hotel Design

Three Visions for The (Near) Future of Hotel Design

At the 10th annual Radical Innovation Awards, two worthy finalists presented their visions for the hotel of the future—including an idea for a flying drone hotel.

October 2016
MCHAP Winners Make Landscape the Protagonist

MCHAP Winners Make Landscape the Protagonist

The final group from this year’s cycle is diverse in typology and scale—but they all shared one recurrent theme: a very specific sense of place.

October 2016
New Talent in Practice: Cas Holman

New Talent in Practice: Cas Holman

A short film explores the work of Cas Holman, a designer whose non-gender specific toys inspire children to use their imaginations and work together.

October 2016
Sleep by Design

Sleep by Design

Yves Behar teams up with Happiest Baby to design a crib that will help your baby—and you—get more sleep.

October 2016
 Spanish Tile Enters the Modern Age

Spanish Tile Enters the Modern Age

Spanish tile manufacturers bring long-standing traditional designs into the modern age.

October 2016
Hospitality Checks In To Hospitals (At Last)

Hospitality Checks In To Hospitals (At Last)

These five projects encapsulate how hospitality design principles are being used to create welcoming, warm, cutting-edge healthcare spaces.

October 2016
Opinion: Preserve the Legacy of Prouty Garden

Opinion: Preserve the Legacy of Prouty Garden

Boston Children’s Hospital will soon replace its beloved Prouty Garden with a rooftop greenspace roughly one-third its size—but will this new space truly be the haven patients deserve?

October 2016
Q&A: Steven Holl

Q&A: Steven Holl

We catch up with the renowned architect and discuss Zaha Hadid, his Maggie's Centre St. Bart's, and why postmodernism was so terrible.

October 2016
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