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Why "Tallness" Isn't Good for Cities

Why "Tallness" Isn't Good for Cities

Is "tallness" really an urban quality cities should care about?

November 2013
De(lirious) Rotterdam: OMA Completes Holland's Largest Building

De(lirious) Rotterdam: OMA Completes Holland's Largest Building

After 16 years, OMA finally completes its longest-running project.

November 2013
Kickstart This Deborah Sussman Retrospective

Kickstart This Deborah Sussman Retrospective

The WUHO Gallery will launch the new exhibition, Deborah Sussman Loves L.A., with the help of Kickstarter.

November 2013
New Study Says Open-Plan Offices Are Bad (Duh?)

New Study Says Open-Plan Offices Are Bad (Duh?)

Shocking? Not really. Here's why the latest wave of open-office criticism is more of the same.

November 2013
Stand Up for Material Health

Stand Up for Material Health

Healthy products advocates collaborate, see a growing market

November 2013
Searching for Palladio

Searching for Palladio

New book from Lars Mueller to delight the bibliophile architect

November 2013
State of Immersion

State of Immersion

A trip to the cultural and spiritual hub of India turns site visits into celestial experiences

November 2013
The Architecture & Design Film Festival

The Architecture & Design Film Festival

NY event inspires humanist cities

November 2013
Building Resilient Hospitals

Building Resilient Hospitals

Defensive design for extreme natural disasters

November 2013
Nasher Xchange

Nasher Xchange

Reimagining Dallas through public art

November 2013
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