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On Kawara, in Perpetuity

04/21/15

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.

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

04/20/15

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.

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

04/16/15

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.

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Designing Urban Landscapes: A Matter of Good Storytelling and Editing

04/14/15

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

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

04/14/15

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.

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

04/13/15

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

Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.

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What to See at Coverings 2015

04/11/15

What to See at Coverings 2015

Nine designs you can't miss at this year's tile & stone expo.

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Finding Radical Alternatives in Slums, Exurbs, and Enclaves

04/07/15

Finding Radical Alternatives in Slums, Exurbs, and Enclaves

An appraisal of Justin McGuirk's travelogue through Latin America celebrates both ingenious bottom-up urban strategies and collaborative, top-down architectural design.

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Q&A: The Miami Marine Stadium's Architect on Its Past and Future

04/06/15

Q&A: The Miami Marine Stadium's Architect on Its Past and Future

Hilario Candela speaks about the inspiration behind his iconic stadium, the problems of preservation, and new revitalization opportunities.

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Will Design Schools Educate the Managers of Tomorrow?

04/06/15

Will Design Schools Educate the Managers of Tomorrow?

Design schools can become incubators for a new type of entrepreneur, one who can balance both financial and human resources.

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