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The Bolted Book, Reborn

10/18/16

The Bolted Book, Reborn

Fortunato Depero’s Bolted Book, an icon of Italian Futurism, may just make its return, thanks to a new Kickstarter campaign.

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New Talent In Practice: Visibility

10/18/16

New Talent In Practice: Visibility

A short film takes us behind the scenes of the New York-based industrial design studio.

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The Way We Work

10/12/16

The Way We Work

A new report by Staples Business Advantage confirms what we already knew: workplace wellness matters.

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Down to Business: Studio 13&9 Takes on the Modular Workspace

10/12/16

Down to Business: Studio 13&9 Takes on the Modular Workspace

The Graz-based duo has begun experimenting with workspace furniture that's both playful and sleek.

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Lessons Learned: ARO's Riverdale Country School Opens

10/11/16

Lessons Learned: ARO's Riverdale Country School Opens

The school puts into practice lessons learned from a transitional space that students occupied in the months the building was under construction.

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New Talent In Practice: Chen Chen & Kai Williams

10/11/16

New Talent In Practice: Chen Chen & Kai Williams

A new short film takes us inside the experimental studio of Chen Chen & Kai Williams.

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Room for Squares

10/10/16

Room for Squares

"Squares" puts a clever twist on the idea of the traditional New York social club.

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Aaron Betsky: Can We Overcome Design's Gender Problem?

10/06/16

Aaron Betsky: Can We Overcome Design's Gender Problem?

When Betsky wrote Building Sex over 20 years ago, he thought architecture and interior design's gender issues would be more or less resolved by now. He was wrong.

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In Amsterdam, an Icon Reborn

10/06/16

In Amsterdam, an Icon Reborn

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

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Underwater Electrolysis Gives These Minimal Lamps Their Color

10/04/16

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.

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