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Living Structures Should Come From Living Patterns

11/06/15

Living Structures Should Come From Living Patterns

Dr. Nikos Salingaros explores the architectural theory behind patterns of human behavior in this, the second post in a series of articles about the influence of patterns on living structures.

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Rio de Janeiro Enters the Global Dialogue

11/05/15

Rio de Janeiro Enters the Global Dialogue

The first International Forum of Architecture and Urbanism at the RioAcademy brought together top architects and urbanists.

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Personalizing Temperature Control

11/04/15

Personalizing Temperature Control

Physical comfort and energy savings come together in a new app by Building Robotics.

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Digital Detox

11/03/15

Digital Detox

The influx of digital components in hotels can make for an overstimulated stay. How can guests find sanctuary from this bombardment?

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The 21st Century Needs Its Own Paradigm Shift in Architecture

11/02/15

The 21st Century Needs Its Own Paradigm Shift in Architecture

The first in a series of articles about the way that living structures should come from patterns.

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It Takes a Village to Build a Solar Decathlon House

11/02/15

It Takes a Village to Build a Solar Decathlon House

How quick thinking and neighborly collaboration contributed to the success of the UT-TUM NexusHaus.

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Connecting Creatives Over Coffee and Bagels

10/28/15

Connecting Creatives Over Coffee and Bagels

CreativeMornings began seven years ago, when Tina Roth Eisenberg of Swissmiss began gathering the creative community of New York for breakfast and a short talk once a month.

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What Is and Is Not Biophilic Design?

10/26/15

What Is and Is Not Biophilic Design?

If design doesn’t focus on aspects of the natural world that contribute to human health and productivity in the age-old struggle to be fit and survive, it’s not biophilic.

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Designing for the Health-Conscious Office

10/20/15

Designing for the Health-Conscious Office

The American Society of Interior Designers' CEO Randy Fiser on the intersection of health and the workplace

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Play is for Everyone: Making NYC Playgrounds More Equitable

10/19/15

Play is for Everyone: Making NYC Playgrounds More Equitable

New York City parks and recreation centers lack integration across gender, age, race, and socio-economic demographics.

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