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Talking Head: Bjarke Ingels on Play, Process, and Practice

02/12/15

Talking Head: Bjarke Ingels on Play, Process, and Practice

In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.

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The Monarch Room, Where "Local" Extends from the Catch of the Day to the Fireplaces

02/06/15

The Monarch Room, Where "Local" Extends from the Catch of the Day to the Fireplaces

The New York restaurant transforms a Chelsea warehouse into a sumptuous dining experience.

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A Chair For Students, By a Student

02/03/15

A Chair For Students, By a Student

A furniture company collaborates with design students at Purdue University for its latest chair collection.

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How New York's Urban Designers Can Fight the City's Millions of Rats

02/02/15

How New York's Urban Designers Can Fight the City's Millions of Rats

The Green Team discusses design strategies that can thwart rats from taking up residence in our landscapes.

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10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for UNESCO Distinction

02/02/15

10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for UNESCO Distinction

The shortlist represents what would be the first examples of American modern architecture to be marked for preservation by UNESCO.

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General Motors Teams up with Students to Design the Future of Car Travel

01/30/15

General Motors Teams up with Students to Design the Future of Car Travel

The automotive makers sponsored a project for the College for Creative Studies in which MFA majors were tasked with creating a branded experience for Chevrolet.

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Q&A: Chris Reed on How Landscape Architecture Shapes Urban Life

01/30/15

Q&A: Chris Reed on How Landscape Architecture Shapes Urban Life

The designer and educator discusses landscape's shifting role in cities

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The Rise and "Fall" of Architecture for Humanity

01/29/15

The Rise and "Fall" of Architecture for Humanity

For nearly two decades, the organization helped to spearhead social design and changed architectural culture in the process.

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

01/27/15

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

After a six-year restoration, the landmark is poised to open its doors once again.

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“We Mean to Be Provocateurs": Michael Sorkin on the Next Helsinki Competition

01/22/15

“We Mean to Be Provocateurs": Michael Sorkin on the Next Helsinki Competition

The architect and writer discusses his involvement with the alternative Guggenheim Helsinki.

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