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Artist Transforms Ronchamp Into Canvas for Corbusier's Colorful Art

04/22/16

Artist Transforms Ronchamp Into Canvas for Corbusier's Colorful Art

Xavier Delory's latest work of visualizations brings Le Corbusier into conversation with himself.

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Aravena's Small Step, Open Source's Big Leap

04/22/16

Aravena's Small Step, Open Source's Big Leap

Could Alejandro Aravena’s decision to put his housing projects online push open source design into the mainstream?

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Countdown to NYCxDESIGN: 10 Institutions To Explore in NYC

04/21/16

Countdown to NYCxDESIGN: 10 Institutions To Explore in NYC

Coming to New York for NYCxDESIGN? Here are ten cultural events and institutions you should explore.

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MoMA Acquires the Films of Bêka and Lemoine

04/19/16

MoMA Acquires the Films of Bêka and Lemoine

The museum announced that it has obtained the complete cinematographic work of filmmakers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine.

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Q+A: The Architect Behind the Sandy Hook Redesign

04/18/16

Q+A: The Architect Behind the Sandy Hook Redesign

Julia McFadden, one of the lead architects of the Sandy Hook School redesign, discusses the project’s many challenges.

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Architecture: The Body-Centered Art

04/17/16

Architecture: The Body-Centered Art

The experience of architecture originates as a bodily response, yet this simple concept has never been exploited by architects as it should.

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How to "Hack" Workplace Design

04/15/16

How to "Hack" Workplace Design

Susan S. Szenasy leads a panel discussion on how to "hack" workplace design and the importance of hacking in the architecture and design industry.

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Closing the MoMA's Dedicated Design Galleries: New opportunities or Foreclosed Possibilities?

04/15/16

Closing the MoMA's Dedicated Design Galleries: New opportunities or Foreclosed Possibilities?

The Museum of Modern Art announced it will be eliminating its architecture and design galleries. At what cost?

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The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms

04/14/16

The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms

Sweden's Supreme Court has ruled against Wikimedia in a landmark case over “Freedom of Panorama." Here's why we all should be concerned.

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The Danger of Well-Washing

04/12/16

The Danger of Well-Washing

With so much fervor around "wellness," is the public at risk of being led astray by well-meaning but naïve practitioners?

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