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1. Mix It Up
200 Fifth Avenue—an old and venerable building in New York’s Flatiron District—gets a stunning modern makeover by Studios Architecture.
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2. Working With Nature
New book examines modernists’ humble approach to landscape architecture
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3. Green and Beautiful
These stunning building products offer inspirational solutions for any project.
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4. Crosscurrents: From Home to Work
As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy discussed designing for both privacy and collaboration in the workplace with the Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig.
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5. Hear Color, See Sound
Architect Christopher Janney’s playful public art acts as an aural and light-filled salve to the alienating effects of the built environment.
article 19 %
6. Q&A: Lyndon Thomas, Facilities Planner
How a global real-estate company manages to keep its employees’ desks organized.
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7. Q&A: Tom Krizmanic
What if workplaces were designed for thinking men and women?
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8. All Together Now: VI article 19 %
9. To Preserve and Protect: Working with Arborists
Certified arborists provide tree assessment reports and develop tree protection plans during the design process to ensure healthy environments for urban forests.
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10. Silence is Golden
Sound-absorbing designs create an island of calm in any noisy work space.
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11. Big Idea, Small Package
GRO Architects finds major opportunities in a tiny residential lot in New Jersey.
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12. Cities in the Digital Age
City scholar Joel Kotkin argues against the idea of an urban revitalization panacea.
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13. Q&A: Alison Kwiatkowski
How the new, tech-savvy generation sees work and the workplace evolving.
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14. Commencement Address article 19 %
15. Ban’s Roaming Cathedral
Set up on an aging New York pier, the Nomadic Museum creates a luminous interior space.
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16. Q&A: Jack Goldstein on Preserving New York's Landmarks and Why the New Times Square Isn't Necessarily Better
The community activist and preservationist talks about what's become of New York's Theater District.
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17. Leaves of Glass
A glimpse inside the contemporary American workplace finds a solitude eerily reminiscent of Edward Hopper.
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18. The High Line Effect
This has been a great year for parks in America—but is this new generation of High Line-inspired parks embedding social injustice into our cities?
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19. New Retrospective Glimpses the Man Behind the Maison de Verre
With the help of VR and other technology, the Jewish Museum's ambitious exhibition on Pierre Chareau reveals a splendidly idiosyncratic life and work.
article 18 %
20. A New Humanism: Part 2
Experience: What is it like to be there?
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