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1. Individual Work Space: The Nail in the Coffin
STUDIOS Architecture and partners talk about the radical changes in today's workplace.
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2. Meet The Architecture Lobby
A new organization of architects wants to change the way the profession is structured.
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3. Mash-Up in the Hills
A San Francisco architect teams up with his artist-clients to create an ongoing work in process.
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4. An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Almost 50 years after the Action Office, Herman Miller embarks on the next big rethinking of the workplace: the Living Office. It is the ultimate twenty-first-century work-in-progress.
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5. Q&A: Jan Johnson on the Workplace of the Future
Studying and analyzing the worker and the workplace leads one expert to predict where we’re heading.
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6. Infinite Family's First LaunchPad article 11 %
7. Cape Cod Modern
Mid-Century Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape
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8. Q&A: Brian Geller
The executive director of the Seattle 2030 District talks about the birth of his organization and the way forward.
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9. Nelson & Company:Iconic Workplace, 1947-86
George Nelson—architect, industrial designer, writer, editor, gadfly, and master impresario. Now the talented team behind one of design’s great figures reveals the method to the madness—and how his greatest genius may have been his skill in bringing them together.
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10. Gere Kavanaugh: Pioneer With a Penchant for Color
Paul Makovsky speaks to the renowned designer about her colorful world, the collaborative and creative scene of L.A. in the ’60s and ’70s, and the power of the pencil.
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11. The New Urban Vandalism: Why Cities Are Destroying Graffiti
Contrary to developers' claims, graffiti isn't blight. Instead, it's a kind of public art form that benefits our cities.
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12. Wellness Frontier
In its new headquarters, the American Society of Interior Designers tackles the next big challenge for workplace design—helping office-goers stay healthy.
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13. Acting Like a Start-Up
After designing offices for a veritable who’s who of Silicon Valley tech firms, Studio O+A has a new challenge: bringing the behemoths back to their renegade roots.
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14. Products For a New Age
After years of lagging behind architecture, industrial design begins tackling some of the world’s most vexing problems.
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15. The New Face of the Workspace (Part 1)
Design students at RIT are reimagining the modern office.
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16. A New Way of Designing: Part 2
Entering a competition sometimes requires taking a completely different approach.
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17. Crowdsourced and Networked article 10 %
18. The New Ergonomics
In this age of ubiquitous computing, what exactly are we doing to our bodies?
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19. Design for Purpose: Generation by Knoll article 10 %
20. A New Humanism: Part 18
The body that responds to the built environment
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