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1. Stair Tactic
Bruce Fowle designs buildings to get people moving.
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2. Stand Up for Material Health
Healthy products advocates collaborate, see a growing market
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3. Stanley Tigerman
The architect talks about bottom-feeders, burning bridges, and the terror of the blank page.
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4. Starchitecture High
Coop Himmelblau’s wildly ambitious L.A. high school opened to great acclaim and local controversy. Two years later, we ask: how is it actually working?
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5. Starcked Out
The former enfant terrible is veering dangerously close to self-parody.
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6. Starck’s Material World
More than ten years in the making, the designer’s new chair pushes Emeco—a manufacturer long famous for its iconic aluminum furniture—in a whole new direction.
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7. Stars on the Lawn
The escapist appeal of summer outdoor movies hints at bigger ideas.
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8. Star-Struck Furniture Design article 1 %
9. Starting a Young Practice article 1 %
10. Starting from Zero
In establishing Japan’s first cultural institution devoted to design, fashion innovator Issey Miyake is hoping to expand the nation’s understanding of the subject.
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11. Starting Small
Step by step, David Small’s design innovations are moving technology off the screen and into your life.
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12. Start to Finish
The Los Angeles-based fabricator Ceilings Plus and SCI-Arc graduates push the limits on building products.
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13. Step by Step
Can American cities walk their way to healthy economic development?
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14. Step Inside the Minneapolis Institute of Art's New and Improved African Art Galleries
The MIA's 4,000-object African collection now has a revitalized home.
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15. Stepping Out
Combining teaching and practice, history and material innovation, Toshiko Mori emerges as an architect and educator.
article 4 %
16. Stern and the City
The architect and historian completes his epic five-volume survey of the Big Apple.
article 2 %
17. Steve Jobs' Lasting Lessons article 10 %
18. Steven Ehrlich Receives Maybeck Prize article 1 %
19. Sticking to the Agenda
A new Danish group believes design can make the world a better place—one swinging drinks tray at a time.
article 1 %
20. Still Here
A funny thing happened on the way to its predicted obsolescence. The library became more popular than ever.
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