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1. Saving Rudolph in Goshen article 1 %
2. Say Hello to My Little Friend
Kasper Salto’s table for Fritz Hansen responds to today’s mobile work habits.
article 1 %
3. Saying “No Thanks” to George
The famous filmmaker fails to sell San Francisco on a deal seemingly too good to be true.
article 1 %
4. Say What?
The word “urban” is in the midst of a cultural makeover.
article 1 %
5. Scared, Bothered, and Bewildered
The blackout after Hurricane Sandy showed New Yorkers the way their perception of their surroundings was affected by lights.
article 1 %
6. Science for Designers: Complex Adaptive Systems
Anatomical forms do not arise within one large undifferentiated collection; they develop as specific groupings of systems and sub-systems.
article 1 %
7. Science for Designers: Intelligence and the Information Environment
Research reveals our preference for information-rich environments that can be easily broken up into informational groups.
article 7 %
8. Science for Designers: Scaling and Fractals
Patterns of growth in nature are also prevalent and important in good design.
article 1 %
9. Science for Designers: The Meaning of Complexity
Complexity in nature and design, as well as how it differs from complication, is often misunderstood.
article 1 %
10. Science Spectacle
When it is completed next summer, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami will feature the world's most cutting-edge planetarium.
article 1 %
11. Scouting Report
Promising young designers from the international trade-show circuit
article 1 %
12. Screened Out
It took a trip to MIT’s new media lab to realize that the era of the computer screen may be over.
article 10 %
13. Screen Play
For today's kids, the line between the physical and the digital is often a seamless blur.
article 1 %
14. Screenspace
New and notable DVDs on architecture, culture, and design
article 1 %
15. SeaGlass Carousel Tops Out
SeaGlass Carousel is both a neighborhood landmark and a symbol of resilience and strength
article 1 %
16. Seattle Ideas Competition article 1 %
17. Seattle Undergrads Challenge Design Students Everywhere article 1 %
18. Sebastian Herkner’s Everyday Magic
The 34-year-old wunderkind will go from objects to interiors and architecture with his design for the Das Haus installation at imm cologne.
article 1 %
19. Second Avenue Freezeout article 1 %
20. Second Time Around
By dismantling one residence, Riddel Architecture harvests the materials to build another in its place.
article 1 %
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