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1. The Long View: Urban Remediation through Landscape & Architecture
By embracing the city’s industrial past—reclaiming landfills, remediating brownfields, developing neglected waterfronts—James Corner has helped reinvent the field of landscape architecture.
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2. The Maestro’s Last Chair
The final project of Ettore Sottsass’s illustrious career–completed after his death by a longtime collaborator–updates one of his old favorites.
article 1 %
3. The Magic Lantern
A masterful addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum by Steven Holl Architects brightens the landscape of midtown Kansas City and pushes the limits for daylighting exhibition spaces.
article 1 %
4. The Magnificent Seven
When a 116-year-old furniture company teamed up with a class of student designers, the learning process went both ways.
article 1 %
5. The Metropolis Conference @ ICFF: Design Entrepreneurs: What’s Next article 2 %
6. The Metropolis Guide to Emerging Design Neighborhoods
An insider's look at 18 up-and-coming design districts from around the world
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7. The Milan Moment
A hopeful sign of change appears from Japan, via Finland, as 21st-century furniture designers wait in the wings.
article 1 %
8. The Modest Modernist
Revisiting the beach houses of Andrew Geller: small homes for simpler times.
article 1 %
9. The Moss Room
Located in the basement of the California Academy of Sciences, in San Francisco, Olle Lundberg’s Moss Room is a free-flowing tribute to the spirit of its region.
article 1 %
10. Then and Now: How Life Has Changed Since I Launched the Origami Kayak article 1 %
11. The Need for Communication article 1 %
12. The New Agro Model? article 1 %
13. The New Ergonomics
In this age of ubiquitous computing, what exactly are we doing to our bodies?
article 10 %
14. The New Generation Gap
Digitally savvy students learn differently than their analogue-trained professors are prepared to teach them. How do we bridge the divide?
article 1 %
15. The New Residential Vernacular
For years New Yorkers were much more likely to work in glass towers than live in them. No more.
article 1 %
16. The New Tools
Can emerging technologies change the culture of building or end the adversarial relationship between contractors and architects? When it came time to become a building owner, Autodesk decided to run a few plays from its own digital playbook.
article 1 %
17. 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.
article 11 %
18. The Next Big Thing
With the opening of his newest project—the mammoth 8House in Copenhagen—Bjarke Ingels continues his relentless climb to the top.
article 1 %
19. The Next Wave
Aboard a new firm called Lolah, an unlikely crew of traditional boat builders and high-end designers finds itself riding high on the sometimes choppy waters of modern furniture design.
article 1 %
20. The Nexus of Art and Invention
With boyish enthusiasm and an ingenious approach to problem solving, Thomas Heatherwick magically merges design, sculpture, and engineering.
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