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1. The Pattern Technology of Christopher Alexander
Patterns exist within and influence many aspects of design and technology.
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2. The Peace Maker
As he works on the landscape at the de Young museum in San Francisco, observers wonder: can Walter Hood bridge the divide between public space and in-your-face architecture?
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3. The Philosophy of Building
Author Alain de Botton’s theories on the built environment and his advice to architects.
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4. The Pilgrim article 1 %
5. The Politics of Play
There is a movement afoot to create recreational spaces that better serve our cities and our children.
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6. The Power of Inadvertent Design
If it’s ‘Historic Authenticity’ you want, don’t call in the designers.
article 1 %
7. The Power of Modernist Thinking
One house that survived Katrina was an anomaly even before the storm.
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8. The Prairie Project
Learning from the nature to forward a more resilient, well-adapted Chicago
article 1 %
9. The Pride of East 103rd Street
A new middle school in Harlem is the product of its stubborn and visionary founders and the building’s equally stubborn and visionary architect.
article 1 %
10. The Principals of Play
Can game designers reach a generation of students reared on technology and resistant to traditional methods of teaching?
article 1 %
11. The Process of Making Public Art Demystified
How reconfiguring site helped me think about my sculpture project and art practice
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12. The Prose and Kahn of Designing an Architecture of Motherhood article 7 %
13. The Radical Technology of Christopher Alexander
Alexander's work has spawned a remarkable revolution in technology, producing a wide-ranging set of innovations.
article 1 %
14. The Real Driver
The master of modern ergonomics talks about the ultimate form of market analysis.
article 1 %
15. There and Back
Crisscrossing the globe in search of innovative designers.
article 1 %
16. The Red Pool
Ruy Ohtake's Hotel Unique is known for its daring use of color
article 1 %
17. The Refill Odyssey
Our intrepid correspondent searches in Brooklyn and elsewhere for places to refill the over-abundance of plastic bottles, with spotty success
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18. The Revolution That Never Quite Was
The Vermont enclave Prickly Mountain was built as an antiestablishment utopia—and that’s what it still is.
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19. The Right Touch
Known for its playful, L.A.-infused exuberance, Koning Eizenberg Architecture displays an uncanny knack for choosing the perfect approach.
article 1 %
20. The Ripple Effect: Solar Ivy
A Brooklyn-based architect takes an aesthetic approach to harvesting solar energy.
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