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1. Secretary to the Mob
Public-outreach specialist Barbara Faga really can’t complain about the growing democratization of design.
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2. Seeds of Enlightenment
Minding Design symposium brought together the fields of neuroscience and design education.
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3. Seeing in the Dark
When it comes to lighting, designer Linnaea Tillett often finds that less is more.
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4. Seeking Scandinavia
Susan Weber Soros on bringing long-overlooked European design to the public eye.
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5. Selective Recall
­Critics of the Museum of Arts and Design missed the real point of the building.
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6. Setting the Table
Fewer than 20 percent of American office workers take a lunch break, partly because the average workplace doesn’t have a lunch room. Architecture firm Snøhetta has designed its own offices to accommodate this important activity and make it the central focus of the workday.
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7. Seven to Save article 1 %
8. Sew Slim
The ultimate domestic workhorse gets a sleek makeover.
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9. Shanghai Surprise
SOM puts sustainable agriculture and preserved wetlands in its plan for an island section of the booming Chinese metropolis.
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10. Shape Shifter
A reflection on a half century of architect Michael Graves’s work spans failures and triumphs.
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11. Shape Shifters
Architecture schools use robotics to design buildings that react to the environment.
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12. Shaping the Future: Alberto Villarreal Speaks @ ICFF 2007 article 1 %
13. Shaping the Future: Civil Twilight @ ICFF 2007 article 1 %
14. Shaping the Future: Elizabeth Redmond Speaks @ ICFF 2007 article 1 %
15. Sheet-Metal Magicians
An obscure company is fast becoming the go-to fabricator for facade and structural innovation.
article 10 %
16. SHEILA HICKS - The Art of the Yarn
An exhibition spanning the textile artist’s 50-year career celebrates a woman with a deep connection to making and materials.
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17. She Loves L.A.
In her illustrious career, Deborah Sussman has not only reshaped graphic design but also helped to rebrand the resurgent city of Los Angeles.
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18. Shelter from the Storm
Students from Harvard and MIT create a safer home on the Sri Lankan coast.
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19. Shigeru Ban’s Soho Shoebox
The Japanese architect’s new store for Camper is a crisp reflection of the global brand’s anywhere aesthetic.
article 1 %
20. Shiny, Happy People
On the business imperative, iterative design, and happiness
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