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1. The Elementalist
Brad Cloepfil’s emerging body of work may symbolize a shift away from glib shape-making toward a more timeless and lasting architecture.
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2. The Enchantment of Concrete
For a stunning cultural center in Japan, Chiaki Arai achieves the sublime material clarity of his legendary mentor, Louis Kahn.
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3. The Engineer Supporting Serra’s Sculptures article 1 %
4. The Ephemeral City
A student project creates wanderlust for an imaginary destination.
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5. The Ethical Challenge of Micro Apartments
How small is “too small"
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6. The Ethics of Brick
Giving priority to social equity can lead to surprising conclusions that subvert some of the widely accepted principles of green design.
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7. The Ethics of Rugs
Can designers help eliminate child labor in the rug industry? The Rugmark Foundation thinks so.
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8. The Fifth-Annual Smart Environments Awards - Port of Portland Headquarters
The agency’s new offices—a model of sustainable design—are also something else: a tool to remake its formally hidebound culture.
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9. The Fifth-Annual Smart Environments Awards - Roseville Branch Library
MS&R combines smart, commonsense approaches to green design with an attention to user experience to create a neighborhood beacon.
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10. The Finnish Invasion
Finland’s emerging designers are steeped in a culture rich in history, tradition, and innovation.
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11. The Fountainhead All Over Again
Ayn Rand’s novel remains the perfect representation of everything that’s wrong with architects.
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12. The Fourth Science
Engineering and design must become core elements of our schools’ curricula.
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13. The Fuller Effect
Buckminster Fuller’s colleagues and admirers talk about his legacy as an  inventor, a technocrat, and a sustainable pioneer.
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14. The Future of Architecture, According to a North Korean Architect
Nick Bonner, North Korea-phile and founder of Koryo Tours, explains the retro-futuristic appeal of the DPRK's "socialist utopia."
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15. The Future of Governors Island
Five architectural teams take on the challenge to create a New York destination.
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16. The Future Was Latin America
MoMA curator Barry Bergdoll on the goals of the museum's latest exhibition, "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980," and how the region was a "place of origins for ideas"
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17. The Glass House in the Mists
To celebrate its 65th anniversary, the Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya will cloak Philip Johnson's famously transparent house in a thick shroud of fog.
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18. The Glass Lab
A genomic-research center for Harvard and MIT reflects the latest trends in university science buildings.
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19. The Good Life?
A survey of leisure activities on the New York waterfront leaves a lot to be desired—in particular, something to drink.
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20. The Granny Flat Grows Up
A Santa Cruz program promotes garage conversions as an alternative to sprawl.
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