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2012 results for places that work
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1. Tale of Two Maps article 1 %
2. Talking Head: Bjarke Ingels on Play, Process, and Practice
In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.
article 1 %
3. Teaching Green at ICFF 2002 article 1 %
4. Teaching It: Ralph Walker and the team from Gensler and the St. Philip’s Academy @ ICFF 2007 article 1 %
5. Teaching Tools
The Sidwell Friends School is one of a string of educational buildings designed by Kieran Timberlake that merge instruction, sustainability, and behavior modification.
article 4 %
6. Teaching Tweeting article 1 %
7. Team Eero
Inspired by Saarinen’s drive to “do more,” the young architects in his office reshaped postwar America. Today their approach to problem-solving offers important lessons.
article 1 %
8. Technology and the Importance of Play in the Workplace article 1 %
9. Telling Their Stories
The 9/11 Memorial exhibition honors each of the nearly 3,000 lives lost.
article 1 %
10. Temple of Light
Siamak Hariri gives architectural expression to his Baha’i faith.
article 1 %
11. Tending The Herd
At a farm in rural Holland, Claudy Jongstra raises sheep, revives the ancient art of felting, and creates singular textiles.
article 1 %
12. Terence Conran
Terence Conran talks about his job, his dream team, and getting ideas at 3 a.m.
article 1 %
13. Terence Conran on Design’s Past—and Its Future article 1 %
14. Thanks a Lot!
With creative planning, unsightly parking spaces can become buzzing public places.
article 1 %
15. Thank You, Come Again
At a new men’s health clinic in San Francisco, the DWR catalog is just as titillating as Playboy.
article 2 %
16. The 100-Year Home
The New York Times builds a glittering twenty-first-century headquarters—designed by Renzo Piano—that challenges the very notion of how a newspaper operates during a time of great uncertainty and rapid transformation.
article 1 %
17. The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge
Preview this year's Serpentine Galleries summer pavilion, designed by architect Smiljan Radic.
article 1 %
18. The $5,000 Home for Developed Nations article 1 %
19. The $5.9 Billion Question
Should coastal cities threatened by climate change build storm surge barriers?
article 1 %
20. The Accidental Environmentalists
A chronic problem with employee retention led this pragmatic client to building green.
article 1 %
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