|1.||The New Agro Model?||article||1 %|
The New Ergonomics
In this age of ubiquitous computing, what exactly are we doing to our bodies?
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?
The New Residential Vernacular
For years New Yorkers were much more likely to work in glass towers than live in them. No more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Nexus of Art and Invention
With boyish enthusiasm and an ingenious approach to problem solving, Thomas Heatherwick magically merges design, sculpture, and engineering.
The Olympic Feats of Otl Aicher
A new book delves into the multifaceted talent of the German graphic designer.
|11.||The Olympics are over ... now what?||article||1 %|
The Other Kansas
Dorothy’s Kansas was black-and-white. Bush’s is red all over. But Diane Botwin Alpert’s is much more complex.
|13.||The Other Social Network: ANEW + Teknion||article||3 %|
The Painted Building
For three decades Steven Holl has used watercolors—drawn each morning, before the deadlines kick in—as a springboard toward the creation of architecture.
|15.||The Past Is Prologue: Metropolis and Design History (Part 1)||article||1 %|
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The Pattern Technology of Christopher Alexander
Patterns exist within and influence many aspects of design and technology.
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?
The Philosophy of Building
Author Alain de Botton’s theories on the built environment and his advice to architects.
|20.||The Pilgrim||article||1 %|