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1. Snatched from Oblivion
Henry Dreyfuss and Edward Larrabee Barnes’s prototype manufactured home is rediscovered—just before being sold as a teardown.
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2. Snøhetta Rethinks the Future of Times Square
The Norwegian architects on how they're transforming public spaces into "platforms for living"
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3. Snøhetta’s Vision for the WTC Cultural Institutions article 1 %
4. Soaring Modesty article 1 %
5. Social Connector
A new residential tower by Studio Gang fosters neighborly interaction through imaginative architectural form.
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6. Social Design | Easier Said Than Done
The design industry’s recent humanitarian fervor is a welcome development, but good intentions alone are hardly enough to effect real change on the ground.
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7. Social Design: Straight Out of School
Founded three years ago by six Harvard GSD students, MASS Design Group has transformed the lives of 400,000 Rwandans.
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8. Socializing Sustainability article 1 %
9. Social Studies
­Foster + Partners lend form to an English school’s experimental approach.
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10. Softening the Blow
MoMA’s exhibition on security illustrates the difficulties in mounting contemporary museum shows.
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11. SOM's Great Lakes Century Project Wins New Accolades
The first dramatic foray into the revival of the Great Lakes region wins AIA award.
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12. Some Disassembly Required
With Think, Steelcase creates a comprehensive environmental strategy that reconfigures all aspects of the manufacturing process—from the chair’s initial conception to its eventual disassembly.
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13. Something old, something new article 1 %
14. Something Old, Something New
To reposition itself, Kimball Office reaches across the ocean for a jolt of high design.
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15. Son of Glasgow
A new exhibition devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh offers an objective appraisal of the architect’s work.
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16. Sophisticated Computer Literacy, a Necessity in the Workplace article 1 %
17. S.O.S. Shukhov: Moscow Icon Set to Be Dismantled
The Shukhov Tower, one of the 20th century's engineering marvels, is expected to be demolished and reconstructed elsewhere.
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18. Sottsass’s ‘Architecture for People’ article 1 %
19. Sound and Silence in Architecture
German photographer Heike Buelau visually re-interprets the city as if composing a piece for chamber music
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20. Sound Barrier
A musical art piece approaches the delicate subject of suicide prevention with an affirmation of life.
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