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1. Stress and Wellness in Johannesburg
Columbia GSAPP redefines the relationship between site and studio by studying public health in three cities
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2. Stress and Wellness in Johannesburg: Part 3
Women’s housing to replace apartheid-era segregation of the sexes
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3. Student Power
With their famously interconnected ways, young activists show how teams can address complex problems.
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4. Style & Substance
Anachronistic tastes land Roman & Williams two of New York’s hottest hotels—and a quiet, little brick apartment building that looks like it might be more than a century old.
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5. Sublime Insanity
­Herzog & de Meuron’s 40 Bond is Ian Schrager’s latest over-the-top attack on the cultural status quo.
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6. Subterranean Modernity
The stout and utilitarian subway bench may be one of the best pieces of design in New York’s public realm.
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7. Superstudio: Pioneers of Conceptual Architecture article 2 %
8. Surface Invasion
Now that technology can be embedded into virtually anything—walls, floors, ceilings, even carpets— we’re just starting to sort out the implications.
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9. Surface Matters
Nathalie Du Pasquier reflects on her beginnings, contemplates Memphis’s enduring legacy, and touches on the blurring of art and design.
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10. Surface Values
The latest materials and finishes bring together great aesthetics, high performance, and smart technology.
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11. Sustainable Pedagogies and Practices article 1 %
12. Swedish Curves Ahead
An exhibit on Bruno Mathsson illustrates his tireless pursuit for the ultimate place to sit.
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13. Sweet Silence
Our columnist roamed the streets of midtown Manhattan wearing a pair of noise-canceling headphones.
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14. Swiss Treat article 1 %
15. Systems Thinker
Allan Savory espouses a holistic approach to environmental renewal, tackling problems from the ground up (literally).
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16. Tale of Two Maps article 1 %
17. Talking Head: Bjarke Ingels on Play, Process, and Practice
In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.
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18. Tangled Up in Design
With this year's Istanbul Biennial, academics Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley aim to reboot the history of civilization and “redesign” the human subject altogether.
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19. Teaching Green at ICFF 2002 article 1 %
20. Teaching It: Ralph Walker and the team from Gensler and the St. Philip’s Academy @ ICFF 2007 article 1 %
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