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2022 results for places that work
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1. 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 %
2. The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge
Preview this year's Serpentine Galleries summer pavilion, designed by architect Smiljan Radic.
article 1 %
3. The $5,000 Home for Developed Nations article 1 %
4. The $5.9 Billion Question
Should coastal cities threatened by climate change build storm surge barriers?
article 1 %
5. The Accidental Environmentalists
A chronic problem with employee retention led this pragmatic client to building green.
article 1 %
6. The Active Edge
Designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Brooklyn Bridge Park seems destined to become New York’s third great urban landscape.
article 1 %
7. The Activist Generation Changes the Face of the Favela
A young tour guide demonstrates the vital culture of his community, a teeming Sao Paulo favela.
article 1 %
8. The Ad at the End of the Tunnel
A nineteenth-century toy inspires a twenty-first-century phantasm—one paid for by a sponsor.
article 1 %
9. The Ad-Hoc Work Space
Designers envision new solutions for the impromptu office.
article 14 %
10. The A+D Museum's "Shelter" Disappoints by Reinforcing Market Fundamentalism
Architects need to channel their energies toward new housing solutions that are grounded in reality.
article 1 %
11. The Affordable Housing Complex
For decades we were told that high-density public housing didn’t work. But in New York City, a new model has emerged: privately developed mixed-income projects by prominent architects that reach back into the sky.
article 1 %
12. The Allure of Leisure
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’s furniture—fluid, curvaceous and seemingly handmade—harks back to an old and noble French tradition.
article 1 %
13. The Architecture & Design Film Festival
NY event inspires humanist cities
article 1 %
14. The Architecture of the Middle East article 1 %
15. The Art of Collaboration
Still flush from receiving an AIA Collaborative Achievement award, the photographer Peter Aaron discusses the complexities of working with architects.
article 1 %
16. The Art of Democracy
What an urban art festival in Panama City can teach Americans about freedom of speech, memory, and art in the public realm.
article 1 %
17. The Art of Dining
David Rockwell helped create the phenomenon of destination dining. Now his firm brings its unique brand of stagecraft to Nobu 57.
article 1 %
18. The Art of Dining Act Four: Backstage article 1 %
19. The Art of Dining Act One: The Set article 1 %
20. The Art of “Art de Vivre”
Jean-Marie Massaud’s subversive take on French opulence
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