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1. The Creative Walk
ZGF Architects marry performance and efficiency with inspiration and user comfort
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2. The Curious Case of Poland's Communist-Era Church Boom
The socialist state thought allowing the building of ecclesiastical structures would prevent citizens from protesting; in reality, it became an act of protest.
article 1 %
3. The Danger of "Well-Washing"
With so much fervor around "wellness," is the public at risk of being led astray by well-meaning but naïve practitioners?
article 1 %
4. The Dark Side of Architecture
A new book by Kyong Park looks for signs of rebirth in destruction.
article 2 %
5. The Design Art of Jorge Pardo
A case study in the discussion on the relationship between the creative and the commercial
article 1 %
6. The Design of Garbage Accelerates
One environmentally conscious consumer’s struggle with the mounting trash we produce
article 1 %
7. The Design Public Speaks article 1 %
8. The Digitally Connected Century Can Revitalize Tears in the Urban-Natural Fabric of Our Cities
The Lost Spaces 2015 Ideas Competition asked designers to produce projects that would restore Calgary's forgotten or neglected urban spaces.
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9. The Discreet Charm of Bernard Khoury
The context-driven work of an emerging architect reflects his deep ambivalence about the high-end reconstruction of Beirut.
article 1 %
10. The DNA of Collaboration
What does it mean to collaborate in today's world?
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11. The DNA of Science Labs
Can architecture help produce paradigm-shifting discoveries? A research center by Rafael Viñoly aims to find out what makes scientists—and the human mind—tick.
article 1 %
12. The Dream Hotel
A prominent group of globe-trotting architects and designers helps us create the ultimate hospitality experience.
article 1 %
13. The Dutch Designer Behind Vitra's Color Revolution
As art director of Vitra’s colors and materials, Hella Jongerius has spent a decade mastering shade and tone.
article 1 %
14. The Dynamic Duo
Sezgin Aksu and Silvia Suardi talk about the design of their Parco seating system.
article 1 %
15. The Eclectic Designer of Dubai
Paul Bishop brings global design to the interiors of the Arabian Gulf.
article 1 %
16. The Economics of Eco-Friendly Land Development article 1 %
17. The Electric Kid
Moritz Waldemeyer is the technical wizard behind some of lighting’s most dazzling creations.
article 1 %
18. The Elementalist
Brad Cloepfil’s emerging body of work may symbolize a shift away from glib shape-making toward a more timeless and lasting architecture.
article 1 %
19. The Enchantment of Concrete
For a stunning cultural center in Japan, Chiaki Arai achieves the sublime material clarity of his legendary mentor, Louis Kahn.
article 10 %
20. The Engineer Supporting Serra’s Sculptures article 1 %
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