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1. Unnatural Nature
Projects like the Buffalo Bayou in Houston embrace the city by transforming industrial blight into urban amenity.
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2. Unsung Heroes
The low-key firm of Bentel & Bentel could be the most famous restaurant designers you’ve never heard of. That may change with their newest creation, Rouge Tomate.
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3. Up Against the Wall article 10 %
4. Updating a Workhorse
The Perkins Brailler—which has served as a literary lifeline to the blind community for almost 60 years—gets a long overdue redesign.
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5. Updating the Approach
­As modern buildings age, old notions of historic preservation seem increasingly obsolete.
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6. Up in the Old Hotel
Working with artists, a Toronto developer gives a historic building new life.
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7. Urban Characters
A salute to those special places—some humble, some utterly utilitarian—that give a city its unique personality and collective soul.
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8. Urban Discourse
An unorthodox project encourages the residents of Portland to participate in the shaping of their city.
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9. Urban Exploration Goes Legit
Visit Hidden City Philadelphia 2013 this weekend, before it closes
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10. Urban Expression: Graffiti as Social Commentary article 1 %
11. Urban Hopes, Urban Dreams
A new monograph of the architect Steven Holl's large-scale works in China points to a new kind of urbanism for the 21st century.
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12. Urban Intervention
The Syracuse Center of Excellence helps lay the foundation for the revitalization of a struggling Rust Belt city.
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13. Urban Microcenters article 1 %
14. Urban Views
New book on the American landscape updates a traditional art form and its subjects
article 11 %
15. Urban Virtues
The values of historic preservation go far beyond the clichéd notions of nostalgia and NIMBYism.
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16. Using a B.U.G. to Promote Urban Design article 1 %
17. Vanishing Acts
The form-follows-function principle that guided industrial design for the past 70 years is fast becoming obsolete.
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18. Vanishing Point
An architect best known for teaching and theory builds his first project—a Mies-inspired glass house—as a vessel for the disappearing self.
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19. Vanity and Validation
Films celebrating the design and construction of projects by celebrity architects are now ubiquitous. But do we actually learn anything from them?
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20. Va-Va-Boum!
Monica Graffeo’s new chair takes its inspiration from car manufacturing (and French pop music).
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