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1. 'The Little Prince' and Le Corbusier
What does the modernist architect have to do with the children's classic?
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2. 100% Recycled article 1 %
3. 2007 ICFF Editors Award Winners Announced article 1 %
4. 2008 Next Generation Runners-up: Water Works
This year’s competition looked for solutions to a global problem that many experts are calling the next big environmental crisis.
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5. 2008 Next Generation Winner: The Pleated Bucket
A young architect uses a high-tech material to solve a chronic problem: the transportation of clean water.
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6. 2011's Cream of the Green article 1 %
7. 2014 in Review: All the Year's Top Stories article 1 %
8. 21st Century Learning
place as they relate to literacy and learning—particularly youth learning. His work focuses
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9. 3-D Printing Saves a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure article 1 %
10. 3form Chroma
Renewable panels get an infusion of brilliant color.
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11. 7 Seminal Spaces
Some of our best interior designers take a walk through their favorite rooms—past and present—showing us the moves behind the magic.
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12. 9.11.03: Stories from the WTC Pit article 1 %
13. Aalto’s MIT Masterpiece
While the restoration of Baker House has some purists fuming the classic dorm has never looked better.
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14. Accessibility Watch: Q&A with Josh Safdie article 8 %
15. Accordion Architecture
A Canadian firm’s material experiments produce flexible living spaces.
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16. A Chat with Steven Ehrlich article 1 %
17. A Civic Act
Daniel Libeskind parlayed his high-profile addition to the Denver Art Museum into a commission for neighboring condominiums—and created a successful urban space in the process.
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18. A Complete Rethink
William Mitchell and the MIT Media Lab take on one of urban America’s hidden foes: the car.
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19. A Conversation with Ada Louise Huxtable
The Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic discusses her thoughts on the current state of architectural affairs.
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20. A Country of Cities: Of Trains, Towers, and Trees
New book imagines, predicts, and proposes a rewarding urban life.
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