Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine June 2004
Speaker bios for the 2004 Design Entrepreneurs:The Next Generation II conference.
It’s a sunny, clear Sunday—not a dust plume in sight, to the disappointment of our guides. We Los Angelenos are on a weekend tour of Owens Valley, ground zero of the California water wars; the event has been organized by the non-profit Center for Land Use Interpretation. In our white whale of a bus, we lumber incongruously through the small…
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In a world dominated by relentless self-promoters, the quiet, almost Zen-like understatement of Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec speaks volumes.
In an effort to thwart neighborhood opposition, Wal-Mart is employing some of the same tricks used by real estate developers.
Four young architects’ bold idea: reusing remnants from the Big Dig in Boston to create housing.