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The Urban Death Project: Bringing Death Back Into the Urban Realm

02/24/17

The Urban Death Project: Bringing Death Back Into the Urban Realm

We speak with Katrina Spade, founder of the Urban Death Project, about Recomposition Centers, urban community centers where the deceased can decompose into soil.

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Improved Delivery for Improved Healthcare

02/22/17

Improved Delivery for Improved Healthcare

HMC Architects reflect on how contractor-integrated design is reviving the healthcare industry.

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The Nail in the Coffin of Individual Workspace

02/17/17

The Nail in the Coffin of Individual Workspace

STUDIOS Architecture and partners talk about the radical changes in today's workplace.

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Jenny Sabin Wins MoMA PS1 YAP 2017 With "Knitted Light" Proposal

02/17/17

Jenny Sabin Wins MoMA PS1 YAP 2017 With "Knitted Light" Proposal

Working at the intersections of design and material science, Sabin beat out an impressive group to win this year's Young Architects Program.

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IMAX Film Shoots World's Most Awe-Inspiring Feats of Engineering

02/16/17

IMAX Film Shoots World's Most Awe-Inspiring Feats of Engineering

Dream Big, in theaters tomorrow, highlights the human ingenuity that brought us some of the world’s greatest structures, including the Great Wall of China and the world’s tallest skyscrapers.

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Staab Architekten Takes Design History Into Its (Able) Hands

02/15/17

Staab Architekten Takes Design History Into Its (Able) Hands

The extension to the Gropius Bauhaus Archive will raise this contextually sensitive firm's international profile—a recognition a long time coming.

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#TileToday: A Twitterview on the Latest Trends in Ceramic Tile

02/14/17

#TileToday: A Twitterview on the Latest Trends in Ceramic Tile

Today’s tile is becoming a complex and diverse surface product. Join us for a twitterview, where we discuss the latest trends in the industry.

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Golconde: The First Modernist Building in India

02/14/17

Golconde: The First Modernist Building in India

A 1945 dormitory for members of a spiritual commune in southern India is an enduring example of architecture’s capacity for nuanced experiences.

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Big Thinking, Little Humans

02/13/17

Big Thinking, Little Humans

Ross Barney Architects on making children's spaces where children can grow, develop, and blossom.

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Inside Carmel Place: New York City's First Micro Housing Building

02/10/17

Inside Carmel Place: New York City's First Micro Housing Building

In this audio piece, we take you inside New York's only all micro-housing building. Along the way we speak to a tenant, an architect, and a developer, who explain why this remarkable project could never be replicated again.

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