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As Technology Reshapes Cities’ Economies and Daily Life, We Risk Widening Inequality
The relationship between the built environment and the internet is evolving as more cities rely on technology to facilitate urban life. In recent years, New York City has been particularly focused on becoming a leader in
A Seat at the Table: How Millennials are Changing the Design of Dining
Faced with consumers who value authenticity, quality and storytelling, designers have to think about the full user journey, which starts before a customer enters and continues after they leave.
How Architecture Can Help Save Higher Education
At a Metropolis Think Tank hosted by Ennead Architects, experts discussed how designers can best approach projects at universities and colleges.
From Classic to Quirky: The Spring’s Best in Lighting Design
From classics to innovative, next-generation LED fixtures, the best of the season's lighting design marries sleek style with effortless function.
Avant-garde communication design tends to be both a rich field of creative experimentation and the subject of heated debates.
Q&A: Meet the Winners of Architectural League’s 2015 Emerging Voices
We speak to the winners of the Architectural League's 33rd annual award program about their scale of practice, what inspires them, and what's next.
Avant-garde communication design tends to be both a rich field of creative experimentation and the subject of heated debates. Jurriaan Schrofer 1926-1990 Written by Frederike Huygen Designed and edited by Jaap van Triest