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Memory on Every Corner: L.A.’s First Street Corridor
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Crystal Bridges Imagines the Future of Housing
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At Europe’s Oldest Design Biennial, A Socially Committed Approach to Design Stands the Test of Time
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The Future of American Design Is Reinvention, Reuse, and Renewal
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Loot and the Bland Design of the Ultra-Rich
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SCHOOLED: What is Infrastructure?
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