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Rethinking the Remote Control

Rethinking the Remote Control

In Lazy Bytes, an exhibit opening tomorrow at Parsons in New York, four of the world’s top design schools take a fresh look at the home’s most overlooked device.

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October 23, 2013

Section: Curiosity

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A Pollution-Tracking Kite in Beijing

A Pollution-Tracking Kite in Beijing

Thanks to its embedded sensor and LEDs, Float delivers air quality data to citizens.

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October 21, 2013

Section: Design

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An Inspired School in Loiret, France

An Inspired School in Loiret, France

The École Jean-Moulin, an elementary school designed by Richard + Schoeller, curves like a cresting wave to create a stimulating, airy environment for kids.

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June 21, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Snøhetta’s New Library and Learning Hub in Raleigh

Snøhetta’s New Library and Learning Hub in Raleigh

The Oslo firm’s state-of-the-art library for North Carolina State University provides students with a variety of spaces for individual and group study, and a robotic retrieval system that delivers books in just four minutes.

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June 17, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Proof Positive

Proof Positive

Overwhelmed by the amount of green­washing in the building industry? We present five case studies that offer solid options for designing and constructing green projects, from living roofs to geothermal systems.

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May 20, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Research In Motion

Research In Motion

Sean Godsell’s Design Hub in Melbourne features a kinetic curtain wall that will be studied for decades to come.

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May 6, 2013

Section: Architecture

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A Melbourne School Goes to Infinity and Beyond

A Melbourne School Goes to Infinity and Beyond

The symbol for infinity is a jumping-off point for McBride Charles Ryan’s senior grammar school that brings students together.

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April 11, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Philippe Malouin’s Advice to Young Designers

Philippe Malouin’s Advice to Young Designers

The Canadian-born, London-based designer discusses how to run an experimental studio, and what creative people can do to get noticed, even if they can’t afford to attend design school.

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March 8, 2013

Section: Design

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Stanford’s Stunning Arts Hub

Stanford’s Stunning Arts Hub

The state-of-the-art Bing Concert Hall, by Ennead Architects, jazzes up the California university’s Arts District.

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March 7, 2013

Section: Architecture

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Galileo’s Pavilion in Kansas by Studio 804

Galileo’s Pavilion in Kansas by Studio 804

Made up of grad students at the University of Kansas, Studio 804 has created sunlight-loving learning facilities for the Center for Sustainability at Johnson County Community College.

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December 5, 2012

Section: Architecture

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