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Capturing the High-Rise

Capturing the High-Rise

Katerina Cizek’s new interactive documentary sheds a skeptical light on the urban icon.

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5 days ago

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A Schoolyard Grows in Brooklyn

A Schoolyard Grows in Brooklyn

At the Edible Schoolyard NYC by WORKac, kids harvest their own plants and learn about food prep.

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7 days ago

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A Hybrid Building For Art and Culture in Bologna

A Hybrid Building For Art and Culture in Bologna

MAST, designed by Rome firm Labics, integrates a leading industrial company’s work environment with public galleries and a theatre.

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13 days ago

Section: Architecture

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Shenzhen’s Show-stopping Airport Terminal

Shenzhen’s Show-stopping Airport Terminal

Inside Bao’an International Airport, where Terminal 3 by Studio Fuksas is the latest testament to China’s love for the wow factor.

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18 days ago

Section: Architecture

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How Should a Person Live?

How Should a Person Live?

Two concepts, a subterranean abode by Paul Coudamy and a fantastic folly by Didier Faustino, offer new answers.

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March 19, 2014

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The High Line Effect

The High Line Effect

New York’s park in the sky has inspired similar schemes to bring public space back to the public, even if it means – as in the case of Thomas Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge concept for London – conjuring it out of thin air.

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February 27, 2014

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Hermit in the City

Hermit in the City

The macro message behind Aki Inomata’s microcosms.

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December 30, 2013

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A Digital Culture Lab in an Old Sawmill

A Digital Culture Lab in an Old Sawmill

In Madrid, Langarita Navarro Arquitectos have inserted a colour-morphing volume – which they call “The Thing” – into a 1920s building to create a new creative hub.

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December 30, 2013

Section: Interiors

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The Fantastic FRAC Centre in France

The Fantastic FRAC Centre in France

Resembling a metal eruption amid a quartet of 18th-century buildings, Jakob + Macfarlane’s entrance pavilion is the main attraction at this refurbished architectural museum in Orléans.

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December 30, 2013

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Detroit’s Revved-Up Design Scene

Detroit’s Revved-Up Design Scene

Shinola, a leather accessory brand, leads the pack of start-ups setting up shop in the Motor City.

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December 2, 2013

Section: Interiors

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