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Can Design Rock the Vote? | IIDA Perspective

Americans vote more frequently than citizens anywhere else, yet our election turnout pales in comparison with other developed countries. Could better design throughout the voting process help? Click here to read the full article

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Can Design Rock the Vote? | IIDA Perspective

Americans vote more frequently than citizens anywhere else, yet our election turnout pales in comparison with other developed countries. Could better design throughout the voting process help? Click here to read the full article

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FXFOWLE Podium

FXFOWLE Podium develops white paper content that reflects the firm’s core values of design excellence, technical innovation, and sustainability. As a consulting editor for the publication, I help the firm’s architects write about their ideas in a way that will

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FXFOWLE Podium

FXFOWLE Podium develops white paper content that reflects the firm’s core values of design excellence, technical innovation, and sustainability. As a consulting editor for the publication, I help the firm’s architects write about their ideas in a way that will

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Reimagine 200 Park Avenue Competition

Metals in Construction magazine has launched a competition for architects, engineers, students, designers, and others from all over the world to submit their vision for recladding 200 Park Avenue, built a half-century ago as the world’s largest corporate structure, the

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Reimagine 200 Park Avenue Competition

Metals in Construction magazine has launched a competition for architects, engineers, students, designers, and others from all over the world to submit their vision for recladding 200 Park Avenue, built a half-century ago as the world’s largest corporate structure, the

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New Aging (Penguin 2016)

Aging is a gift that we receive with life—and in New Aging, the architect Matthias Hollwich outlines smart, simple ideas to help us experience it that way. New Aging invites us to take everything we associate with aging—the loss of

New Aging-Matthias Hollwich-Bruce Mau Design

New Aging (Penguin 2016)

Aging is a gift that we receive with life—and in New Aging, the architect Matthias Hollwich outlines smart, simple ideas to help us experience it that way. New Aging invites us to take everything we associate with aging—the loss of

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Metals in Construction | Spring 2015 Issue

Metals in Construction magazine showcases noteworthy projects that feature innovative use of steel and architectural metal in New York City’s five boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read the full issue here.

MetalsSpring15Cover

Metals in Construction | Spring 2015 Issue

Metals in Construction magazine showcases noteworthy projects that feature innovative use of steel and architectural metal in New York City’s five boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read the full issue here.

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Metropolis Magazine’s New York and Chicago Design Guides 2015

The eleventh edition of Metropolis magazine’s New York Design Guide is a pocket-size guide directs visitors toward the spaces, places, and events they won’t want to miss during New York Design Week and throughout the coming year. Special note: NYCxDesign

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Metropolis Magazine’s New York and Chicago Design Guides 2015

The eleventh edition of Metropolis magazine’s New York Design Guide is a pocket-size guide directs visitors toward the spaces, places, and events they won’t want to miss during New York Design Week and throughout the coming year. Special note: NYCxDesign

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TED Book: The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings

Through his unique position at the crossroads of architecture and social media, architect and Architizer.com founder Marc Kushner highlights 100 buildings, and the questions they seem to ask of us: How can we live smaller? Can a building breathe? With

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TED Book: The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings

Through his unique position at the crossroads of architecture and social media, architect and Architizer.com founder Marc Kushner highlights 100 buildings, and the questions they seem to ask of us: How can we live smaller? Can a building breathe? With