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  • Bloomberg Businessweek Design: Sha Hwang

    At the second-annual Bloomberg Businessweek Design conference, one technologist gave an emotional talk about printing animated gifs and fixing

  • 7 Aging-in-Place Essentials

    Six of seven accessible features buyers want are rated more "desirable" than "essential," suggesting that home buyers are purchasing with aging in mind.

  • Don't Get Rid of the Folk Art Museum, Move It

    As the controversy surrounding Diller Scofidio + Renfro's plan to demolish the Folk Art Museum wanes, some very real questions about what to do with the building have arisen. One New York engineer, Nat Oppenheimer, has an idea.

  • Corner Light by Angelika Seeschaaf

    Corner Light by Angelika Seeschaaf transforms underused interior corners, combining architectural lighting of walls and ceiling with a Cubist-flavored sculptural presence, and a handy pocket-item shelf with touch sensitive light switch and wireless phone recharger, in folded stainless steel.

  • Solar-Powered Floating Island is an Off-Shore Green Retreat

    OK, we've seen concepts like this for years now - round floating retreats complete with a transparent room in the belly to see all the fish swim by.

  • 15 Hot Outdoor Design Trends

    Outdoor living spaces for entertaining and relaxing will be in high demand during 2014, according to the Residential Landscape Architecture Trends Survey conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

  • Industry Divided Over New Proposed Energy Legislation

    Architecture and energy efficiency organizations weigh in on the latest version of The Energy Savings and Industrial Competitive Act, which could become the first piece of significant energy legislation passed by Congress in seven years.

  • Ohio Moves Closer to Banning LEED

    The State Senate passes its anti-LEED legislation and sends it to the House for further voting.

  • South Korean Designer Creates Furniture That Looks Like Sketches

    What does it mean when an artifact of the design process becomes the design itself?

  • The Work of Aidlin Darling Design on Display

    Site and Senses: The Architecture of Aidlin Darling Design continues through March 2 at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. The exhibition explores the artful approach this San Francisco-based firm takes when creating its award-winning architecture.