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    Davis Furniture Tre

    A collection of stools sized for lounge, counter, and bar heights, and designed by Jehs+Laub.

     
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    Carl Hansen & Søn Oculus Chair

    A plush reception chair designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960 that joined the company's production line in 2010.

     
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    Surfacing Solution Allusions

    Nail-free, tin-styled ceiling tiles made from recycled, thermoformed styrene.

     
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    Hello Materials

    From where do our materials come from, and to where do they go? A new exhibit in Denmark investigates. Through Sept. 21.

     
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    The Architectural Model

    The nostalgia for architectural models continues, but with a few quirky twists, at Frankfurt's Deutsches Architekturmuseum. Through Sept. 16.

     
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    BuzziSpace BuzziBlinds

    Freestanding, modular acoustical blinds that can subdivide office environments.

     
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    Ligne Roset Guggen

    Originally designed by Andre Kikoski for a restaurant in the Guggenheim Museum, the chair possesses universal appeal.

     
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    Cambria Hollinsbrook

    One of 15 designs in the Minnesota-based company's Waterstone collection of natural quartz.

     
  • A La Mode FormMobi

    An app that digitizes what's left of the paper-pushing process in design and construction administration.

     
  • Games by Design

    The buildings that will host the London Olympics are notable not only for their responsible approach to high design, but also for how they will serve the city after the closing ceremonies

     
  • Seventeen Days Later

    London officials are leveraging their infrastructure spending on the so-called Neo-Austerity Olympics to help revitalize one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods. Critic Christopher Hawthorne weighs their chances for success, and at what cost.

     
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    Graffiti Café

    Varna, Bulgaria / Studio Mode

     
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    The Outdoor Office

    With studies proving the benefits of natural light and exposure to nature, Jonathan Olivares proposes a new typology: the outdoor office. Through July 15.

     
  • Across the Institute

    Cincinnati, Lincroft, Charleston, New York, Pawtucket

     
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    Sun Child

    Working across disciplines is the path to energy efficiency, says Alicia Ravetto, AIA.

     
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    Being There

    Step out of the echo chamber and get involved.

     
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    Rules of Engagement

    Part one in a three-part series on balancing design and business.

     
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    Reverse Engineering

    Modeling future scenarios in an ongoing energy crisis.