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A Creek Runs through It

Dept. argues for a hyperlocal, community-oriented approach to flood management in North Miami.

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All Together Now

Through its collective model and emphasis on discussion and debate, Citygroup seeks to move beyond business-as-usual design.

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Design as Translation

JA Architecture Studio draws on its Iranian-Canadian identity to bring new architectural ideas to its Toronto neighborhood.

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This Land Is Whose Land?

To make infrastructure and industrial sites better neighbors within cities, Landing Studio addresses complex questions of ownership and governance.

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Concrete, Reformed

Changing the way we use concrete could create broad-ranging benefits for society, says Tsz Yan Ng.

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Computing without Computers

As the built environment becomes ever more digitized, Felecia Davis believes architects should adopt a more expansive definition of technology.

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Nothing Spectacular

With an ambitious project in southern Florida, Germane Barnes is helping a neighborhood envision a better future.

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El Menú del Día

Para APRDELESP, operar una red de espacios comerciales y culturales en Ciudad de México es una oportunidad para repensar sus prácticas como diseñadores.

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Una Pieza en el Conjunto

Como parte de un ambicioso programa social, enfocado en un municipio en el estado de México, Palma diseño una casa para Axel, un niño de ocho años.

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Setting the Stage

Tei Carpenter's designs seek a balance between flexibility and specificity, allowing for different uses over time.

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The Seen and the Unseen

Liz Gálvez calls attention to systems normally hidden from view, questioning assumptions about architecture and infrastructure.

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The Menu of the Day

For APRDELESP, running a network of commercial and cultural spaces in Mexico City offers the chance to rethink design practice.

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A Piece of the Ensemble

Palma designed a home for a young boy as part of an ambitious social program focused on a small Mexican city.

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House Proud

Many young firms depend on residential work, but aren't necessarily proud of it. Lindsey May thinks they should be.

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