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De lo tangible y lo intangible

El diseño de TO para un pabellón temporal en el centro de ciudad de México evidencia el interés de la firma por la reutilización de materiales y la resonancia histórica.

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Que se pierda en el paisaje

Una comisión de diseño en un pueblo fantasma convertido en destino turístico permitió a Departamento del Distrito explorar ideas de preservación histórica.

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Working Groups

Farzin Lotfi-Jam discusses his path to a practice model that foregrounds collaboration.

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Retaining Walls

A design commission in a ghost town turned tourist destination allowed Departamento del Distrito to explore ideas about historic preservation.

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Back to School

Borderless Studio reimagines a shuttered Chicago public school as a vital community center.

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The Material and the Immaterial

TO's design for a temporary pavilion in Mexico City speaks to the firm's fascination with material reuse and historical resonance.

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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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