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NERI OXMAN: ON THE EVE OF HER SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN NEW YORK, THE VENTURESOME MIT PROFESSOR CHATS WITH SIR NORMAN FOSTER ABOUT THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE. Interview Mar 1, 2020 1549
CAS HOLMAN: CAS HOLMAN'S GENDER-NEUTRAL TOYS LET CHILDREN BE THE ARCHITECTS OF THEIR OWN PLAY. Mar 1, 2020 927
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES: THE AWARD-WINNING LIGHTING DESIGNER, WHOSE WORK REFLECTS HIS CYPRIOT UPBRINGING, SHARES INSIDER TIPS FOR ENJOYING THE ISLAND. Mar 1, 2020 782
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg: Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg looks at our fraught relationship with nature through experiential artworks that explore our impulse to better the world. Dec 1, 2019 967
Jos Devriendt: Best known for his playful ceramic lamps that resemble mushrooms, Belgian artist-designer Jos Devriendt has crafted a distinct sculptural language rooted in time and perspective. Here, he dishes on his painting background, how the tides influence his work, and the beauty in danger. Interview Dec 1, 2019 707
Aric Chen: Aric Chen, the inaugural curatorial director of Design Miami/, name checks the five people, places, and things he loves right now. Dec 1, 2019 531
How can art and design break boundaries? During the landmark Nature--Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, on view through Jan. 20, 2020, seven participating artists and designers reflect on this question as it pertains to their own practice. Sep 22, 2019 434
Tippet Rise Art Center unveils a secluded wooden pavilion, designed by Burkinabe architect Francis Kere, where Mother Earth's untouched majesty reigns supreme. Sep 22, 2019 472
Brendan Ravenhill's lighting and furniture studio, which inhabits an airy post-industrial warehouse in Glassell Park, Los Angeles, upholds an adventurous, work-in-progress mentality. Sep 22, 2019 913
Brains and Beauty: Google's VP, Hardware Design Ivy Ross has embarked on a lifelong journey to ascertain how art and design impact our physiology. Sep 22, 2019 2009
Guiding Light: Louis Poulsen taps Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson to create an intricate new luminaire whose geometry grants a certain majesty. May 1, 2019 495
Under the Sea: Tai Ping's latest rug collection illuminates the ocean's deepest expanses. May 1, 2019 341
Personal Touch: Known for work that sparks joy and humor, Jaime Hayon is on a fast track to becoming one of the world's greatest industrial designers. May 1, 2019 507
Welcome to the Jungle: On the heels of Amazon's controversial New York City about-face, five local firms envision a high road the tech juggernaut had little intention of taking. Mar 1, 2019 1897

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