When it comes to weight, america is top of the charts. It’s no surprise: we eat the wrong food (and too much of it); we move too little. Could better design—of food networks, communities, our daily lives—be the answer to obesity?
Is Walmart, the world’s largest corporation, going green, or is it just greenwashing?
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Owen Hatherley’s survey of U.K. architecture during the Tony Blair years finds comfort in the margins of an era marked by high-rises.
With his "Fundred" project—and the EPA's help—Mel Chin hopes to clean up NOLA's soil.
PR expert Elizabeth Kubany on how to find the right photographer for your work.
Jewish houses of worship see modest growth as congregations seek more social spaces.
Strong business growth is anticipated for the world's largest corn processor.
Designers share their favorite software updates of 2010 and 2011.
Jeanne Gang appreciates her practice's home in Chicago's colorful Wicker Park.
Navigating the complexities of a big urban project? HR&A Advisors can help.
A Chicago branch library from the early 1980s exemplifies Postmodernism's design strategies.
Below the Earth’s surface, the temperature remains constant. Geothermal heat pumps harness that energy for efficient heating and cooling.
A German photographer and a French artist explore how we make architecture, and how it, in turn, makes us.
Playing with his Tour Sans Fins concept, Jean Nouvel designs a "table without end."
Thomas Phifer's first monograph includes the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Salt Point House, among other examples.
Part of Humanscale's Freedom line, this seat encourages better posture.
A new design by Daniel Michalik takes advantage of cork's natural flexibility.
Hand-hammered pendant lights made from 99.7% recycled copper wire.
Four hand-knotted rug designs subtly incorporate imagery from nature.
A collection of bath plumbing fixtures with clean lines.
Ultrahigh-performance concrete landscape and exterior products.
EnergyCap MOP FR and MOP Plus Smooth join GAF's Ruberoid family.
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