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Issue 35

Portrait of a Working Marriage

Designer Liz Diller and architect Ric Scofidio enact a transformative vision of America’s public spaces in the very private space of their relationship.

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Issue 30

FLYP Flicks: More than Meets the Eye

Director Gary Hustwit’s films examine the underlying aspects of everyday life that most people miss.

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Issue 30

Toy Story

For the students of MIT’s toy product design class, fun is a lot of work.

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Issue 28

Clay Classics

Heath Ceramics stands up to America’s throwaway culture.

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  John Maeda in his office at the Rhode Island School of Design. Photo by John Hame …
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Issue 26

Avant Gardens

The 21st-century landscapes of Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot blur the lines between earth and art.

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Issue 23

Oh MIO Mine

A hot Philadelphia design firm aims to create a greener planet, one product at a time.

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Issue 21

The End: Fantastic Plastic

For his Meltdown series, furniture designer Tom Price creates polypropylene chairs that challenge our tastes and expectations.

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Issue 19

Setting A New Tone

Color can lift our spirits and put us in a buying mood—or so marketers hope. The top color consultants are doing their best to revive the economy and the nation’s mood.

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Issue 18

John Maeda: The Complexity of Simplicity

John Maeda is more than the new president of the Rhode Island School of Design. Graphic designer, author, engineer, philosopher and family man, he always does at least two things at once.

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