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How R/GA is designing the office of the future

Walk around R/GA's (formerly R/Greenberg Associates) New York office and it's tough not to be wooed by the tech running the show. Despite this, however, the environment is decidedly democratic rather than technocratic. Spread across the 11th and 12th floors of 450 West 33rd Street, R/GA's New York HQ sits within…
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AN’s May Cocktail Crawl is coming!

Join The Architect’s Newspaper and Flatiron's design showrooms for the 2017 May Cocktail Crawl! The event features 12+ showrooms, signature drinks, and special prizes. Visit any seven showrooms for a chance to win a $500 AMEX gift card. Participating showrooms include Duravit, Humanscale, Poggenpohl, HAFELE, and many more. Attendees must…
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We’ve launched our 2017 Best of Products Awards!

The Architect’s Newspaper speaks directly to leaders in architecture and design with news, products, developments, trends, and updates. We've just launched our 3rd Annual Best of Product Awards. The Best of Product Awards is an opportunity for designers and manufacturers to reach our audience—an eclectic mix of top-tier architects, designers,…
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An interstate conspiracy against Florida real estate?

This post is part of our years-long running Eavesdrop series (think page 6 for the architectural field). It’s your best source for gossip, insider stories, and more. Have an eavesdrop of your own? Send it to: eavesdrop[at]archpaper.com.

A developer in Miami said that there is an interstate…

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Virginia Heffernan joins the SVA’s Design Research & Writing Summer Intensive

Journalist, writer, and media critic Virginia Heffernan has joined the School of Visual Art's 2017 Design Writing and Research Summer Intensive, a two-week course organized by the school's MA Design Research program. The Summer Intensive, which aims to help participants improve their writing skills and research methods, includes seminars, lectures, behind-the-scenes access…
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Inside Herzog and de Meuron’s sumptuous 56 Leonard

What's it like to live on a 700-foot-high cantilever that looks out over Manhattan? Herzog and de Meuron's Tribeca tower, 56 Leonard, does just that and images of its luxurious interiors have been revealed. Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, both from Switzerland, saw their structure realized in 2015 and the residential…