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The Architect’s Newspaper January 2019: Timber Issue

  This Issue is sponsored by   Our new print redesign comes alive in our first issue of 2019, with a new logo, updated typefaces, a new organizing system, and new uses of color throughout. This is also our second ever timber-focused issue. The feature is a…
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Denmark plans to build nine new islands to house “European Silicon Valley”

The Danish government and Hvidovre, a city outside Copenhagen, are planning a series of nine artificial islands to house a new tech hub. The new archipelago, dubbed Holmene, will create over 33 million square feet of new land, 10.5 miles of new coastline, and, hopefully, 12,000 new jobs directly and…
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Detroit Institute of Arts brings the city’s past to life in found photo show

The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is putting fresh faces on the past with the found photography show Lost & Found: Photographs from the DIA’s Collection, up now through March 3. Coming from a range of sources, some "rescued from attics, resale shops, online sources," and DIA archives, according to the…
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Hyperloops and wheelchair bikes: Cooper Hewitt explores the future of mobility

In The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, presents a variety of concepts from around the world that ask the question: how will we move in the future? With concepts from firms like Höweler + Yoon, design studios like IDEO, and companies like Waymo, the exhibition suggests a range…
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Looking for a log? Buy a big one and support disaster recovery

Is there anything better than a really large piece of wood? The answer, obviously, is no, there is not, which makes the rarity (and expense) of such pieces that much more painful. But the Coastal Marine Resource Center and Local Office Landscape and Urban Design (LOLA) have teamed up to find…