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Magazine articles on style, design, engineering, and architecture.
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Fast Company
November 2006
John Rosenthal
House In a Box Century-old construction technology comes home in part pre-fab, all custom house designs. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
November 8, 2006
Alexandra Lange
Extending the Legacy Curators at the Glass House, which opens to the public in April, face an intriguing challenge: linking the restless, insatiably curious spirit of its creator to a living future. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
November 1, 2006
Jennifer Popovec
The Tipping Point In the U.S., the number of certified green buildings built each year has mushroomed, but for most commercial developers, green has been an afterthought or a costly option. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
This Old House A Stylish Clay Finish That You Can Apply This natural earthen plaster looks good, offers no trowel trouble, and can mimic styles from silky Venetian to pebbly Provencal. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
November 2006
The Builders A cleaner environment starts at home and at work. Tackling toxic environments one room at a time. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
November 2006
Steven Levy
The Perfect Thing Five years ago, Apple engineers used foam core and old fishing weights to craft a model of a new MP3 player. The age of the iPod was about to begin. mark for My Articles 683 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2006
Duffy & Keen
Full Text: Open Debate Can anyone be a designer? mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
This Old House
Jill Kirchner
The Sum of Its Parts After decades of additions, this 165-year-old house reclaims its architectural integrity. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
This Old House
Mark Davis
Split Personality The challenge, as an architect and also a first-time homeowner, was to marry the traditional bungalow to a contemporary addition. And "challenge" was the right word. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
October 2006
Karrie Jacobs
The Revolution That Never Quite Was The Vermont enclave Prickly Mountain was built as an anti-establishment utopia - and that's what it still is. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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