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The Evolution of Urban Planning

    Urban planning has changed dramatically over the years let’s take a look at the simple visualizations of complex planning ideas that have changed how we live. Courtesy of Cantrell...
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Throwback Thursday: Sounds and the City

In 2008, FORM magazine’s Technology issue was full of innovation: the latest kitchen gadgets such as Miele’s RemoteVision WiFi technology; an ambitious desalinization project by Emergent ...
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A More Perfect LA? Excavating the Cycleway

The Arroyo Seco corridor, connecting Pasadena to downtown Los Angeles and thus a significant commuter thoroughfare, is an appropriate lens through which to examine a slice of the city’s complex trans...
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Throwback Thursday: Sight Unseen

Back in 2010, we focused our November/December issue on the theme of Designing for the Senses. And my favorite article from the magazine was an interview with architect Chris Downey, AIA, founder of ...
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Wayback Wednesday: Of Museums & Men

In our Mar/Apr 2009 issue, writer Ina Drosu covered the revitalization of several museums by some of today’s most notable architects including Tadao Ando and Frank Gehry. The piece offers insig...