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  • A Rolling Pig Pen – Studio North

    “An architectural education is best experienced through engagement in all aspects of the building process. (Studio North) is a fully immersive design experience,” Keith Moskow. You may remember Robert Linn’s and Keith Moskow’s Studio North from one of our blog posts last year. The summer of 2011 was their inaugural session of Studio North, where [...]

  • MIT Media Lab: architecture as a living organism

    (The following architecture report was written and edited by Zenovia Toloudi) Either resembling to a museum, or having the apple-store corporate look, the modest, metal-glass box, almost 2 years-old MIT Media Lab Complex, is a live example of architecture’s power to affect many aspects of one organization, from social life among community to scientific and [...]

  • Visions of Light from Helsinki

    Here is a light show from the Helsinki World Design Capital 2012 – view a short video of  the Kruunuvuori Light Art piece below! Helsinki World Design Capital 2012 Kruunuvuori Light Art piece from Lighting Design Collective on Vimeo.

  • Green Growing in the Classroom

    Steve Ritz, a high school teacher in the South Bronx, is teaching his students lessons on green living. Ritz has turned his classroom in a literal edible learning space. Books are kept on desks and leafy plants cover the walls. Together, his students have created 450 recipes out of the vegetables that they have organically [...]