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There’s A Candle That Smells Like A New Mac, And It’s Already Sold OutTwo Words Would Make Our Cities More Livable: Pedestrians FirstBeige Walls And Dirty Couches: A MoMA Curator Critiques Its Very First ShowDocumenting A Los Angeles Mainstay: The Fumigation TentsHow Visual Designers Can Stay Relevant In A Post-Screen WorldThis Stunning House Was Made Entirely From The Remains Of A Demolished Office BuildingDesigning A Grown-Up Version Of The Coliving CrazeThe Impossibly Complex Art Of Designing EyesThis Connected Pendulum Makes Your Money Tangible AgainHow MIT Is Mining Sewers For Secrets To A City’s HealthPioneering Graphic Designer Elaine Lustig Cohen Dies At 89Is Your Water Really Safe? This High-Tech Waterbottle Can Tell YouThis Is Exactly Why Cities Need To Cover All Of Their Buildings In PlantsGoogle’s Quest To Design A Typeface For Every Language On EarthInstagram’s New Offices Are Ready For Their Close-Up5 Tips For Designing More Equitable CitiesThis Pavilion Will Break The Guinness Record For Largest 3D-Printed ObjectDesigning The Next Steve JobsCBS Is Developing A Show About A Badass ArchitectHow A Micro-Font Designed For Stock Indexes Became A ClassicThe Brave New World Of Google’s Industrial DesignHow Can Google Get Away With Making A Phone That Looks Just Like An iPhone?Inside The Lab Where Plants Learn To Grow In The DarkGoogle’s Immaterial DesignArchitecture Schools Are Failing. This Designer Is Calling For A RevolutionThe City Of The Future Will Be Powered By DataThis Is Google Sucking The Soul From Your iPhoneThis Reactive Mirror Is A Narcissist’s Dream Come TrueLessons In Space-Saving Design From 4 Tiny Japanese HostelsBlue Bottle, The Company That Won’t Grind Your Coffee, Now Sells Ground CoffeeHow To Turn Jealousy Into Creative InspirationThe 22 Most Innovative Web Platforms Of 2016How Midcentury Modern Became The Pumpkin Spice Latte Of Interior DesignIt’s Impossible To Simulate Life With Alzheimer’s, But Google Is TryingThis Smart Speaker Becomes A Communication Hub During DisastersBrooklyn Gets Its Own (Miniature) Redwood ForestVR May Be A Legitimate Design Tool Sooner Than You ThinkDesigner Hacks A Jig Saw To Invent New Technique For Felting Wool RugsMIT Wants To Make Broken Robots (And Shattered iPhones) A Thing Of The PastUncovering The Secret History Of Street SignsA Portrait Of Readers Across Two Decades And Countless CulturesBranding Once Meant Logos. Today, It Means AIThe Art Of The Car Sales Brochure