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Inside The Design Firm Putting AI In Your HomeAround the World In 80 Architecture OfficesFox News Just Made The Head Of ISIS Look Like A Pretty Decent GuyA Dash Button For ACLU Donations Is Perfect UX For Internet ActivistsWhy Symbols MatterI Tried Razer’s Freakshow 3-Screen Laptop, And I Liked ItRepublican Lawmakers Are Trying To Make Protests Illegal And ExpensiveParis Has Some Bad News For People Who Keep A Second Home In The CityHow Montreal Became A Quiet Capital Of ModernismUsing Design Principles To Reshape Local GovernmentW.E.B. Du Bois Was A Master Of The Hand-Drawn InfographicThis Robo Pizza Company Bakes Your Pie As It Drives To Your HouseThe Only Time Alternative Facts Are Acceptable: This Card GameFree Architecture School? It’s Not As Crazy As It SoundsTesla Model S Mistaken For Kidnapper Van Thanks To “Weird” DesignNeed Something To Smash? This Marble Sink Is Meant To Be BrokenPainting Is Alive And Well In ArchitectureWhat’s Still Missing From The AI RevolutionWhat It’s Like To Peer Inside Mona Lisa’s WorldA Dead Simple Tool To Find Out What Facebook Knows About YouWhy These 100-Year-Old Meat Slicers Are Still Beloved By ChefsThe Breast Design Trend Of 2017? Boobs!Gentrification Hurts Renters, But Not HomeownersDropbox Lands One Of Google’s Top DesignersThese Comic Books Bring The Story Of Segregation In St. Louis To LifeDensity Is The Best Way To Reduce A City’s Carbon FootprintA Public Library That’s Nicer Than The Fanciest Tech OfficesThis MIT Spin-Off Turns Pollution Into Super-Black PaintHow HotelTonight’s Logo Boosts Revenue By More Than 10% A YearThis Star-Shaped Pill Bounces Around Your Stomach For WeeksThe Artificially Intelligent, Body-Hacking Branding Of 2022This Wonderfully Warm Biodome Will Let Icelanders Escape Their Cold, Bleak WintersTurn Your Local Streets Into A Map That Reveals The Character Of Your NeighborhoodThe Tiny House Fad Comes To Office DesignAfter Locals Kept Covering Anti-Homeless Spikes With Cushions, This Building Just Gave UpAn Intimate Look At The Couple Who Reluctantly Shaped Civil RightsA Border Wall That Unites Instead Of DividesParis’s Classy New Public Urinals Use Your Pee To Grow FlowersParis Has An Ingenious Solution To Public Urination: Turn Pee Into CompostHow To Build A Space Suit That’s Actually (Sort Of) ComfortableGoogle’s Plan To Make Our Buildings Less Poisonous