4 03, 2016

13 miles of typography on Broadway, from A to Z

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From Hopes & Fears: Broadway is easily America’s most famous thoroughfare. Starting in lower Manhattan at Bowling Green and running the entire length of the island, it strings together some nine to fifteen neighborhoods—depending on who you ask—before bleeding over into the Bronx, serving as a cross-sectional study of the City’s diversity in ethnicity, utility and design. As the Main […]

24 04, 2013

Windows of New York

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The Windows of New York project is a weekly illustrated fix for an obsession that has increasingly grown in Jose Guizar since chance put him in this town. A product of countless steps of journey through the city streets, this is a collection of windows that somehow have caught Jose's restless eye out from the never-ending buzz of the city. […]

14 10, 2011

Steve Jobs, a genius of store design, too

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From NY Times: When the architect Peter Bohlin arrived for his first meeting with Steve Jobs, he wore a tie. “Steve laughed, and I never wore a tie again,” Mr. Bohlin recalled. Thus began a collaboration that has extended from Pixar’s headquarters, completed in 2001, to more than 30 Apple Stores (and counting) around the globe, all with design […]

1 06, 2011

Ten design lessons from Frederick Law Olmsted

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Olmsted (1822-1903), the father of American landscape architecture, may have more to do with the way America looks than anyone else. Beginning in 1857 with the design of Central Park in New York City, he created designs for thousands of landscapes. His works include Prospect Park in Brooklyn, Boston’s Emerald Necklace, Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, Mount Royal in Montreal, […]

20 01, 2007

Massive Change

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explores the legacy and potential, the promise and power of design in improving the welfare of humanity. It originated as a collaboration between Bruce Mau Design and the Institute without Boundaries in which we researched the capacities and limitations o · Go to Massive Change →