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Step into Rio de Janeiro’s smart city nerve center at Storefront’s latest exhibition

As an architect or urban designer, how do you represent “smart city” technology? Something that deals with environmental conditions, government bureaucracies, and endless data streams as well as public space, human movement, […]

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Miami’s infrastructure woes run deep, but the city has its eyes set on “huge cultural change”

This article appears in The Architect’s Newspaper’s April 2017 issue, which takes a deep dive into Florida to coincide with the upcoming AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando (April 27 […]

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Sasaki unveils design for 247-acre urban farming district in Shanghai

This article was originally published on ArchDaily as “Sasaki Unveils Design for Sunqiao, a 100-Hectare Urban Farming District in Shanghai.” With nearly 24 million inhabitants to feed and a decline in the availability […]

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