Reposted from Design Observer: Observatory – By Mark Lamster In a now classic post on bldgblog, Geoff Manaugh coined the term "Nakatomi Space," a reference to the action film Die Hard, in which supercop John McLain navigates a fictional L.A. skyscraper (the Nakatomi Building) through its infrastructure, suggesting an alternate and largely invisible urban environment that we ...
By Julie Kim There are three ways of doing good work in the world that I think we need to consider in closer relationship to one another: humanitarianism, ...
Sometimes creating is as joyful and easy as doodling on the envelope in front of you, but other times you need specialized equipment to create, to refine, ...
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