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Magazine articles on style, design, engineering, and architecture.
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December 1, 2002
Jill Jusko
Best Practices -- Prevention Is The Cure While Six Sigma tackles products or processes that already are flawed, Design For Six Sigma aims to create new products or processes that are nearly perfect right from the start. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
December 2002
Scott Kirsner
Rebuilding Tomorrowland For 50 years, Disney's Imagineers have put the tech magic in the Magic Kingdom. Now economic pressures are bringing the grand ambitions back down to earth, where it's a smaller world after all. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles
December 2002
Brad Wieners
Making Headlines in 10,000-Point Type Ed Schlossberg has already made a name for himself in the design business. His new addition to Times Square is about to make bigger news than ever. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
November 1, 2002
Voyles & Chapman
Is Grand Central South Sinking? Last August, the federal government set aside $4.5 billion for lower Manhattan's transit system. Now, a feud is brewing over how the money should be spent. At odds are two differing transit schemes, each with powerful backers. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
This Old House
Jefferson Kolle
High Style with a French Twist We have Napoleon III to thank for the architectural style known as American Second Empire. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2002
Bill Breen
David Rockwell Has a Lot of Nerve This was the year that business lost its nerve. But David Rockwell, the design visionary behind some of New York's hottest restaurants, the Academy Awards theater, and even the sets for the Broadway smash Hairspray, keeps on taking chances -- and building great spaces with a point of view. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2002
Chuck Salter
Ivy Ross Is Not Playing Around For years, Mattel has worked to grow beyond Barbie. One strategy was growth through acquisition. Ivy Ross's strategy is to inspire innovation -- to reinvent how the world's number-one toy company designs its toys. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2002
Fara Warner
Levi's Fashions a New Strategy A dynamic new team looks to stamp innovation on an old brand. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
New Architect
November 2002
Molly Wright Steenson
Ten Steps to a Perfect Design Partnership Get the Web site results your company needs from an outside design firm. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
October 2002
Sara Rimensnyder
Trashy Dream Houses Dan Phillips -- a maverick designer, antiques refinisher, former college dance instructor, and exuberant armchair philosopher -- plans to build houses from recycled materials and then sell them cheaply to families who couldn't otherwise afford homes. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
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