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Magazine articles on style, design, engineering, and architecture.
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February 15, 2004
Daintry Duffy
Look Out Below! The steep slopes and waves in the Lewis building's roof have created more than just a visually arresting experience. Last winter, frigid Cleveland temperatures and more than 90 inches of snow created falling ice and snow hazards for students walking to class. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Technology Research News
February 11, 2004
Kimberly Patch
Coincidences set up mental error What you think is happening in a given situation isn't necessarily the case. Your mental model of a situation is necessarily distorted, which can lead you to see a cause and effect that isn't there. This has major consequences for the design of critical human-machine interfaces, like aircraft cockpits. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
February 16, 2004
Gail Edmondson
The Italian Behind Audi's Radical Look The eye-catching combination of German minimalism and Italian flair has got designers from Los Angeles to Tokyo riveted on Audi's next move. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
February 16, 2004
David Welch
It's Tough Keeping Your Eyes On The Road Heightened scrutiny has carmakers, especially Detroit's Big Three, pushing their designers to make the confines of their cars' interiors as fancy as they can. mark for My Articles 632 similar articles
February 16, 2004
Christopher Palmeri
How Nissan Created A Monster When the creative types at Nissan Motor Co.'s La Jolla design studio got orders to create the company's first full-size pickup truck, they realized they were out of their element. Their research into what Americans want from trucks led to design success. mark for My Articles 264 similar articles
February 16, 2004
Chester Dawson
Wanted: Toyotas That Say "Toyota" With a 99-vehicle lineup, the automaker lacks a recognizable visual style mark for My Articles 556 similar articles
Fast Company
February 2004
Fiona Haley
Viva Recycling! Now here's what we call creativity. In Cuba, where new things are rare, a phone gets turned into an electric fan, and a plastic bottle becomes a taxi sign. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
February 2004
Galen Gruman
Adobe InDesign CS Poised to topple QuarkXPress, InDesign CS is a subtle yet very powerful update to Adobe's publishing flagship. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
This Old House
Roseann Henry
Can You See Me Now? We asked for a lesson in how to light a home for aging parents -- and we got a wakeup call about our own eyesight. For anyone over fifty, the most important thing in lighting design is safety. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
Commercial Investment Real Estate
Nov/Dec 2003
Beth Mattson-Teig
Growing Up, not Out Cities use infill development to alleviate urban sprawl. mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
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