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The Beauty of Greater Paris

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Balancing Material Conservation and Reuse

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Revolution By Design

We must teach our politicians and populations the incredible potential of design: we can accomplish more using fewer resources by turning ideas into improved products and/or processes.

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An Interveiw with Olivier Mousson, President of the SEIN

With the support of three consuls, Bonaparte, Cambaceres and Lebrun, The Society for the Advancement of the National Industry (SEIN) was founded in 1801 by a group of scientists, government officials and entrepreneurs gathered around Chaptal (the great chemist and industrialist) for the economic reconstruction of countries emerging from...

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The Bauhaus: The Intersection of Arts and Politics

The Bauhaus School of Art and Architecture (Bauhaus) was opened in Weimar, Germany in 1919 shortly after World War I (WWI) ended. Following the defeat of WWI, Germany was forced to adapt to the changing governing structures of Western Europe, and found themselves faced with the question of building...

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Rise of Coworking and its Influence on Social Innovation

How the idea of connecting like-minded social entrepreneurs went from concept to global network in a decade.

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Policy, Meet Design

FOR GENERATIONS, COMMUNICATION DESIGNERS have worked for clients within every industry and increasingly, these designers are collaborating with their clients as partners rather than service providers.

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Public Speaking

I work for the Chicago Park District, so my PUBLIC is Chicago. Chicago has over 500 parks, so every resident has nearby access to a park in their neighborhood. Over 200 of these parks have field houses, where recreational and cultural programming is held for all ages.

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How Civics is Permeating Tech

IF YOU’VE EVER HAD TO PULL A BUILDING PERMIT, apply for unemployment, or even just renew your driver’s license, you’ve probably been frustrated by your interaction with the government. These seemingly mundane transactions frame the majority of our experience with government services.

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Rebuild By Design: Reexamining Resilience

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