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American City Dwellers Love Food,
and Want More
Sasaki poll of residents in six dynamic US cities finds restaurants and farmers markets top the list of must-have urban amenities.
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Boston was recently voted the world’s most innovative city. Some leading-edge innovators explain why they are here, prompting a few questions for the A+D community from our guest editor.
Two cities with different issues, identities and planning priorities — for the first time, their respective urban-design gurus brainstorm on why the two cities are connected by much more than a river.
The Boston Society of Architects has a new home.
An Irreverent Op-Ed.
Young designers discuss their professional horizons and architecture’s future.
We asked a spectrum of leading citizens what they hope Boston’s near future will look like. Their answer: Be bold!
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