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The media has been focusing on sleep research suggesting that our lack of quality sleep may lead to diseases like Alzheimer's, hypertension and shorter life spans. The idea that we are not getting enough "quality sleep" seems to be an issue that is on everyone's mind. So...

source: By Susan Mulholland
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The Rockefeller Center Plaza has been immortalized in the photographs of tourists visiting New York. Opened in 1969, the space between Manhattan's West 48th and 49th streets on Sixth Avenue has entertained tourists and locals with a hollow...

source: Architectural Digest

A lot has changed since construction on the Erie Canal began 200 years ago. The 524 total miles of waterways that would eventually connect the Hudson River to the Great Lakes still stands as a towering public works achievement, having transformed areas of upstate New York...

source: Architectural Digest

Emerging like a starburst out of the California desert, James Whitaker’s shipping container design will soon be constructed for a film producer and his wife. Nicknamed the “Joshua Tree Residence,” the design consists of a cluster of white freight containers...

source: Dorknob

The Tower of Winds reimagines common water reservoirs as structures in constant evolution. Designed as a competition proposal in 2015 by architect Tram-Anh Nyugen, Markus Von Dellinghausen, Midori Hasuike, and Andreas Nordstrom, the...

source: Inhabitat

It’s a challenge that many universities face: What to do with lovely, old buildings on campus that have become run-down and outdated? Some schools add jarring additions or try to create a faux period piece with a renovation,...

source: Architectural Record

When commissioned to design a new home for La Massana Fine Arts School in Barcelona, located behind the city’s famous Boqueria Market, architect Carme Pinós faced a double challenge—wrestling with both the density of the city’s Medieval Raval quarter...

source: Architectural Record

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