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India’s Elastic Cities


By 2030, 40% of India's population will be urban-dwellers. That's 590 million people, up from 350 million in 2011, with the combination of internal migration and population growth placing serious stress on urban infrastructure.
cities, India, urban, local, vernacular, informal, economy, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial, service, provider, wallah, community, elastic, adapt, adaptable, change

National Design Awards: Finalists


The winner and two finalists of the Corporate Achievement category are, together, quite different from the winners of the past. As a whole, they represent what is possible at a smaller scale. 
National Design Awards, nda, finalists, winners, corporate achievement, categories, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Heath ceramics, Dwell magazine, Architecture, Architecture Research Office, ARO, research-driven, Stephen Holl, Adam Yarinski, Stephen Cassell, influence, teaching, Times Square, Recruiting Station, vernacular, gravity, Michael Maltzan, MoMA Qns, mechanical boxes, Los Angeles, open space, relationship, public, Communication Design, typography, Hoefler & Frere-Jones, fonts, Gotham, Obama campaign, 2008, Project Projects, Prem Krishnamurthy, Adam Michaels, MOMA, Canadian Centre for Architecture, CCA, Rodarte, fashion design, Thom Browne, Brooks Brothers, collaboration, Interaction Design, Lisa Strausfeld, Pentagram, website, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Clo Wine Bar, Time Warner Center, interactive table, interior design, crossover, Ali Tayar, WORKac, Public Farm 1, recyclable, materials, solar energy, produce, product design, Smart Design, simpler, medical, change, Ross Menuez, Salvor Products