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Cooper Hewitt’s Triennial Asks: What Makes Something Beautiful? - NYTimes.com

NEW YORK (AP) — Every three years, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum offers visitors the chance to take a g

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The Stop Sign Wasn’t Always Red

Elanit Neutra makes handbags, backpacks and an assortment of other products from…

Designer Elanit Neutra turns old tires into beautiful bags, wallets and purses from her studio in Tel Aviv.

How to Walk in New York - NYTimes.com

How to Walk in New York

Poem about walking in New York, illustrated with fun, explanatory animated graphics

Are there really only seven different types of beauty? | Art and design | The Guardian

Are there really only seven different types of beauty?

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's new exhibition "Beauty", explores the subjective concept through 250 works of design and art.

When You Have to Go, Japanese Rest Stops Won’t Keep You Waiting - The New York Times

When You Have to Go, Japanese Rest Stops Won’t Keep You Waiting

Amenities like five times as many stalls for women, and monitors showing the vacant ones, aim to make sure traffic is the only delay to worry about.

Beauty, According to the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Beauty Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial Museum Book (Exhibition 2016

Discover 62 innovative designers—and their thoughts on beauty—in the museum’s upcoming exhibition and book

Stadsplanning 2.0: architecten willen Central Park uitgraven

Stadsplanning 2.0: architecten willen Central Park uitgraven

New York Horizon First Place 2016 Skyscraper Competition Yitan Sun, Jianshi Wu United States

A crowd viewing the “Mona Lisa” at the Louvre in Paris, the busiest art museum in the world.

Masterworks vs. the Masses

Visitors from all over are lining up at the Louvre, the Vatican and the Uffizi museums, posing problems for institutions trying to balance accessibility with art preservation.

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