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FREE — Released 1 September 2013
In a city known for its blight, Detroit's 66,000 empty parcels are rife with opportunity for private investment and experimentation with green infrastructure. With new promenades and public spaces, the city is being designed for what Detroit has been lacking in recent years—people. We also investigate five growing trends in living architecture to check the pulse of the booming industry, take an in-depth look at Adobe's new Utah campus and the notion of the 'fun' office, and much more.
Also inside: Reed Hilderbrand and The Clark, Seattle's Kevin Daniels drives development, a chat with Lucia Athens (Austin's chief sustainability officer), the story behind Brooklyn's stunning Wythe Hotel, and a look at Burlington, Ontario's LEED Gold performing arts center.