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Breaking Down Walls

California architect Jennifer Luce is bringing a new kind of openness to the workplace. The cliché-busting creator (she proves that her unabashed, industrial style can also be warm and homey) has been putting her stamp on west coast buildings for 30 years. A comment on process, place and the new work-life balance
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Street View

Dan Bergeron’s paste-up works, billboard makeovers and photo installations combine wit and social commentary in a style that hearkens back to the U.K.’s Banksy. As street art gains traction as both a cultural scene and a forum for public debate, we look at a Carleton graduate at the forefront of a movement that takes on perennial issues like art versus commerce and who gets to decide on representation in public space
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