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Career Spotlight: What I Do As A Landscape Archit...
If good design is invisible, then you might not notice the intentional choices that go into designing a landscape. It’s the work of a landscape architect to subtly guide you through a physical space...
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Google's new building proposal reflects its DNA
If you're striving to make sense of Google's plans for its new north-of-Bayshore office space -- call it the Greenhouse Complex -- pay attention first to the company's DNA, its history and its...
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Google Unveils Master Plan for Silicon Valley HQ
Today, Google unveiled plans for a ground-breaking, 3.4 million-square-foot campus conceived by architecture firms BIG and Heatherwick Studio, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reports. “Tech...
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Google's new headquarters: an upgradable, futuris...
The future of work, according to Google, will take place in woodland glades and wildflower meadows, next to trickling streams and verdant allotments, among bike paths and yoga classes and gushing...
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Google Reveals Plans for Futuristic, Flexible Hea...
Google is taking its exploration of modular devices to greater heights, with a wacky new proposal for its Mountain View headquarters. The search giant's plan, submitted today to the Mountain View...
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High-tech toys change the way kids have fun
High-tech toys change the way kids have fun Technology is taking over toys at New York City's annual Toy Fair. Next to the
and Tinkertoys are slot cars powered by artificial...
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Presidential history comes alive at Reagan Library
JOE LUMAYA/SPECIAL TO THE STAR Judith Helton, portraying first lady Abigail Adams, shows Alyssa Elms (middle), 6 and her sister, Olivia, 5, how to spin yarn at the 23rd annual Presidents Day...
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The confit caper at the First National Taphouse »...
Illustration by Rico Macias-Zepeda Each Monday, KPSU hosts Trivia Night at First National Taphouse—a relatively recent addition to the campus bar scene—hosted by the big homie Jake Sauvageau. For...
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Burlingame museum boasts every PEZ dispenser
In a room at the back of a store that sells PEZ merchandise, the one-of-a-kind museum boasts an example of absolutely “every PEZ dispenser ever sold,” says proprietor-curator Gary Doss, who began...
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