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Marc Kushner is a practicing architect who splits his time between designing buildings at HWKN, the architecture firm he cofounded, and amassing the world's architecture on the website he runs, Architizer.com. Both have the same mission: to reconnect the public with architecture. Kushner's core belief is that architecture touches everyone--and everyone is a fan of architecture--even if they don't know it yet. New forms of media empower people to shape the built environment, and that means better buildings that make better cities that make a better world.
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Architecture, Modern -- 21st century.