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Design Miami's 2011 Designer of the Year, David Adajaye, reveals his plans for a temporary structure that will serve as a welcome pavilion for the fair. In other news, MIT develops open-source software for better urban planning, the Nate Berkus Show enters its second season and take a look at three great new books for textile lovers.

Check out the headlines after the jump.

David Adjaye reveals 2011 Design Miami pavilion | BDOnline
MIT's Free Urban Planning Software Will Help Build The Cities Of The Future | Fast Company
The Nate Berkus Show enters second season | Editor at Large
3 New Books for Textile Lovers: Knoll Textiles, Print & Pattern 2 & Repeat After Me | Apartment Therapy