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Whose Modernity?

Whose Modernity?

Rem Koolhaas's provocation for the architecture biennale helps expose critical non-Eurocentric histories.

Paper-Thin Walls

Paper-Thin Walls

AECOM specially engineers fiberglass to achieve Smiljan Radić’s vision for the Serpentine Pavilion.

Both House and Home: Why Architecture Is More Than Just Elements

Both House and Home: Why Architecture Is More Than Just Elements

Two installations at the National Building Museum offer an interesting counterpoint to Rem Koolhaas's "Elements" ethos.

Snøhetta Rethinks the Future of Times Square

Snøhetta Rethinks the Future of Times Square

The Norwegian architects on how they're transforming public spaces into "platforms for living"

Can Berlin's New Concept Mall Revive City West?

Can Berlin's New Concept Mall Revive City West?

The recently-opened complex combines fashion, high culture, and a resourceful spirit to reinvent the shopping experience.

Letting the Hill Country In

Letting the Hill Country In

An outdoorsy homestead designed by Lake Flato embraces the views of cypress-shaded creeks.

Mia Lehrer & the L.A. River

Mia Lehrer & the L.A. River

The landscape architect has spent nearly two decades helping transform a mammoth drainage canal into a true urban amenity.

Trench Warfare

Trench Warfare

A new documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at a fitful 2009 architectural competition.

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