Architecture Article Archive

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Corporate Commitment

Corporate Commitment

An unused helipad is the landing spot for Coca-Cola’s new green initiative in Mexico.

April 2013
Machine-Made Living

Machine-Made Living

A Dutch architect teams up with an Italian inventor to build the world’s first 3-D printed house.

April 2013
Dreams Unfulfilled

Dreams Unfulfilled

Architecture shows in Los Angeles examine the city that is, and the one that might have been.

April 2013
Life Starts at 50

Life Starts at 50

Having reached architectural early middle-age, ARO now seems poised for greatness.

March 2013
South-to-North Thinking

South-to-North Thinking

MASS Design Group takes the health-care lessons learned in the developing world to regulation-bound U.S. hospitals.

February 2013
Austere Charm

Austere Charm

Despite a rocky start, or perhaps because of it, the Parrish Art Museum has a refined new home.

February 2013
The Adapters

The Adapters

Indigenous architecture provides some important lessons in building with nature rather than against it.

February 2013

Free to Experiment

Thanks to an enriching sideline, SOFTlab started its career with highly conceptual commissions.

December 2012
Living in a Material World

Living in a Material World

Through a process of deep research and close collaboration, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien craft buildings of quiet power and profound tactility.

December 2012
The Trouble With Washington

The Trouble With Washington

The noted landscape architect dissects how clumsy, ill-considered security measures have impacted our nation’s once majestic capital.

November 2012
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