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Instant Feedback

Instant Feedback

A richly interactive software program shifts modular construction away from its one-size-fits-all straitjacket.

February 2014
At Sochi, The Selfie Writ Large

At Sochi, The Selfie Writ Large

An interactive pavilion at the Sochi Olympic Park acts as an architectural machine for selfie-taking.

February 2014
Fit for Life

Fit for Life

A multigenerational recreation complex in Fort Washington, Maryland, sets a high standard for community facilities.

February 2014
A Culinary Education

A Culinary Education

The Edible Schoolyard project brings farming and cooking into the classroom.

February 2014
Game Changer: Eric Owen Moss

Game Changer: Eric Owen Moss

The architect's 27-year-long collaboration with Frederick and Laurie Samitaur Smith has transformed a once-derelict area into a thriving urban community.

January 2014
Game Changer: Jonathan F.P. Rose

Game Changer: Jonathan F.P. Rose

A developer who combines a keen feel for the housing market with a genuine commitment to social justice, good urbanism, and green building.

January 2014
Game Changer: Alastair Parvin

Game Changer: Alastair Parvin

The brain behind WikiHouse, an open-sourced platform that promises to remake the field. Is it a threat to the primacy of the architect, or a glimpse into our digital design future?

January 2014
Gathering Place

Gathering Place

District Hall is the first building of its kind: a civic center at the heart of an innovation hub.

January 2014
Life in Transition

Life in Transition

The Janus House looks to both the past and the future.

December 2013
Worth Preserving

Worth Preserving

As the gap between the rich and the middle class widens, the challenge to save midcentury modern buildings becomes even more vexing.

December 2013
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