Architecture

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Has a New Neighbor

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Has a New Neighbor

In modernizing the student residences at Fallingwater, the key was architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jacson's sensitive touch.

February 2017
Living Privately in Public

Living Privately in Public

The familiar signifiers architects use to describe housing are growing tired and unhelpful for designing new models of living.

January 2017
Game Changers 2017: ReUrbano

Game Changers 2017: ReUrbano

This emerging developer is bringing new life to Mexico City’s historic neighborhoods—while keeping the focus on equitable and sustainable growth.

January 2017
Game Changers 2017: Architecture Lobby

Game Changers 2017: Architecture Lobby

All is not perfectly well in the world of architecture, and this advocacy group is looking to improve it.

January 2017
Game Changers 2017: WORKac

Game Changers 2017: WORKac

With ties to building and academia, the New York firm is forging a new kind of architectural practice.

January 2017
Northern Neglect

Northern Neglect

The cities of the Canadian Arctic are contending with decades-old planning mistakes that ignored indigenous settlement patterns and knowledge.

December 2016
The High Line Effect

The High Line Effect

This has been a great year for parks in America—but is this new generation of High Line-inspired parks embedding social injustice into our cities?

December 2016
The Build Up

The Build Up

After a period of concepts and temporary installations, a rising generation of practitioners tackles spaces for art and culture.

December 2016
One-Stop Co-op

One-Stop Co-op

The Kalkbreite cooperative in Zurich suggests how co-ops will become viable for the 21st century.

November 2016
Geometric Trick

Geometric Trick

To renovate a town house in Brooklyn, Young Projects built an extension, added green spaces, and brought sunlight into the home—all within the constraints of a modest site.

November 2016
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