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Q&A: Alejandro Aravena

Q&A: Alejandro Aravena

The director of this summer's Venice Architecture Biennale discusses the impact architects can have at the global and local levels.

April 2016
Steely Resolve

Steely Resolve

John Hejduk’s The House of the Suicide follies find a permanent home in the Czech Republic’s capital.

March 2016
The Attrition Problem

The Attrition Problem

Despite their healthy representation in architecture schools, many women still end up leaving the building profession. That’s a loss of talent architecture can’t afford.

March 2016
Bigger Than Buildings

Bigger Than Buildings

A probing exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture mines an alternative definition of “architecture.”

March 2016
Home for Good

Home for Good

Emphasizing transparency and permanence, a new Planned Parenthood in Queens, N.Y., hopes to be a replicable template for future clinics.

March 2016
The Digitized Detail

The Digitized Detail

A new exhibition at SCI-Arc reconsiders architectural tectonics in the digital age.

March 2016
Holiday Prescription

Holiday Prescription

A new hotel concept in Copenhagen seeks to reduce the stress of hospital stays.

February 2016
Mixing Metaphors

Mixing Metaphors

A new digital exhibition mounted by New York’s Guggenheim Museum asks visitors to reconsider the meaning of architecture by placing bets on a speculative future.

February 2016
A Trophy for Living In

A Trophy for Living In

Mark Foster Gage’s provocative design for a Manhattan skyscraper doesn’t shy away from sticky questions of taste, form, or property speculation.

February 2016
Game Changers 2016: Sarah Herda

Game Changers 2016: Sarah Herda

Administrators and curators often speak different languages. The director of the Graham Foundation is fluent in both, as she has proven by spearheading Chicago’s inaugural architectural biennial.

January 2016
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