Architecture Article Archive

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Kahn’s Concrete

Kahn’s Concrete

Two painstakingly researched books reveal the depths of the architect’s material explorations.

February 2015
Historical Revival

Historical Revival

A historic site in Hong Kong that once housed its married police officers finds new life as a cultural hub and incubator for young designers.

February 2015
Redefining the Island Aesthetic

Redefining the Island Aesthetic

With architect Todd Saunders and designers Ineke Hans and Ilse Crawford as its advocates, the remote Fogo Island in Newfoundland, Canada, is forging a fresh identity to ensure its cultural and economic survival.

February 2015
All Local Lumber

All Local Lumber

Behnisch Architekten inserts a sustainable wooden conference hall into Geneva’s maze of glass buildings, and breaks new ground for modern timber construction.

February 2015
Temple of Respite

Temple of Respite

Evoking the mysterious underworld of seaside grottoes, a theatrical health-care center in Naples provides a palate-cleansing experience for passengers taken ill aboard cruise ships.

February 2015
Urban Software

Urban Software

Author and theoretician Keller Easterling discusses how architects and urbanists might hack the operating system of our cities.

January 2015
The Floating Gardens of Uppsala

The Floating Gardens of Uppsala

The Swedish city debuted its buoyant pocket park last summer as a way to promote urban farming.

January 2015
Game Changers 2015: Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine

Game Changers 2015: Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine

Architectural criticism has long been the domain of a rarefied few. But it needn’t be that way, argue these Paris-based filmmakers, who cast their lens on the unassuming characters who interact daily with some of the world’s most iconic buildings.

January 2015
Game Changers 2015: Water Pore Partnership

Game Changers 2015: Water Pore Partnership

Architects and planners are often eager to shepherd infrastructure into the shadows of a city. Amy Mielke and Caitlin Gucker-Kanter Taylor advocate for the opposite—revitalizing Las Vegas’s stressed water supply and putting it in plain sight for all to experience.

January 2015
Game Changers 2015: Aggregate

Game Changers 2015: Aggregate

What are the challenges of making architectural history and research a collective pursuit? Dissolving disciplinary conventions, Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative is preparing the grounds for a new generation of scholars.

January 2015
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