Architecture Article Archive

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Science Spectacle

Science Spectacle

When it is completed next summer, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami will feature the world's most cutting-edge planetarium.

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2-Player Game

2-Player Game

Designers Peter Pashley and Ken Wong are making a name for themselves in the gaming world by tapping into new portable and wearable technologies.

April 2016
Ruin Revived

Ruin Revived

After languishing in a Scottish forest for three decades, a Modernist masterpiece enters a new stage of life.

April 2016
Failing Backward

Failing Backward

A new book treats the architectural failures of a radical past as a learning opportunity for an apathetic present.

April 2016
50 Books to Read This Spring

50 Books to Read This Spring

Our essential guide of architecture and design books will keep you busy well into the summer months.

April 2016
The First Modern Couple

The First Modern Couple

Nina Stritzler-Levine, curator of "Artek and the Aaltos: Creating a Modern World," talks about Alvar Aalto and Aino Marsio-Aalto's productive partnership.

April 2016
Rethinking Architecture, From a Robot's Perspective

Rethinking Architecture, From a Robot's Perspective

Architect Michael Silver believes robots will soon help laborers build the architecture of the future.

April 2016
Postmortem Preservation

Postmortem Preservation

The demolition of a key OMA work prompts questions about the civic value of innovative architecture.

April 2016
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
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