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All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

A roundup of 37 interest-piquing titles, spanning all scales of architecture and design, to read this season.

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The Man Who Elevated Landscape to Art

The Man Who Elevated Landscape to Art

Roberto Burle Marx was more than the peerless landscape architect who revolutionized the garden aesthetic. He was also a consummate artist whose innovations drew on a wide range of cultural and natural references.

July-August 2016
A New New York, The Same Old Story

A New New York, The Same Old Story

While it has brought with it a fair share of good buildings, New York’s architectural renaissance has presided over a general dissolution of urban mix.

July-August 2016
The Best of the 21st Century: Interiors

The Best of the 21st Century: Interiors

We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best interiors of the past 16 years. The following is a curated list of ten sleek interiors with clean lines and eclectic sensibilities.

July-August 2016
The Best of the 21st Century: Architecture

The Best of the 21st Century: Architecture

We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best projects of the past 16 years. The following is a curated list of architectural projects, both big and small, that have helped to define the cityscape of the new millennium.

July-August 2016
From Venice to Venice Beach: Denise Scott Brown's "Wayward" Eye

From Venice to Venice Beach: Denise Scott Brown's "Wayward" Eye

The influential architect-planner reflects on her colorful and analytic use of photography over the decades.

July-August 2016
Charles Waldheim: Landscape Urbanism All Grown Up

Charles Waldheim: Landscape Urbanism All Grown Up

The urban theorist argues that landscape, more than buildings, has fundamentally changed the way cities urbanize in the 21st century.

July-August 2016
Factory on the Rise

Factory on the Rise

A massive new volume makes the case for manufacturing to return to cities, albeit in a vertical format.

June 2016
Getting Under the Hood: Is the TWBTA Renovation Really As Bad As Critics Claim?

Getting Under the Hood: Is the TWBTA Renovation Really As Bad As Critics Claim?

The Tod Williams Billie Tsien renovation of the Hood Museum has spurred considerable controversy. But does the proposal truly deserve the criticism it's inspired?

June 2016
Dystopia in the Sky

Dystopia in the Sky

The first film adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s classic novel "High-Rise" is a decadent romp set against a background of Brutalism.

June 2016
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