Architecture Article Archive

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Creative Class

Creative Class

A quest for educational legacy provided the inspiration for Centro, a design and creative industries university in Mexico City.

November 2015
Double or Nothing

Double or Nothing

The new Broad museum shines in places, but ultimately suffers by adhering too closely to the strained rhetoric of its architects.

November 2015
New Talent 2015

New Talent 2015

Seven design minds pick seven innovators to watch.

October 2015
New Talent: RAAAF

New Talent: RAAAF

The Dutch architects combine design and philosophy in works that highlight urgent social and cultural issues.

October 2015
New Talent: LAB.PRO.FAB

New Talent: LAB.PRO.FAB

The Caracas–based architects champion a bottom-up approach that strengthens community ties and puts good design in the hands of the public.

October 2015
New Talent: Assemble Studio

New Talent: Assemble Studio

The London collective creates architecture that is ad hoc, handmade, and community-driven.

October 2015
Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius

The Walker Art Center's "Hippie Modernism" takes seriously the era's mantra-like invitations to "turn on, tune in, drop out."

October 2015
Brief, but Brilliant

Brief, but Brilliant

An eye-opening exhibition at the Institute for Contemporary Art/Boston explores the life and times of Black Mountain College.

October 2015
Bleak House

Bleak House

A MoMA exhibition on the single-family home and its archetypes tells us a lot without saying anything at all.

October 2015
The A+D Museum's "Shelter" Disappoints by Reinforcing Market Fundamentalism

The A+D Museum's "Shelter" Disappoints by Reinforcing Market Fundamentalism

Architects need to channel their energies toward new housing solutions that are grounded in reality.

October 2015
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