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Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Centre Set to Open to the Public

Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Centre Set to Open to the Public

Starting March 1, Londoners can go for a dip at the architect's Olympic swimming center.

February 2014
Container City

Container City

Mill Junction is a daring student dormitory that's high-rise and low-cost.

February 2014
Houses without Windows: Meditative Respites or Architectural Straightjackets?

Houses without Windows: Meditative Respites or Architectural Straightjackets?

A look at the architectural trend of windowless homes.

February 2014
Urban Hopes, Urban Dreams

Urban Hopes, Urban Dreams

A monograph dedicated to Steven Holl's large-scale projects in China points to a new 21st-century urbanism.

February 2014
After Sandy, Manhattan Landlords Reach Out to Design Professionals for Flood Protection Solutions

After Sandy, Manhattan Landlords Reach Out to Design Professionals for Flood Protection Solutions

An architect discusses how his firm is protecting buildings from future floods.

February 2014
The Glass House in the Mists

The Glass House in the Mists

To celebrate its 65th anniversary, the Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya will cloak Philip Johnson's famously transparent house in a thick shroud of fog.

February 2014
The Green Team: On Occupying Urban Space

The Green Team: On Occupying Urban Space

How smart programming can change large-scale urban landscapes for the better.

February 2014
MoMA to Preserve Folk Art's Bronze Facade and Stop There

MoMA to Preserve Folk Art's Bronze Facade and Stop There

A brave curatorial decision or damage control? See how architects and critics are reacting to the news.

February 2014
Video: See How Architects Use Computation to Ensure Optimal Views

Video: See How Architects Use Computation to Ensure Optimal Views

A computation specialist from NBBJ demonstrates how he uses scripting and more to shape the design of a building.

February 2014
Behind The Living's "100% Organic" Pavilion for MoMA PS1

Behind The Living's "100% Organic" Pavilion for MoMA PS1

The collaborators behind 'Hy-Fi' discuss how the new pavilion is different from its predecessors.

February 2014
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