Architecture Article Archive

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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
Chicago's Pomo Moment

Chicago's Pomo Moment

We revisit a forgotten chapter in the city's rich architectural history and discover a surprisingly contextual, responsive, and intelligent movement.

October 2015
Q&A: Paul Goldberger on Frank Gehry's Life and Work

Q&A: Paul Goldberger on Frank Gehry's Life and Work

The architecture critic on Gehry's peculiar psyche, his triumphs and disappointments, and giving reporters the finger

October 2015
A Stack of Studios

A Stack of Studios

The Melbourne School of Design upends the centuries-old conventions that still define most architecture schools.

September 2015
Start to Finish

Start to Finish

The Los Angeles-based fabricator Ceilings Plus and SCI-Arc graduates push the limits on building products.

September 2015
Pack It In

Pack It In

At Oxford, the Middle East Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects is a stainless-steel-clad facility that stands out by fitting in.

September 2015
Rooms with a View

Rooms with a View

A new library at Williams College is flexible enough to fit rapidly evolving collections, technologies, and student study habits.

September 2015
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