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The AIA Gold Medal Goes to Venturi & Scott Brown: Progress and the Prize

The AIA Gold Medal Goes to Venturi & Scott Brown: Progress and the Prize

On why the Gold Medal isn’t too little too late, it’s just a little with a long way to go

December 2015
Charged Tapestry

Charged Tapestry

The artist Hannah Ryggen's defiantly figurative and overtly political tapestries were impassioned responses to the rigidity of Modernism.

December 2015
New Nordic and Newson Debut in Beijing

New Nordic and Newson Debut in Beijing

The Georg Jensen Hus, the Danish silver purveyor's first showroom in mainland China, is a highly curated and culinary experience.

December 2015
Give Good Design

Give Good Design

Our holiday guide to the best stocking stuffers, desirable devices, and grand gestures

December 2015
Q&A: Naoto Fukasawa

Q&A: Naoto Fukasawa

The celebrated Japanese designer muses on the similarities between design and soup making, the enduring relevance of "Super Normal", and the power of observation.

December 2015
Partners in Design

Partners in Design

In the 1930s, Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson became known as ambassadors of Modernism in North America, experimenting with Bauhaus concepts in both their work and their homes.

November 2015
Timeless Masterpiece

Timeless Masterpiece

A classic 1950 Finn Juhl design has been revamped for the modern home.

November 2015
How We Design Inequality

How We Design Inequality

The editors of a new report on architecture and real estate discuss why affordability isn't the solution to the housing crisis.

November 2015
Visiting with Peter Zumthor

Visiting with Peter Zumthor

The Swiss master on teaching architecture, the mystique of religion, and the importance of beauty

November 2015
Designing Energy Reform

Designing Energy Reform

The Underdome Guide interrogates architecture's role in the business, politics, and ideology of energy management.

November 2015
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