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"Hardcore Heritage": RAAAF Reveals Its Latest Experiment in Historical Preservation

"Hardcore Heritage": RAAAF Reveals Its Latest Experiment in Historical Preservation

If the renderings are anything to go by, the studio's latest project—the conservation of a former hydrodynamics laboratory—will bring its idiosyncratic approach to a whole new level.

December 2016
After Oakland, Architects and Politicians Must Address Affordable Live-Work Spaces

After Oakland, Architects and Politicians Must Address Affordable Live-Work Spaces

The city's tragic fire has inspired debate about how we can plan safe, non-standard spaces that creatives will want to work and live in.

December 2016
Peter Zellner's New Architecture School Promises Free Tuition (and a Radical Curriculum). But Will It Work?

Peter Zellner's New Architecture School Promises Free Tuition (and a Radical Curriculum). But Will It Work?

The architect and instructor believes his tuition-less school will bring more experimental ideas into the world—but could it sabotage students' futures?

December 2016
Will 2017 Be Mexico City's Watershed Moment?

Will 2017 Be Mexico City's Watershed Moment?

The CoRE Urban Forum brought international experts and local actors together to catalyze change in this pivotal moment in the city's history.

December 2016
Designing Workplaces for Clarity of Mind

Designing Workplaces for Clarity of Mind

How can the design of office space encourage creative thinking, facilitate problem solving, or enhance concentration and diligence?

December 2016
The High Line Effect

The High Line Effect

This has been a great year for parks in America—but is this new generation of High Line-inspired parks embedding social injustice into our cities?

December 2016
3 Short Films on New Architecture in New York City

3 Short Films on New Architecture in New York City

These videos give insight into three recent landmark projects by Grimshaw Architects: Fulton Street Subway Station, Via Verde, and NYC's public benches.

December 2016
The Build Up

The Build Up

After a period of concepts and temporary installations, a rising generation of practitioners tackles spaces for art and culture.

December 2016
Ole Scheeren Elevates Fast Food to the Level of Theater

Ole Scheeren Elevates Fast Food to the Level of Theater

The architect recently launched his “chef-led fast-food" concept café.

December 2016
SHoP's Design Miami Installation Marks a Leap in 3D Printing

SHoP's Design Miami Installation Marks a Leap in 3D Printing

The firm’s experimental pavilion surpassed more than a few benchmarks for the technology.

December 2016
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