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Q&A: CCA's Mirko Zardini on the Architecture of the Everyday

Q&A: CCA's Mirko Zardini on the Architecture of the Everyday

The director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture suggests that the profession should look inwards to find new meaning.

March 2015
The Future Was Latin America

The Future Was Latin America

MoMA curator Barry Bergdoll on the goals of the museum's latest exhibition, "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980," and how the region was a "place of origins for ideas"

March 2015
Q&A: Curator Manuel Herz on Africa's "Grandiose" Modern Architecture

Q&A: Curator Manuel Herz on Africa's "Grandiose" Modern Architecture

The organizer of "Architecture of Independence–African Modernism" discusses how the continent's bracingly modern buildings reflected notions of liberation and autonomy.

March 2015
Michael Graves, Postmodern Architect and Advocate for Humanist Design, Dead at 80

Michael Graves, Postmodern Architect and Advocate for Humanist Design, Dead at 80

The renowned architect of the Portland Building and designer of the Alessi teapot died Thursday.

March 2015
Frei Otto Posthumously Awarded Pritzker Prize

Frei Otto Posthumously Awarded Pritzker Prize

The pioneer of sustainability and lightweight structures was notified of the honor before his death on March 9.

March 2015
Cosmic Connection

Cosmic Connection

Isamu Noguchi’s early photographic expeditions to India shaped many of his later endeavors.

March 2015
Playtime

Playtime

James Mollison’s latest book and exhibition capture playgrounds from around the world.

March 2015
Q&A: Alisdair McGregor on Diagnosing Health-Care Design

Q&A: Alisdair McGregor on Diagnosing Health-Care Design

The Arup fellow and director of the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay discusses the future of hospital design.

March 2015
Critics Respond to BIG and Thomas Heatherwick's Plans for New Googleplex

Critics Respond to BIG and Thomas Heatherwick's Plans for New Googleplex

The ambitious proposed additions to the Internet giant's headquarters have been met with skepticism and reservations.

March 2015
The Eiffel Tower Now Produces Its Own Energy

The Eiffel Tower Now Produces Its Own Energy

New wind turbines installed on the monument's structure promise to take Paris's beloved landmark off the grid.

March 2015
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