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Pritzker Laureates: We Must Rescue the Role of the Architect

Pritzker Laureates: We Must Rescue the Role of the Architect

Seven Pritzker Laureates gathered at the U.N. to discuss the challenges facing the built environment.

April 2016
A Radical Plan to Save the Mississippi Delta

A Radical Plan to Save the Mississippi Delta

Studio MISI-ZIIBI has developed a 100-year strategy for the lower Mississippi.

April 2016
Design Community Stands Up to Anti-LGBT Legislation

Design Community Stands Up to Anti-LGBT Legislation

Designers are rallying against legislation in North Carolina that permits discrimination based on sexual or gender identity.

April 2016
Postmortem Preservation

Postmortem Preservation

The demolition of a key OMA work prompts questions about the civic value of innovative architecture.

April 2016
Q&A: Alejandro Aravena

Q&A: Alejandro Aravena

The director of this summer's Venice Architecture Biennale discusses the impact architects can have at the global and local levels.

April 2016
Building a Network

Building a Network

In Canada’s largest city, three urban strategists argue that manufacturing desperately needs to make its return to urban cores.

March 2016
Grappling with Gentrification in Miami's Little Haiti

Grappling with Gentrification in Miami's Little Haiti

As booming real estate yet again shifts the landscape of creative hot spots in Miami, it’s now Little Haiti's turn.

March 2016
MIT Tackles the Future of Infrastructural Innovation

MIT Tackles the Future of Infrastructural Innovation

Twin volumes from MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism explore the cultural implications of infrastructure.

March 2016
How Makers Are Changing Cities

How Makers Are Changing Cities

A culture of reinvention fuels the design-driven maker movement, says Metropolis editor in chief and publisher Susan S. Szenasy.

March 2016
The Destruction of Memory, A Documentary

The Destruction of Memory, A Documentary

A new documentary explores the war being waged against buildings, and against memory, in Iraq, Syria, and around the world.

March 2016
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