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Q&A: Jan Gehl on Making Cities Healthier and the Real Meaning of Architecture

Q&A: Jan Gehl on Making Cities Healthier and the Real Meaning of Architecture

The architect-planner discusses the ideas, influences, and concepts that have informed his philosophy and practice.

August 2015
Peak Zaha: Architect's Stunning Mountain-Top Museum Opens in South Tyrol

Peak Zaha: Architect's Stunning Mountain-Top Museum Opens in South Tyrol

The architect's newest building commands majestic views from its alpine perch.

August 2015
What Do Light, Color, Gravity, and Fractals Have To Do With Our Well-Being?

What Do Light, Color, Gravity, and Fractals Have To Do With Our Well-Being?

In the second installment of the ten-part Biophilia and Healing Environments series, we examine the major factors that contribute to the biophilic effect experienced by human beings.

August 2015
Why We Should Be Living in "Living" Houses

Why We Should Be Living in "Living" Houses

In the first installment of the ten-part Biophilia and Healing Environments series, the reasoning behind the human need to connect with living structures in our environments is examined.

August 2015
Irving Harper: 1916-2015

Irving Harper: 1916-2015

One of Modernism's great unsung heroes died Tuesday.

August 2015
Coworking Spaces Combat the Work-At-Home Blues

Coworking Spaces Combat the Work-At-Home Blues

As freelancing becomes the new normal, the benefits of shared-work environments are undeniable.

August 2015
Horticultural Happy Hour

Horticultural Happy Hour

July 2015
MASS Design Group Brings Social Design to Boston

MASS Design Group Brings Social Design to Boston

The nonprofit architecture firm directs its focus stateside with a new installation at the 2015 Design Biennial Boston.

July 2015
The U.N. Celebrates Small-Scale Produce Cultivation with New Food Garden

The U.N. Celebrates Small-Scale Produce Cultivation with New Food Garden

Situated behind the Secretariat Building, the newly opened UN Food Gardens will produce herbs, vegetables, and fruits, all to demonstrate the importance of self-sufficiency.

July 2015
Modernism Reloaded: Hadid, Libeskind, and Tschumi Riff off a Le Corbusier Gem

Modernism Reloaded: Hadid, Libeskind, and Tschumi Riff off a Le Corbusier Gem

An ongoing exhibit at the Villa Le Lac asked contemporary architects to design an addition to the landmark house.

July 2015
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