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The Remarkable Story of the SCAD Museum of Art

The Remarkable Story of the SCAD Museum of Art

In 1991, Paula Wallace saved the U.S.'s oldest existing railroad complex from demolition—and embarked on a remarkable 20-year journey.

May 2016
It Makes Me Sick: Belmont Freeman on the Four Seasons

It Makes Me Sick: Belmont Freeman on the Four Seasons

Belmont Freeman, who worked on the restoration of the Four Seasons in 2008, gives his take on the future of this endangered, important space.

May 2016
The New Face of The Workspace (Part 3)

The New Face of The Workspace (Part 3)

Design students at RIT reimagine the modern office.

May 2016
MIT on the Frontier: An Interview with Hashim Sarkis

MIT on the Frontier: An Interview with Hashim Sarkis

We speak with MIT Dean Hashim Sarkis about the university's truly remarkable presence at this year's Venice Biennale.

May 2016
The Critics Speak: Snøhetta's SFMOMA Extension

The Critics Speak: Snøhetta's SFMOMA Extension

The museum's much-talked-about new wing opens on May 14th. Here's what the critics are saying about it.

May 2016
After ISIS: The Challenge of Preserving Palmyra

After ISIS: The Challenge of Preserving Palmyra

A conversation with Stefan Simon, the Inaugural Director of Yale's Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage.

May 2016
MIT's Memory Matrix Installation: Preserving Culture in Digital Perpetuity

MIT's Memory Matrix Installation: Preserving Culture in Digital Perpetuity

This installation physically and cryptographically commemorates monuments across the globe that have been destroyed by conflict.

May 2016
Removing the Stigma from the Mobile Home: An Interview with Jennifer Siegal

Removing the Stigma from the Mobile Home: An Interview with Jennifer Siegal

The first American woman to win the arcVision 2016 Women in Architecture Prize, Jennifer Siegal is hoping to redefine the 21st century home.

May 2016
In Photos: Santiago Calatrava's WTC Transportation Hub

In Photos: Santiago Calatrava's WTC Transportation Hub

Photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu turns his camera on the controversial Santiago Calatrava station, to see how it has been absorbed into the life of the city.

May 2016
Red Hook Reimagined: Towards Urban Coastal Resilience

Red Hook Reimagined: Towards Urban Coastal Resilience

Post-Sandy, how can we revitalize Red Hook? And how can these ideas apply to coastal cities around the world?

May 2016
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