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Why Light Matters: Designing with Circadian Health in Mind

Why Light Matters: Designing with Circadian Health in Mind

ZGF Architects outlines six vital principles to follow when designing spaces that support circadian health.

June 2016
The Venice Biennale's Many Inequalities, In Map Form

The Venice Biennale's Many Inequalities, In Map Form

Why should the best-located national pavilions, established over a century ago, assume importance by default, while more populous or powerful nations struggle for attention?

June 2016
2016 Serpentine Pavilion Opens

2016 Serpentine Pavilion Opens

Today, the 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by BIG, and four "summerhouses," were unveiled at the Serpentine Gallery in London.

June 2016
In Detail: Snøhetta's SFMOMA Expansion

In Detail: Snøhetta's SFMOMA Expansion

The Norwegian firm has both re-interpreted and made explicit the relationship between artist and community, art and public, visitor and architecture.

June 2016
An Imaginary, Abandoned (And Filthy) Saint-Firminy

An Imaginary, Abandoned (And Filthy) Saint-Firminy

Brussels-based artist Xavier Delory has completed the last in his series of fanciful visualizations: "Pilgrimage Along Modernity."

June 2016
Can Fashion Help Refugees? This Parsons Student's Ingenious Line Shows How

Can Fashion Help Refugees? This Parsons Student's Ingenious Line Shows How

“Design for Difference” merges style with utility in multi-functional garments that do more than clothe, but protect, shelter, and carry items.

June 2016
4 Women Urbanists Reflect on Their Relationship to Jane Jacobs

4 Women Urbanists Reflect on Their Relationship to Jane Jacobs

Four women urbanists reflect on how Jane Jacobs has inspired their work and their perspectives on the city.

June 2016
Timely, Urban, and Contextual: The Venice Architecture Biennale's Most Thought-Provoking Pavilions

Timely, Urban, and Contextual: The Venice Architecture Biennale's Most Thought-Provoking Pavilions

The best of the pack stood out by marrying beautiful design with stimulating, politically urgent content.

May 2016
Q&A: Malkit Shoshan, Curator of the Dutch Pavilion

Q&A: Malkit Shoshan, Curator of the Dutch Pavilion

Malkit Shoshan, the curator of the Dutch Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, discusses her exhibit on the architecture of UN bases around the world.

May 2016
A Student-Designed Canteen That Became A Community Landmark

A Student-Designed Canteen That Became A Community Landmark

When the Chonnabot School canteen, a perennial victim of flooding and termites, was retired, third-year architecture students were given the task of replacing it.

May 2016
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