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10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for UNESCO Distinction

10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for UNESCO Distinction

The shortlist represents what would be the first examples of American modern architecture to be marked for preservation by UNESCO.

February 2015
The Monarch Room, Where "Local" Extends from the Catch of the Day to the Fireplaces

The Monarch Room, Where "Local" Extends from the Catch of the Day to the Fireplaces

The New York restaurant transforms a Chelsea warehouse into a sumptuous dining experience.

January 2015
General Motors Teams up with Students to Design the Future of Car Travel

General Motors Teams up with Students to Design the Future of Car Travel

The automotive makers sponsored a project for the College for Creative Studies in which MFA majors were tasked with creating a branded experience for Chevrolet.

January 2015
Q&A: Chris Reed on How Landscape Architecture Shapes Urban Life

Q&A: Chris Reed on How Landscape Architecture Shapes Urban Life

The designer and educator discusses landscape's shifting role in cities

January 2015
The Rise and "Fall" of Architecture for Humanity

The Rise and "Fall" of Architecture for Humanity

For nearly two decades, the organization helped to spearhead social design and changed architectural culture in the process.

January 2015
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Will Soon Reopen to the Public

After a six-year restoration, the landmark is poised to open its doors once again.

January 2015
“We Mean to Be Provocateurs": Michael Sorkin on the Next Helsinki Competition

“We Mean to Be Provocateurs": Michael Sorkin on the Next Helsinki Competition

The architect and writer discusses his involvement with the alternative Guggenheim Helsinki.

January 2015
Chinese Puzzle

Chinese Puzzle

New urban initiatives promise to resolve Philadephia's Chinatown puzzle.

January 2015
Q&A: Landscape Architect Anne Whiston Spirn on Nature and Cities

Q&A: Landscape Architect Anne Whiston Spirn on Nature and Cities

An interview with the designer and author on the release of her new book, The Eye Is the Door.

January 2015
Design Excellence 2015: Part 2

Design Excellence 2015: Part 2

In this second installment, representatives from the American Institute of Architects, American Planning Association, and the American Society of Landscape Architects discuss how cities can serve as innovation "laboratories."

January 2015
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