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Video Profile: Laurie Olin

Video Profile: Laurie Olin

A new video series from the Cultural Landscape Foundation investigates the work of landscape architect Laurie Olin.

December 2013
In Photos: The Last Days Of Three Paul Rudolph Houses

In Photos: The Last Days Of Three Paul Rudolph Houses

A new photography book details the slow demise of a handful of houses designed by Paul Rudolph.

December 2013
Tomas Koolhaas, Son Of Rem, Prepares Doc About His Father

Tomas Koolhaas, Son Of Rem, Prepares Doc About His Father

Tomas Koolhaas has launched a Kickstarter to help fund his upcoming film, "REM," about his father.

December 2013
New Eco-Park Packs A Rainforest, Desert, And Penguins In One Building

New Eco-Park Packs A Rainforest, Desert, And Penguins In One Building

Ecorium in South Korea is a new ecological park that recreates all of the world's major ecosystems.

December 2013
Q&A: Alexander Gorlin

Q&A: Alexander Gorlin

The New York architect Alexander Gorlin discovers Kabbalah imagery in the architecture of modernists like Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier and in the art of Mark Rothko.

December 2013
Q&A: Craig Schwitter

Q&A: Craig Schwitter

Metropolis sits down with Craig Schwitter, engineer and head of Buro Happold North America.

December 2013
A New VR Headset Lets Architects Step into Their Designs

A New VR Headset Lets Architects Step into Their Designs

Kickstart the Spacemaker VR, a new virtual reality system that gives architects the chance to fully experience their designs.

November 2013
Hadid Defends Questionable Design

Hadid Defends Questionable Design

Zaha Hadid's design for the Al Wakrah stadium in Qatar has been turning heads for its resemblance to a vagina.

November 2013
Mr. Glass: The Met Presents the Glassworks of Carlo Scarpa

Mr. Glass: The Met Presents the Glassworks of Carlo Scarpa

Thought Carlo Scarpa was all about marble and concrete? A new review of the architect-designer's glassware begs to differ.

November 2013
Peter B. Lewis, Philanthropist and Patron of Architecture, Dies

Peter B. Lewis, Philanthropist and Patron of Architecture, Dies

The philanthropist Peter B. Lewis, known in the architectural community for his support for Frank Gehry, died on Saturday.

November 2013
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