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Maya Romanoff: 1941-2014

01/21/14

Maya Romanoff: 1941-2014

The visionary designer and wall covering guru died last week.

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Reality Check: Did Women in Architecture Really Gain Ground in 2013?

01/21/14

Reality Check: Did Women in Architecture Really Gain Ground in 2013?

After the controversies have died down, Sherin Wing asks if 2013 really was the year of the woman.

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The ABCs of Architects

01/21/14

The ABCs of Architects

A graphic designer has devised a visual alphabet of architects and their most famous works.

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Le Corbusier's Ronchamp, Vandalized

01/20/14

Le Corbusier's Ronchamp, Vandalized

The architect's famous church was vandalized on Friday. The casualty: an original stained-glass window damaged beyond repair.

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The Poetics of Architectural Drawing

01/17/14

The Poetics of Architectural Drawing

The architect Gautam Bhatia discusses how drawing can be used to push beyond architecture's limitations.

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Hitchcock and the Architecture of Suspense

01/16/14

Hitchcock and the Architecture of Suspense

'The Wrong House' investigates how Alfred Hitchcock used architecture to create suspense in his films.

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Q&A: Marion Pressley, Landscape Architect

01/15/14

Q&A: Marion Pressley, Landscape Architect

Lessons learned from restoring Olmsted’s urban park system in the Boston area, and other historic sites.

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Q&A: Thomas Balsley, Landscape Architect

01/13/14

Q&A: Thomas Balsley, Landscape Architect

Anticipating the ravages of climate change with the design of resilient waterfront parks in urban settings.

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Q&A: Norman Foster on Niemeyer, Nature, and Cities

01/09/14

Q&A: Norman Foster on Niemeyer, Nature, and Cities

The Lord of Thames Bank talks about Niemeyer and the architect's influence on the new Norton Museum of Art.

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Future Hamburg Now, Part 2: Exploring Sustainable Inner-City Re-Development

01/09/14

Future Hamburg Now, Part 2: Exploring Sustainable Inner-City Re-Development

How Hamburg's first International Building Exhibition is changing the face of the city.

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