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Q&A: Samuel Bravo on Learning from the World’s Vernacular Architectures

We speak with the 2017 winner of the Wheelwright Prize to learn how he became interested in vernacular architecture, what he thinks about Alejandro Aravena's work, and what he hopes to accomplish with this grant.

We speak with the 2017 winner of the Wheelwright Prize to learn how he became interested in vernacular architecture, what he thinks about Alejandro Aravena’s work, and what he hopes to accomplish with this grant.

Nine of Taliesin West’s Most Iconic Student Shelters

The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner's lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture's evolving relationship with the natural environment.

The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner’s lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture’s evolving relationship with the natural environment.

A Photographic Tour of Taliesin West Today

Photographer Brian Guido takes us on an in-depth tour around Frank Lloyd Wright's ever-evolving "camp for adults," capturing everything from its petroglyph-inscribed boulders to its unique bright blue chairs.

Photographer Brian Guido takes us on an in-depth tour around Frank Lloyd Wright’s ever-evolving “camp for adults,” capturing everything from its petroglyph-inscribed boulders to its unique bright blue chairs.

The Spanish Architects Mastering the Art of the Coworking Space

By collaborating with the start-up incubator Second Home, Spanish architecture firm Selgascano has perfected its workplace designs, in which the organic and the artificial happily coexist.

By collaborating with the start-up incubator Second Home, Spanish architecture firm Selgascano has perfected its workplace designs, in which the organic and the artificial happily coexist.

Ai Wei Wei, Herzog de Meuron Warn: You Watch the City, The City Watches You

The trio, who worked together on the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion and 2008's Bird's Nest, have collaborated again—this time for an eerie installation exploring the menacing role surveillance plays in our urban lives.

The trio, who worked together on the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion and 2008’s Bird’s Nest, have collaborated again—this time for an eerie installation exploring the menacing role surveillance plays in our urban lives.

Whatever You Do, Don’t Call Daniel Buren’s Artworks “Installations”

In the first of his series of interviews with architects and artists, Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews renowned conceptual artist Daniel Buren about the fuzzy line between his art and the architecture that holds it.

In the first of his series of interviews with architects and artists, Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews renowned conceptual artist Daniel Buren about the fuzzy line between his art and the architecture that holds it.

The Modern Bucolic

A backcountry house gets the modern treatment with bold vistas and exceptional energy efficiency.

A backcountry house gets the modern treatment with bold vistas and exceptional energy efficiency.