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1. The Improbable Act
Working with a diverse cast of engineers, acousticians, and technical consultants, Grimshaw Architects transformed an inhospitable hillside into a state-of-the-art performance center.
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2. The Incredible Shrinking City
Facing steep population decline, Youngstown, Ohio, is repositioning itself.
article 1 %
3. The Incrementalists
New plans to modernize our aging rail intrastrcture are modest, in the extreme.
article 4 %
4. The Indicator: Starchitect
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the portmanteau
article 1 %
5. The Indicator: Why the Solar Decathlon Should Enter the Real World
Is the Department of Energy’s well-intended program limited to the buzz it produces?
article 1 %
6. The Indomitable Work Space
Experts said technology would render it a dinosaur, but the lowly cubicle lumbers on.
article 1 %
7. The Invisible Architect of Invisible Architecture
An exclusive look at architect Knud Lonberg-Holm, the father of information design and one of Buckminster Fuller's greatest influences.
article 1 %
8. The Invisible In-Betweens
A stunning series of photographs by Georg Aerni reveals the other Mumbai—neither fabulously rich nor desperately poor.
article 1 %
9. Their Day in the Sun
An exhibition of student designs gives Grätzel solar cells their due.
article 1 %
10. The Italians Take Red Hook
The designer Aldo Andreoli partners with his compatriots to remake the South Brooklyn neighborhood.
article 1 %
11. The Joy of Stumbling
An Internet search engine dedicated to serendipity and surprise faces growing pains.
article 1 %
12. The L.A. Design Gallery That Bridges Experimental Design on Both Sides of the Pacific
Based out of a Los Angeles landmark, Gallery ALL is a vital node in the city's design network.
article 4 %
13. The Landscape Architect's Guide to Boston
As cities become nature-friendly, green spaces sprout everywhere
article 1 %
14. The Last of the Modernists
Still at work in Rio de Janeiro, Oscar Niemeyer talks about architecture’s failings.
article 1 %
15. The Life Botanic article 1 %
16. The Long Approach
A pair of OMA alums apply their research-oriented thinking to a smaller, more intimate scale.
article 1 %
17. The Long View
By embracing the city’s industrial past—reclaiming landfills, remediating brownfields, developing neglected waterfronts—James Corner has helped reinvent the field of landscape architecture.
article 10 %
18. The Long View
The founder and publisher of Metropolis reflects on 25 years of architecture and design.
article 1 %
19. The Long View: Urban Remediation through Landscape & Architecture
By embracing the city’s industrial past—reclaiming landfills, remediating brownfields, developing neglected waterfronts—James Corner has helped reinvent the field of landscape architecture.
article 1 %
20. The Maestro’s Last Chair
The final project of Ettore Sottsass’s illustrious career–completed after his death by a longtime collaborator–updates one of his old favorites.
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