Combining a sensitivity to site with an elemental feel for materials and an affinity for people, Peter Bohlin has created a body of work grounded in the principles of enduring architecture.
The Visionary Thinking of John Todd
The winner of the Buckminster Fuller Challenge has a plan for Appalachia and it could be the design model of the future.
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The Way Forward
Buffeted by criticism from Prince Charles, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners forges ahead with new ideas for old problems.
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The Work of an Outsider
Landscape architect Tom Oslund discusses the making of a memorial, his Zen time, and ecology vs. aesthetics.
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The Year in Review
What are the most important buildings, products, or events of 2013 that have ramifications for the future?
The Young and the Restless
Hunting for a fresh crop of innovative designers.
Steelcase develops a more comfortable and sustainable version of its groundbreaking chair.
Thinking About Shrinkage
Dessau is one of several German cities testing creative solutions for urban depopulation.
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This Old House
A piece of prefab history in Massachusetts must find a new site—or else be demolished.
Thom Mayne’s Moment
Six years ago he was the rowdy prince of paper architecture. Now he’s got eight major projects in the works. Has success tamed this confrontation artist?
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Tigerman Sees Red (and Topaz)
Topaz Medallion winner Stanley Tigerman calls it like he sees it.