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1. The Boardroom article 1 %
2. The Building Detective
Gwendolyn Wright takes PBS viewers on a search for America’s secret architectural history.
article 1 %
3. The Built Environment v 3.0 article 1 %
4. The case for interdependence article 1 %
5. The Challenge of Keeping Austin, Austin
An interview with mayor Steve Adler on the challenges facing this fast-growing, "it" city.
article 16 %
6. The Charms of Suburbia
A comprehensive history rescues the garden suburb from the periphery of urban design, and repositions it at the heart of the debate on cities.
article 1 %
7. The Chinese Century
Thomas J. Campanella’s new book explores the implications—and contradictions—of China’s rapid urbanization.
article 4 %
8. The City and the Stream
Antwerp looks to revitalize its once bustling waterfront with a redevelopment plan that anticipates both growth and rising sea levels.
article 1 %
9. The Cold Rush
As the Arctic melts, pioneering architects and planners design for the ultimate extreme climate.
article 3 %
10. The Concrete Cacophony: How New Media May Save Modern Architecture
'Icon or Eyesore' returns to ponder the existing legacy of concrete modern buildings.
article 1 %
11. The Copyright Law That Should Have Architects Up in Arms
Sweden's Supreme Court has ruled against Wikimedia in a landmark case over “Freedom of Panorama." Here's why we all should be concerned.
article 25 %
12. The Cost of Convenience
In a heroic effort to source and fabricate each part of an everyday appliance himself, Thomas Thwaites produces the world’s most expensive toaster.
article 1 %
13. The Craft Master
The houses of Sam Maloof are testaments to the furniture maker’s illustrious half-century-long career.
article 1 %
14. The Creative Process | Scale & Detail - Piero Lissoni
The architect might take two hours to draw a house or a chair, and then spend two years methodically refining it.
article 1 %
15. The Creative Process | Spatial Conversations - Petra Blaisse
Inside Outside shapes its stunning textiles through a constant dialogue with its collaborators.
article 1 %
16. The Creative Process | Travel Stories - John Pawson
Instead of the sketchpad, the master of minimalism uses photography as a tool for both inspiration and communication.
article 1 %
17. The Creative Walk
ZGF Architects marry performance and efficiency with inspiration and user comfort
article 1 %
18. The Curious Case of Poland's Communist-Era Church Boom
The socialist state thought allowing the building of ecclesiastical structures would prevent citizens from protesting; in reality, it became an act of protest.
article 1 %
19. The Danger of "Well-Washing"
With so much fervor around "wellness," is the public at risk of being led astray by well-meaning but naïve practitioners?
article 1 %
20. The Dark Side of Architecture
A new book by Kyong Park looks for signs of rebirth in destruction.
article 2 %
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