Karten Design finds a novel way to shine a light on the global economic slowdown.
Point of View - Point of View December 2008
Pratt urban-design students make bold proposals close to home.
Architecture students from around the world are in Denver for FORUM
A guidebook to redesign and redevelop suburbs could be a useful tool to make our crumbling infrastructure more sustainable.
The jury is in: Behnisch Architekten wins an international design competition for a new law school in Maryland.
Digging up anecdotes about the landscape architect and bon vivant
This month, the cover debate came down to the wire-not because we were having trouble ﬁnding something that worked but because we had two strong contenders. Internally we designed a straightforward direction-a building and a hybrid engine joined together-to represent the high-performance aspects of Stefan Behnisch’s structures. But in the end we went with Matthew Bouloutian’s bright illustration (above), which…
An upcoming screening highlights a vast collection of urban time capsules
Randall Stout designs a new museum for Roanoke, Virginia.
What’s to be done with all those empty lots during an economic downturn?
The company’s new line of ready-to-wear jewelry includes six crystal designs by Andree Putman.
Can our industrial landscape be beautiful? Artist Eileen Wold seeks the answer.
The return of the zine.
The new Sustainable Sites Initiative wants you to think about the soil.
Hot links that caught our attention, just for you – The Greenbuild Edition
Looking back at the midcentury for modern inspiration
3form and SOM join forces and get patriotic at the National Museum of American History
A new book captures our love affair with buildings.