It’s morning in America.
Point of View - Point of View June 2008
An architectural exhibition in San Jose turns the urban experience on its head.
And the winners are…
This week in A&D
It’s time to connect the practice of architecture to society’s needs.
Keeping up with the Jones (and the Al Maktoums)
Does the summer’s most anticipated public art project live up to the hype?
An Italian architect unveils his plans for an 80-story skyscraper with revolving prefabricated floors.
Is the humble nap slowly gaining legitimacy in American society?
WORK Architecture Company unveils its urban oasis at P.S. 1.
This week in A & D
A new happening at the New York design shop Kiosk asks for your tired, your poor, your huddled plastic bags.
When we received the contact sheets from our photographer, Anna Knott, we were excited about the possibility of putting Jeanne Gang and her Aqua tower on the cover. But the art department couldn’t get any shot to work by itself, so we pursued another direction: juxtaposing Gang, George Lois style, into the skyline. Gang’s office sent us a polished rendering…
The Forum for Urban Design challenges designers to create a bicycle-friendly plan for Red Hook.
A conference in Portland says “Live Free or Drive.”
Ed Fella and Post Typography go head-to-head
A look back at this week in Chicago.
Lions and tigers and bears! Oh my! Oh wait..they’re fake.
Boston may have fouled when they traded the Babe, but the Red Sox got it right with Fenway.
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