Betsky, the President of the School of Architecture at Taliesin, weighs in on the role of design in the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre.
The architect and political theorist presented a call to action at the New Museum’s IdeasCity Conference, demanding a "New Public Imagination."
From the perspective of architecture and design, the migration crisis must go beyond the simple humanitarian impulse, argues Urban-Think Tank.
I decided to study architecture to help improve the conditions of my city and country. However, after arriving at university, I quickly realized that humanity was far from the focus of my studies.
Housing discrimination has not been eradicated. Its methods are simply more subtle, and sophisticated, than ever before.
An analysis of Frank Lloyd Wright's little-known design for the Rosenwald School elucidates his views on both education and race.
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) in Lisbon, by Amanda Levete, may be a jewel, but it shows a complete and utter disregard for its context.
So you say the U.S.–Mexico border wall is not the same thing as the Iron Curtain. But both are symbols of a massive failure to negotiate humane resolutions to complex problems.
There is a pent up reservoir of knowledge between academia and professional practice that needs to be tapped. Here's how.
Under our current president, it seems we don’t care, or don’t know how to care, about history. Can our historical buildings help us survive this collective malaise?
The curator of the exhibition "Humans Need Not Apply" warns that the biggest danger in big data and artificial intelligence might be the data we don't have.
Setting a design concept to pencil and paper was once considered a core architectural act, but the past two decades’ culture of digital rendering almost killed it. Almost.
Yves Béhar has developed ten rules for designing for an increasingly networked, augmented world. But what his decalogue leaves out is telling.
The present historical conjuncture requires careful examination of our profession's complicity with Donald Trump's political regime.
The algorithmic processes routinely used by cities are completely biased—and could prevent you from accessing affordable housing.
The familiar signifiers architects use to describe housing are growing tired and unhelpful for designing new models of living.
The cities of the Canadian Arctic are contending with decades-old planning mistakes that ignored indigenous settlement patterns and knowledge.
The LA electorate will soon vote on an aggressive piece of legislation, one which has been dangerously misrepresented on social media.
The city's tragic fire has inspired debate about how we can plan safe, non-standard spaces that creatives will want to work and live in.
This has been a great year for parks in America—but is this new generation of High Line-inspired parks embedding social injustice into our cities?