The Tatiana Bilbao–organized show uses student work, Iwan Baan photography, and maps to present multitudinous—though sometimes blurry—visions for the contentious region.
The architect and political theorist presented a call to action at the New Museum’s IdeasCity Conference, demanding a "New Public Imagination."
Legislative advocates oppose the repeal of targets to reduce carbon emissions in federal buildings—and that’s not their only concern.
The FBI kept tabs on architect Gregory Ain, whose housing designs for Southern California were ahead of their time.
A new book, edited by Kenneth Frampton, collects Wright's prolific writings, including various political musings on the potential for Americans to lose their freedoms.
JustDesign.Us, a new certification system powered by an employee questionnaire, hopes to spotlight those architectural studios that are taking equitable labor practices seriously.
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.
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?
We need to hold Trump accountable to the legal standards for public space in New York City—starting at the sad public spaces within Trump Tower itself.
The present historical conjuncture requires careful examination of our profession's complicity with Donald Trump's political regime.
In this open letter, the influential gallery owner relays his ordeal and makes a plea to Americans across the country.
Explore the impressive EUR Convention Center, designed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas nineteen years ago, with our first ever 360 video tour.
As Donald J. Trump is sworn in as president today, “Design as Protest” workshops will take place around the country, from New Orleans to New York.
All is not perfectly well in the world of architecture, and this advocacy group is looking to improve it.
The LA electorate will soon vote on an aggressive piece of legislation, one which has been dangerously misrepresented on social media.
Donald J. Trump's election as president of the United States, and the AIA's subsequent statement, has provoked the architectural world to respond.
Geography was a crucial determining factor for how people voted in the 2016 election. The results reveal a sharp divide between urban cores and rural communities.
AIA CEO Robert Ivy calls on architects to work with President-Elect Trump, particularly on improving the U.S.'s aging infrastructure.
Storefront for Art & Architecture's latest competition calls for a new kind of political ad.
Without taking a political stand, a new exhibit aims to give its visitors the tools to see through any ad—and become savvier, more critical political consumers.