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Architecture in the 2010s: The good, the bad, and the capitalism

Architecture in the 2010s: The good, the bad, and the capitalism

Ten years ago, we had an idea. What if awards weren’t so boring? What if you got a prize not for...
10 Projects That Shaped a Contemporary Architecture Practice, 2010–2019.

10 Projects That Shaped a Contemporary Architecture Practice, 2010–2019.

With entrances signified by terra cotta prosceniums, the pedestrian-scaled, single-story structure’s broadside faces a main arterial road. Surrounded by lawns, meadows, and planting...
Best book gifts: Design, architecture, cities, and more

Best book gifts: Design, architecture, cities, and more

This year’s recommended holiday books feature groundbreaking women and modernist masters, atlases and itineraries, fresh looks at beloved American institutions and...
Best five architects and architecture firms changing public space

Best five architects and architecture firms changing public space

Maybe landscape architecture is having a moment: This year, both a Bay Area landscape artist and a...
An exhibition space with a long wooden table topped by various objects. Shelves in the back are also filled with design objects.

Traveling from London to Oslo by train for Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019

When 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg sailed across the Atlantic in late August to attend the United Nations Climate Action Summit...
‘The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’: Architecture as spectator sport

‘The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’: Architecture as spectator sport

There are plenty of home, design, and architecture TV shows to choose from nowadays, whether you’re a loyal cable subscriber or...
A family comprised of a father, mother, and daughter sit on a couch in a room with blue texturized wallpaper and various pieces of worn furniture.

‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette?’ movie: Women and architecture

When I first met Bernadette Fox, I wasn’t sure what to think. Fox, the protagonist of Maria Semple’s epistolary novel Where’d...
Architecture and #MeToo: How the AIA is addressing sexual harassment

Architecture and #MeToo: How the AIA is addressing sexual harassment

Last spring, Frances Halsband—one of New York City’s most respected and accomplished architects—was having the same conversation over and over again:...

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