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12.30.2013
2013 Year in Review> Best Interviews
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J. Singleton

Our editors talked to quite a few people who have been influential to the profession, including developers, historians, professors, geologists, engineers, idiosyncratic architects, and more.

Peter Eisenman

Architect and writer Iman Ansari talks to the groundbreaking architect about his practice and the state of the profession.

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Michael Govan

LACMA's director discusses Peter Zumthor's expansion design and the future of the museum.

 
 

 

Marshall Brown

Josannah Terry speculates about the future of Chicago with the theorist and IIT professor.

 
 

 

Jim Ketai

Chris Bentley sits down with one of Detroit's leading developers to discuss his big bet on downtown.

 

 

Bryan Trubey

The HKS architect talks Super Bowls, high-tech design, and originality as Minnesota's Vikings Stadium moves forward.

 
 

 

John Parish

California's state geologist discusses the impacts of earthquake preparation on development.

 
 

 

Wim de Wit

The noted architectural historial tells AN about his Getty show, Overdrive, and his move to Stanford.

 

 

Sarah Lorenzen

New architecture chair at Cal Poly Pomona talks about changes at the school and renovations at Neutra's VDL House.

 
 

 

Shankar Nair

Skyscraper expert discusses architecture in a world where the sky is not the limit.

 
 

 

Q+A> Christy Webber

Noted landscape designer discusses her new focus on projects in Chicago's underserved neighborhoods.

 

 

The Editors