12.27.2012: Take a look back at this year's most-read articles from the AN Blog.
12.27.2012: Chris Bentley talks with IIT's new architecture dean about the legacy of Mies van der Rohe, space travel, and the beauty of imperfection.
12.26.2012: AN editors review the most read stories from the pages of the print edition.
12.26.2012: Molly Heintz investigates the dual-nature of the 2012 Istanbul Design Biennial.
12.21.2012: Susan Morris reviews the new movie, 16 Acres, about rebuilding the World Trade Center site.
12.21.2012: SITU Fabrication produces a Dev Harland-designed projection wall for Y-3's 10th anniversary.
12.21.2012: Students transform Solar Decathlon house into a permanent residence in Washington, D.C.
12.19.2012: Philip Berger reviews Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
12.19.2012: SOM has broken ground on the first net-zero school east of the Mississippi on Staten Island.
12.18.2012: FXFowle blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor space with new tower on Manhattan's East River.
12.18.2012: New York kicks off one of the nation's largest public works projects: replacing the Tappan Zee Bridge.
12.18.2012: Guy Horton checks in with Rem Koolhaas' son on his new documentary, REM, architecture, and growing up with his father.
12.17.2012: Chris Bentley on the increasing importance of sustainable infrastructure to solve cities' problems.