Search Articles
IN THIS ISSUE 09_07.23.2014
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Artist Dan Graham considers the master architect's use of materials, views, and reflections.
James McCown admires Tadao Ando's latest American cultural project.
Architect-designed water wheel collects trash destined for Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
The Museum of Art and Design celebrates New York City's design culture.
360 Architecture and BuroHappold have designed a stadium with a retractable, petal-like roof for the Atlanta Falcons.
Autodesk acquires The Living, launches architecture studio.
William Menking describes the Venice Biennale's best presentations.
Architects from around the globe offer their impressions on Koolhaas' Venice Biennale.
Alan G. Brake says it's a long way to travel to Venice just to be told that architecture is a trip to the bookstore.
Two early Frank Gehry buildings in Maryland receive makeovers.
Are flaring residential towers the next trend in skyscrapers?
Michael Van Valkenburgh finds a sloping solution to noise problems at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Alan G. Brake calls for strong government oversight of the South Street Seaport redevelopment.
New York City's Frick Collection announces expansion plan by Davis Brody Bond.
Washington, D.C.'s National Building Museum gets a BIG Maze.
Wheeler Kearns Architects references old Herald Square department stores for this cafe in an Urban Outfitters.
New incubator to grow light manufacturing in Brooklyn.
ODA Architecture delves into regulations for floor area, design cues, and new business.
What's next for the Lowline, Manhattan's subterranean park.
Jan Conradi remembers the iconic designer.
Christoff : Finio proposes a contemporary preschool for Williamsburg, Brooklyn's only landmarked block.
Henry Melcher dives into the debate about affordable housing, real estate, and historic preservation in New York City.
FEATURES:
REVIEWS:
Archive