We curate our news section from the pages of our four regional issues along with exclusive web articles and interviews. 2015 heard a lot of discussion on the current role of architecture in society thanks to the inaugural Chicago Biennial, as well as how cities are tackling ever-pressing population and environmental concerns. Take a look at the stories AN‘s readers clicked on most last year.

Debating Schumacher’s Chicago Biennial Criticism

Architects and deans of Syracuse, Columbia, AA, and SCI-Arc respond to Schumacher’s criticisms of  Chicago Biennial.

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Cleveland’s Jenga Tower

54-story mixed-use tower by NBBJ signals a turnaround for the Rust Belt metropolis.

Rethinking the Waterfront

Brooklyn redefines the waterfront as a place for stormwater management.

But is it Architecture?

What does Assemble’s Turner Prize say about the state of architectural practice today?

Assembling a City

Perkins Eastman designs a city on the former site of an Atlanta car factory.

Good Intentions, Bad Management

Inside the closure of Architecture for Humanity.

Twilight of the Inside

Another Tod Williams Billie Tsien arts center headed for the wrecking ball?

Go with the Flow

SWA Group plans redevelopment of Fort Wayne, Indiana’s downtown riverfronts.

Piercing the Sky

TxDOT proposes removing part of an elevated freeway in Houston, architects want to turn it into a public amenity.