September 2022: Technology
AN is excited to share the digital version of our September 2022 issue with you. The issue’s Technology section includes a special interview with architects and educators Kory Bieg, Shelby Doyle, and Andrew Kudless about Midjourney. It also includes a preview of AN’s upcoming Tech+ conference on October 21 and case studies from Heatherwick Studio, BIG, and Liv-Connected. The issue’s features focus on California: Critic Mimi Zeiger reviews Michael Maltzan Architecture’s 6th Street Viaduct in L.A.; Luke Studebaker visits a tiny home village in L.A.; Vivian Schwab gathers case studies of architects responding to increased wildfire risks; and Anthony Fontenot shares an excerpt from the Notes from Another Los Angeles, a new book he edited about the architect Gregory Ain. Additionally, Zeiger reviews a new campus for Children’s Institute in the L.A. neighborhood of Watts designed by Gehry Partners. The issue also features writing by Peggy Deamer, Zach Mortice, Anjulie Rao, Jack Self, Kate Wagner, and Stuart Wrede, among others.
· An In Construction visit to One River North in Denver, designed by MAD Architects
· A review of Pier Paolo Tamburelli’s On Bramante by Joseph Bedford and a review of Eva Hagberg’s When Eero Met His Match by Fred Bernstein
· A Dispatch on Taller Mauricio Rocha’s extension to the Museo Anahuacalli in Mexico City
· Studio Visit: Jensen Architects
· And much more.