Inside a Mormon temple, the American Dream clings to life.
My school bought me a $30,000 flight back from Greenland…
Britain’s prominent architectural voices defend the status quo.
I went to LGA and all I got was a perfect Starbucks drink.
In praise of New York’s heavenly “hellhole”
Cripping is the action of invention. Just as Long Chu defines gender as the universal reaction to being female, so we might consider architecture to be the universal reaction to being crippled.
The Metaverse allows for a total divorce of design services from the messy obdurance of construction labor.
Seeing everything through the lens of defense is the product of a landscape where form follows real estate speculation.
A tribute to Christopher Alexander
Everything changed overnight.
The vision of the new Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute is one of intent rather than form.
Architecture is a field that so often puts on a social face while being inwardly and profoundly antisocial. It will not change until you—we—change it.
In its early days, the Bauhaus was associated with cathedrals—or at any rate, the idea of cathedrals.
Today, the federal government employs roughly 1,839 architects in total. It isn’t clear how many of these workers are unionized.
New York’s new observatories offer an exalted vision of the self. It’s an ugly image.
These strangely situated places of worship were designed to be read in close proximity and relationship to their neighbors.