Where ideas hit money and materials and space itself.
What happened to architectural deconstruction and the radical world it promised?
Peter Eisenman memorably tussled with the late Christopher Alexander on a Harvard debate stage. He talks to NYRA about that match-up and his aversion to Alexander’s ideas about “comfort” and “harmony.”
A new volume claims to present a representative slice of contemporary “progressive” architecture. But why this architecture now?
The future of pedagogy in an era of “pending climate catastrophe while society is driven by the growth that capitalism demands”