Mimi Zeiger


But if models are a myriad of things and also not those things, what is a hefty volume full of discourse-heavy texts and chockablock with photographs of models?

The latest iteration of the Chicago Architecture Biennial is not a place, it’s a direction. Who knows where it’s going?

Lesley Lokko’s sprawling, dense Biennale asks us to engage different representational languages. It’s a slow burn, but finding new legibility takes a moment.


BYO: concrete pad, plumbing, electricity, interior finishes, permits, land, labor, tears.

The Architecture of Disability uses the lens of disability to reevaluate received architectural histories and speculate on a more inclusive architectural environment.

Architecture is a succubus that extracts everything it can.


We’re accustomed to thinking about the US-Mexico border as an abstraction. A new book tries to find intimacy in it.


LA BREA — ...a big ask for a crowd who wants to know whether you can park out front after 6 p.m. without getting towed


The buildings’ stories, not just their architectural qualities, are the focus of the exhibition.