Architecture

Architect Dave Hampton reviews the 2nd annual Urban Sciences Research Coordination Network workshop held June 11 in Chicago.
Jun 27, 2014   UrbDeZine
LEGO and the Wright Foundation have launched two new sets to honor the architect's centennial.
Jun 3, 2009   The Architect's Newspaper
LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) announced on May 19 that it was laying off Brooke Hodge, its curator of architecture and design.
Jun 2, 2009   The Architect's Newspaper
Opinion
May 25, 2009   By Edward Lifson
This series from the BBC looks at how the UK's cities have changed over the last few decades, and what the lasting impact is of the billions spent for community redevelopment.
Apr 27, 2009   BBC News
Opinion
Aug 20, 2008   By Scott Page
<p>A Dallas suburb considers whether to change its sign regulations to allow a massive cuckoo clock in a public space. European cities often have them, but American cities rarely do.</p>
Jul 26, 2008   Dallas Morning News
<p>Witold Rybczynski visits Thom Mayne's new Federal Building in downtown San Francisco. He finds a number of energy conservation innovations at play, but concludes that precious little else is playful or human about the architecture.</p>
Jul 25, 2008   Slate.com
What do the residents of Vancouver's False Creek North think of living in one of the largest centrally located, high-density, pedestrian- and family-oriented mixed-use neighbourhoods in the world?    Opinion
Jul 1, 2008   By Gordon Price
<p>A new building by Rem Koolhaas in Beijing is part of a wave of modern construction that is changing the tightly-planned urban fabric of the Chinese capital.</p>
Jun 23, 2008   The New Yorker
<p>Preservationists are working to save numerous art deco architectural landmarks in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A boom began at the height of the oil boom and returned after modernism fell out of style.</p>
Jun 20, 2008   Preservation