The Architect's Newspaper

San Francisco recently launched the Living Innovation Zones program to generate space-activating public art installations around the city. The city hopes the program will create “catalysts for exploration, innovation and play.”
Apr 7, 2014   The Architect's Newspaper
A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York provides an opportunity for reflection on what Rem Koolhaas once called "the most courageous act of prediction in Western civilization."
Feb 15, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
After a drawn-out saga, Tom Stoelker reports on the settlement reached last week over the fate of the Manufacturers Hanover Trust building in Manhattan.
Feb 14, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
Branden Klayko reports on experimental efforts in the emerging field of service design, which aims to improve interactions between public services and their customers through research, advocacy, and technical assistance.
Feb 14, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
Katherine Fung pens a feature in <em>The Architect's Newspaper</em> on the recent wave of projects seeking to improve the way our waste management infrastructure looks and works.
Feb 13, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
Three years after its adoption, Sean McCaughan assesses the impact of Miami 21, first New Urbanist zoning code adopted by a major American city.
Feb 7, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
Branden Klayko reports on the pioneering project planned by innovative Philadelphia design-build developers Onion Flats.
Jan 20, 2012   The Architect's Newspaper
Minneapolis' Peavey Plaza, designed in the heady early 70s, is a sunken design with waterfalls. The site has not aged well, and the landscape architect tasked with fixing the situation is taking significant steps to improve it.
Nov 24, 2011   The Architect's Newspaper
Design and architecture firm Gensler has released their newest plans for the proposed football stadium in downtown Los Angeles.
Nov 17, 2011   The Architect's Newspaper
West Hollywood, California recently opened a new public library, hiring a number of prominent artists like Shepard Fairey to turn it into a local landmark.
Nov 16, 2011   The Architect's Newspaper
The San Diego Planning Commission has rubber stamped a massive Zaha Hadid-designed private home. The dramatic architecture has had locals forming "anti-Zaha coalitions."
Nov 8, 2011   The Architect's Newspaper