Roslyn Bernstein: Museum as LaboratoryNovember 2015
A new exhibition in Pittsburgh explores the modernist past of the city's architecture, and the way forward.
Playing SpacesMay 2015
The architect and writer on action as information, subtraction as growth, and indeterminacy as a practical protocol for design.
Joanna Walsh: In South KensingtonDecember 2013
At the Victoria and Albert Museum, a skeptic studies life and death through architecture.
Abigail Sindzinski: Old Designs, Brighter FutureOctober 2013
In 'Never Built: Los Angeles,' a new exhibit at the Los Angeles Architecture & Design Museum, a city’s unfulfilled past offers inspiration for its future.
Breaking Down WallsApril 2013
The landscape architect on living cities, the tyranny of lawns, and how mayors will soon rule the world.
Nafeesa Syeed: Salvaged HistoryDecember 2012
An outsider works to restore an abandoned chateau in historic Burgundy.
Jay Walljasper: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Great Public SpacesJuly 2012
Many public spaces have long been neglected, but it's time for their revitalization.
The Olympian LandscapeJuly 2012
The sign pointing visitors to London’s 2012 Olympic Site could just as easily read “Dystopia For Rent.”