Interviews

2015 Year in Review News

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In 2015, our editors talked to some of the most influential academics, designers, developers, engineers, and architects in the world. Here are the top interviews you read from The Architect’s Newspaper last year.

 

Pam Campbell

The COOKFOX architect discusses her firm’s approach to Biophilic Design.

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Tadao Ando

The Pritzker prize winner talks about revisiting The Pulitzer Arts Foundation.

 

 

Bjarke Ingels

AN sits down with Bjarke Ingels to discuss the architect’s design for Two World Trade Center.

 
 

Santiago Calatrava

Calatrava discusses his work on the World Trade Center Transit Hub and a nearby Greek Orthodox Church.

 
 
 

Zaha Hadid

AN talks with Zaha Hadid in Chicago about her first building in New York and her thoughts on the Biennial.

 
 
 

Junya Ishigami

The Tokyo-based architect weighs in on nature, experimentation, and the Zaha Hadid stadium controversy.

 
 

Ole Scheeren

Buro Ole Scheeren’s first North American project reframes architecture’s core values.

 
 
 

Michael Rotondi

Sam Lubell speaks with the Richard J. Neutra Medal winner.

 
 
 

Cameron Sinclair

The Architecture for Humanity co-founder on his for-profit venture, the Department of Small Works.

 
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