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04.29.2015: In addition to polling architects on a list of questions central to the practice today, we sent a separate list of questions to prominent critics and thinkers.
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04.28.2015: Philip Johnson design being reborn as Center for Sufism in rural California.
Courtesy Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects
04.28.2015: SWA puts the park back in Houston's Allen Parkway.
Courtesy SWA
04.28.2015: Take an exclusive look inside The Beekman, one of the world's first skyscrapers.
The Architect's Newspaper
04.28.2015: When creatively sheathed, even a basic box can achieve an anything-but-ordinary appearance.
Courtesy 3form
04.27.2015: HKS designs a resilient hospital for tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri.
Courtesy HKS
04.27.2015: Cleveland hopes a major transportation project will spur economic growth.
Courtesy City Architecture
04.24.2015: Bus Rapid Transit is finally on its way to Chicago's Loop.
Courtesy CDOT
04.24.2015: A geometric corrugated metal and glass facade integrates industry and nature.
David Franck
04.24.2015: The Bay Area authors and architects pen a manifesto for pursuing a tighter fit between form and emotion.
Jeremy Mende
04.24.2015: Currently on view at the RISD Museum in Providence, this exhibit takes us back to an era when drawings were the main means of expression in the design field.
Courtesy Collection of the Alvin Boyarsky Archive
04.23.2015: At the Center for Architecture in New York through May 23, this show investigates the distinct ways the tenets of modernism were applied in Czechoslovakia.
Courtesy AIANY
04.23.2015: Parkland Hospital revamped into the nation's first digital healthcare facility.
Courtesy HDR + Corgan/Assassi Productions