Mies Award goes to Oslo Opera House, as Croatia's Studio Up named Emerging Architects
Local aim to nab foreclosed condo tower
OMA takes a turn at event architecture in Seoul
Planners offer FAR bonus for fresh produce
Architects parse Mayor's retrofit plan for job opportunities
Historic UVA building restoration balances many layers
Under the Skin
Artist Ernesto Neto builds a creature at the Armory
Unveiled: National Children's Museum
What to do once you've revolutionized the GSA?
In Detail: Gaoyang International Cruise Terminal
Frank Repas Architecture with Weidlinger Associates
Little known to the public and a mystery even to many architects, the Public Design Commission holds considerable sway over the city's urban fabric. From multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects down to tot lots, lampposts, and bike racks, this powerful group helps shape much of New York's public face. Ian Volner pays a visit.
In Situ: Architecture and Landscape
Expanding Architecture: Design as Activism