The Warby Parker Guide to Architecture
This guide is sponsored by Warby Parker, whose new collaboration with Architecture for Humanity is about mixed materials and durable construction.</p>
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Edith Wharton by Design
The Gilded Age author and the Manhattan she left behind.
Inside the Celebrity Center: turrets, palm trees, and mysterious rituals.
Downtown Is for People
The case for planning cities around people, not buidlings.
What is Art?
A forty-foot Playboy Bunny is erected outside Marfa. Chaos ensues.
“Venice, like New Orleans, is perceived to be ‘doomed.’”
How was a failed public housing project transformed into visionary mix-income community?
How Boston City Hall Was Born
A divisive, midcentury design competition and the Brutalist building that won.
The Miracle in Bilbao
The story that certified Gehry as a genius and the Guggenheim Bilbao as the building of the late 20th century.