Architecture

Housing and the Cooperative in Architecture

In America, we have an escalating crisis of affordability in housing — yet we are overlooking one of the best and most basic solutions. In

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A Building Not a Colt Revolver

Seminole Canyon State on tableland between the in-flowing and Pecos Rivers, about 150 miles down the Rio Grande from Big Bend. This area, once forested

Architecture

Trumping the Triangle in Architecture

For more than two centuries Washington has to reconcile the lofty ideals of the capital with the quotidian of a contested city. No reveals these

Architecture

Free as air and water in Architecture

I formed a very resolute determination that if I could ever get the means I would build an institution and throw its doors open at

Architecture

The Layers of Architectural Design

Erick Mikiten: I’ve my own firm, with one foot firmly planted in hand drawing, the other foot in tech. I worked for other firms in Texas Los

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Mapping the future of digital cities

With Australia’s growing population set to reach 36 million, it is time for city planners to evaluate their current model for creating an accurate representation

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Intelligent buildings: threat or opportunity

Intelligence in the built environment is without doubt an exciting and inspiring concept. Technical descriptions of wondrous objects rarely do them justice. “The acquisition of