Prior to moving online in 2009, Places was a print journal founded in 1983 by faculty at MIT and Berkeley. The entire print archive is available in PDF format.
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Beginning in the late 1960s, New York City was transformed under Mayor John Lindsay from a workaday zone to a scenic setting for urban play, an “adventure playground.”
Postópolis in Mexico City is a five-day conversation about design, music, art, architecture, and urbanism.
The Art Schools in Havana are justly famous. But are we overlooking the larger narrative of post-revolutionary Cuban architecture?