The Ugly Pet
Sustainability should be revolutionary to architectural form. But it hasn’t been, at least not yet.
Churches and States
The rebuilding of Notre Dame is provoking controversy, both political and architectural. The 19th-century reconstruction of San Paolo fuori le mura offers remarkably suggestive parallels that might inform the current debates.
Seagram: Union of Building and Landscape
The evolution of Mies van der Rohe’s architectural philosophy, culminating in his design for the Seagram Building.
How to Be an Architecture Critic
We’re surrounded by buildings, but do we know how to talk about them?
The Architect as Urbanist: Part 1
The late work of Paul Rudolph deserves renewed attention. A leading historian focuses on the architect’s projects in Southeast Asia.
The Architect as Urbanist: Part 2
The second installment in a two-part series on the late work of Paul Rudolph focuses on the architect’s projects in Singapore and Jakarta.