Egypt’s military regime is building a new capital city in the desert, where the “People’s Piazza” will be a pale shadow of Tahrir Square.
The Arab City
Today there is no better context in which to investigate the complexities of global practice in architecture than that of the rapidly changing Arab city.
The remaking of New Delhi’s Central Vista provokes troubling questions about colonialism and nationalism, and about the already fraught relationship between architecture and power.
A landscape historian reviews @everytract — a Twitter bot created by artist and urban planner Neil Freeman that is slowly posting satellite pictures of all 74,134 U.S. census tracts.