The Photographer and Architecture
Photography is a ship carrying light and space and heading toward the future.
Into the Uncanny Valley
It is disconcerting when we can’t quite sort out the relationship of an image to the world.
Havana: Nostalgia Is a Dangerous Business
A New York architect critiques the recent literature on Havana architecture and urbanism, which strongly influences U.S. impressions, given the longstanding travel ban.
How to Be an Architecture Critic
We’re surrounded by buildings, but do we know how to talk about them?
Landscape Is Our Sex
Should the relationship of a building to its landscape be a key element of its design? Unpacking the logics and illogics of this powerful cultural presumption.
The Ugly Pet
Sustainability should be revolutionary to architectural form. But it hasn’t been, at least not yet.