ARCHITECT spoke with the interim director of the MacArthur Foundation at an affordable housing conference in Washington, D.C.
Project stakeholders should be more selective about the data they use to inform their design, says Emma Stewart, head of sustainability solutions at Autodesk.
Blair Kamin reviews 1WTC, an interview with Snøhetta's Craig Dykers, and more news to wrap up the week.
A kangaroo-inspired wall clock, a solid-wood sideboard, and reclaimed paneling put a fresh spin on interior wood furnishings and finishes.
Green building is progressing beyond sustainable design and toward the question of how the built environment affects human health and well-being.
The cross-disciplinary group announced an open application programming interface for manufacturer-supplied material ingredient information and a materials-health certificate.
Last month, the city got rid of a 1950s rule requiring that skyscrapers have flat tops for fire department helicopters. This opens current sky-high real estate to pools and decks, and the potential addition of spires to future projects.
A fellow of the AIA, the architect designed affordable housing projects and residences that earned accolades.
How apartments hit the states, a trippy time-lapse of Boston, and more news for Thursday
Aaron Betsky reacts to news that the San Francisco Arts Commission has voted to remove Facsimile, a public art project by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, from the Moscone Convention Center.