Associate Editor, Design & Awards
Deane grew up in Boston, where, for a particularly memorable birthday, he watched the implosion of the Travelers Insurance Building. His fascination with buildings continued from his early years of Lego city planning through later forays into amateur architectural photography. He completed an M.Arch. I program at UCLA under the tutelage of Neil Denari, Sylvia Lavin, Richard Weinstein, Dana Cuff, and others, learning along the way that imploding buildings, while always entertaining, isn’t the only way to make an impact in the world of architecture. Follow Deane on Google+ and Twitter.
As the nation investigates the potential of high speed rail, ARCHITECT looks at its train stations, and those of other countries, through images collected by Esto photographers. Read More
The AIA released the winners of its Honor Awards for 2013, including the 25-Year Award, as well as awards in Architecture, Interiors, and Regional/Urban Design categories. Read More
Renzo Piano's first American project, the 1987 Menil Collection in Houston, won the 2013 AIA 25-Year Award.Read More
Dutch firm MVRDV joins with The Jerde Partnership, ARUP, and developer Wijaya Karya in proposing Peruri 88 - a bid for a green, Indonesian tower city. Read More
Diller Scofidio + Renfro celebrates the milestone with Los Angeles city officials, local architect Gensler, and union workers. Read More
The dean of architecture criticism had a career spanning more than 60 years, including tenures at The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.Read More
A 420' observation tower, designed in the shape of a pin and featuring panoramic views over Phoenix, will soon land in Arizona, begging the question: if a pin drops in the desert, will it make a sound?Read More
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Sydney’s Darling Harbor will soon boast an international convention, exhibition, and entertainment precinct, including a hotel also designed by OMA. Read More
The Foster + Partners proposal for a new circulation library within the renovated 1911 building restores light and views of Bryant Park. Read More
Design for the DNB Headquarters is based on the size of an ideal workgroup for the bank, which MVRDV found to be a ‘pixel’ measuring six meters by six meters. Read More
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates plans the city Meixi Lake in China. The city of 180,000 revolves around a central, 3.85-kilometer lake. Read More
Two new projects from Eric Owen Moss, Pterodactyl and Waffle, are under way in Culver City, Calif. Read More
A new book on the late photographer shows the breadth of his range, from iconic images to lesser-known industrial prints. Read More
The SANAA- and Imrey Culbert–designed outpost of the famed Parisian museum opens to the public today in the city of Lens, France. For more details and images of the project, visit ARCHITECT's Project Gallery.Read More
The Xiqu Center, part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, will be designed by the collaborative team of Bing Thom Architects and Ronald Lu & Partners. For more project details, visit ARCHITECT's Project Gallery. Read More
ARCHITECT presents a brief retrospective of several of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s works from all stages of his prolific career. Read More
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