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  • Roman Candle

    The works of William MacDonald reveal as much about contemporary architecture as they do about ancient Rome.

     
  • Back to School

    OMA’s Milstein Hall reveals and relishes in the problem of creating architecture about architecture.

     
  • The Dharavi slum in Mumbai, Indiawhich may house more than 1 million people in an area of just 0.7 square milesis one of the largest slums in the world, but only the fifth-largest slum in Mumbai.

    Urbanized

    Gary Hustwit’s third documentary tackles the growth and future of the modern city.

     
  • The redesigned World Trade Center will make more efficient use of its Lower Manhattan space than the original site, according to master planner Daniel Libeskind.

    Design After 9/11

    The memorial and plaza—the first features of the World Trade Center to open after the attacks—reveal the politics and psychology imperative to the redesign.

     
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    Revival Redux

    What does Colonial Revival tell us about the modern metropolis?

     
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    Up, Up, and Away

    Yes Is More' is no typical monograph—but BIG is no typical firm.

     
  • The Arthouse at the Jones Center.

    Keep Austin Adaptive

    LTL's Arthouse at the Jones Center exemplifies the best in adaptive reuse, but at what cost?

     
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    A New Theory War?

    The divide between the proponents of practice-based and theoretical instruction.

     
  • In Design, We Trust

    Many nations have a national architecture policy in place. Will the U.S.?

     
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    Blair's Banality

    Owen Hatherley’s survey of U.K. architecture during the Tony Blair years finds comfort in the margins of an era marked by high-rises.

     
 
 
 

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