Editorial

Is It Me, or Is PoMo Making a Comeback?
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Is It Me, or Is PoMo Making a Comeback?

Say hello to pastels and neon, Platonic forms, and winks at architectural history.... Read more

The Stones of Syria
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The Stones of Syria

A young Syrian architect looks to the future of her war-torn homeland. Read more

Tags: Urban Design
When the Boss Wants You Dead
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When the Boss Wants You Dead

In the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, architects can help make the AEC... Read more

But We're the Good Guys
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But We're the Good Guys

A group called Detroit Resists asks important questions about architecture, power,... Read more

Politicians, Ugly Buildings, and Whores
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Politicians, Ugly Buildings, and Whores

What does it take to change attitudes about innovative architecture? Read more

Net-Zero Enthusiasm
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Net-Zero Enthusiasm

The net-zero building belongs in the pantheon of top contemporary innovations. So... Read more

The Diversity Imperative
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The Diversity Imperative

With two big announcements, the AIA puts diversity right where it belongs: as a... Read more

No Shame, No Gain
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No Shame, No Gain

The latest World Monuments Watch list of endangered places "seeks to shift the... Read more

The Little Biennial that Could
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The Little Biennial that Could

To be a complete success, the Chicago Architecture Biennial should reach audiences... Read more

Freedom of Worship
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Freedom of Worship

A growing demand for mosques brings NIMBYism in Europe to a new level. Read more

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