Table of Contents March 2014
Susannah Drake of Dlandstudio is reviving contaminated landscapes with her politically savvy practice.
Architects have been slow to champion the return on investment that their work can bring. But even a little data can convince clients that spending more can mean saving more.
MoMA’s exhibit on the high-rises and cityscapes of Frank Lloyd Wright reveals both his towering ambition and the surprising ambivalence that architects have about publicizing their private worlds.
Dan Spiegel, of San Francisco–based Spiegel Aihara Workshop, designed this single-family house with a rare quality by the standards of Silicon Valley: Restraint.
MASS Design Group talks with ARCHITECT about designing the first-ever cancer treatment center in Rwanda.
Tokyo-based architecture, interiors, and product design firm created a new retail experience for Japanese clothing company Issey Miyake.
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas’ sprawling complex in suburban Paris pairs stacked public spaces with a diagrid-enshrouded monolith that houses state records dating back to the revolution.
Through creative detailing and design, Hennebery Eddy Architects crafted a facility for the Cascades Academy that complements its forested site.
In the extreme temperatures of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the glass-enclosed expansion to King Fahd National Library gets dimensional and heat relief with a tensile fabric façade.
The quest to create the optimal learning environment is bringing forces outside the curriculum into classroom design.
These design elements can credit their thin, complex geometric forms to additive manufacturing technology.
The need for sterile and efficient environments that are also warm and inviting can cause a rift between function and aesthetics in healthcare facilities. The latest products and tech to hit the sector aim to balance clean spaces and good design.