Table of Contents August 2013
Dallas, Brussels, Durban, Monterey, Philadelphia
Harbor Point was failed public housing—until it was rebuilt as the nation's first mixed-income community by developer Joe Corcoran and architect Joan Goody. Twenty-five years later, what can we learn from this visionary project?
Cao | Perrot Studio blends common and high-end objects to create arresting landscapes.
Architecture professor Dan Rockhill explains how the University of Kansas’s Studio 804 designed and built the Hill Engineering Research & Development Center, which aims to build a better electric car.
This perforated Hong Kong high-rise brings gardens and fresh airflow to a crowded skyline in Causeway Bay.
The architecture firm brings a regionally inflected modernism to the small town of Natchitoches, in the form of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum.
The architect's first major commission inventively combined the ideas of Wright and Corb, and, in so doing, won a citation in the 1963 Progressive Architecture Awards.
A twist on the term, this collection uses light and shadow across undulating forms to bolster static façades and feature walls with dynamic visuals.
Geometric detailing on London-based leather designer Genevieve Bennett’s Layered Tiles collection for Spinneybeck puts a fresh twist on leather wall tiles.
A PVC-free backing with 82% recycled content for use with the company's low-VOC Plynyl tile.
Eight architects and designers reveal the products that have earned a permanent place in their workflow and lives.