Table of Contents October 2013
Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City
How the firm of GreenbergFarrow became the one-stop shop for Texas Roadhouse and countless other restaurant and retail chains across America.
OZ Architecture attempts to reinvent a utilitarian science outpost in the wilds of Antarctica.
Rome prize winner Catie Newell has embraced the theme of darkness, creating installations inspired by Detroit’s urban landscape.
A new cultural center in Brooklyn, N.Y., celebrates a forgotten farming village built by emancipated slaves.
A student center tucked into an existing complex gives A German school its first taste of new design in a half century.
By blending the natural with the industrial, this Los Angeles–based firm has created a 102,000-square-foot complex in Monterrey, Mexico, for the maker of a product not often in the spotlight: the car chassis.