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2012

 

January Issue

What’s Next: The Office. Plus, the Clyfford Still Museum, the changing multifamily market, digital fabrication, a visit to Bing Thom’s studio, and more …

 

February Issue

The 59th annual Progressive Architecture Awards, Calgary’s sustainable new skyscraper, a visit to the studio of Lot-ek, critiquing Koolhaas’s and Obrist’s study of Metabolism, the next-generation automobile plant, manufacturing skin, and more …

 
 

March Issue

Lobbying for architecture in D.C. and the rest of the U.S., a Peter Busby and Perkins+Will portfolio and studio visit, the next generation of libraries, reducing outdoor light levels, OLED windows, Felix Salmon on MoMA’s “Foreclosed,” and more …

 

April Issue

The controversy over the new Barnes museum, Erick van Egeraat’s mall in Siberia, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple’s studio, the rebirth of the World’s Fair Queens Theatre, Missouri Bank’s branches by Helix, legal advice about sustainable design, wastewater-treatment plants, and more …

 
 

May Issue

2012 AIA Honor Awards, five building features, three on-the-boards projects, contemporary mosque design, working for the GSA, Calatrava’s Peace Bridge, the new green codes, building around D.C.’s height restrictions and its new streetcars, the Architect of the Capitol talks Unbuilt Washington...

 

June Issue

Interiors Issue: Mizuta Museum, AOL incubator space, Graffiti Café, iconic chairs, NeoCon products, color forecasting, online marketing, AIA centers for architecture, and more. Plus a look at the 2012 London Olympics.

 
 

July Issue

The 2012 R+D Awards, the oil boom in North Dakota, Weiss/Manfredi’s visitor center for Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Batman vs. Architecture, James Turrell in Houston, visiting with Olson Kundig, parking-lot design, diversity in the profession, remediating brownfields, and more …

 

August Issue

The U.S. Pavilion, 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Inside is complete coverage of the U.S. Pavilion: Its exhibition, its design, and all of the interventions on display. Plus, 20 essays to put the whole thing in context and help you to understand the meaning...

 
 

September issue

The results of the ARCHITECT 50, Future Systems final project, Workshop/apd and Beyer Blinder Belle's Brooklyn Navy Yard Center, the Spina brothers' mid-rise in Argentina, Calatrava at the Hermitage, would more women developers equal more women architects, and more ...

 

October issue

Modernism comes to a Minneapolis cemetery, Stanley Tigerman talks to Wiel Arets, the cases for the presidential candidates, a critique of the Shard, Grimshaw’s new berth for the Cutty Sark, Lot-ek’s new Whitney Studio, a church installation made of air and metal plates, and more …

 
 

November issue

Building projects from SHoP Architects, Cooper Joseph Studio, Zaha Hadid Architects, Atelier Deshaus, and Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects; Christopher Hawthorne profiles Johnston Marklee; Detroit Works’ long-term plan for the Motor City; the ethics of designing prisons; the typology of data...

 

December Issue

2012 Annual Design Review winners; Ian Volner profiles Moscow’s Strelka Institute; Joseph Giovannini critiques the Louve’s new Islamic Art wing; architects design mission-critical facilities; a high-performance facility in Washington, D.C., uses a dynamic façade, and more.