Our intern Carolyne Ottawa writes about how we might close the advancement gap between men and women in architecture.
We examine how different corner conditions are integrated into the design.
In the current architectural practice, model translation from conception to building via means of two dimensional architectural drawing techniques is dying, if not dead.
Drought is present in the US year‐round. Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the US, is only 38% full.
As architects, do we understand how pervasive codes are in shaping the buildings we create?
From the late nineteen fifties through the mid-nineteen seventies, Boston embraced concrete architecture in a mission to expand and transform the city.
Due to our ever-increasing use of technology, our reliance on electricity is stronger than ever.
How does the selection of construction materials contribute to the well-being of building occupants?
Isn’t architecture more than just a single photographic angle?
In a lively Architecture Forum discussion, I tackled the question of why we choose where we live.
The connection economy rewards value created by building relationships and fostering connections, rather than assets and “stuff,” like the industrial economy.
Can a building be profound without honoring both concept and composition?
Architecture Forums in the past year have ranged from Branding & Identity within the practice of architecture to Andrea Love’s recent discussion about what makes a building sustainable.
What do green, sustainable, energy-efficient, carbon neutral, net-zero actually even mean?
I recently led a forum exploring diagramming as it relates to the process of architecture.
What does ‘landscape’ mean to you? What is your vision of a ‘natural landscape’?
Branding and brand awareness have become inescapable parts of our daily visual lives. What is our responsibility as architects, in reinforcing a client’s brand?
The most promising strategy to relate a programmatically significant building to its context is to create a meaningful dialog between the two distinct entities.