Cholera Outbreaks and the 1918 Flu Transformed Architecture. The Coronavirus Will Do It Again.
“Classical” Architecture Is Just One Way Authoritarians Build in Their Own Image
Minimalism Isn’t Just a Longing for Less Stuff. It’s a Longing for Less Self.
How Do You Design a School for the Era of Mass Shootings?
Can Any School Be Massacre-Proof?
This Reporter Was One of the Last People on the Roof of Notre Dame. She Explains Why the Cathedral Will Long Outlive the Fire.
A Piece of Paris Goes Up in Flames
What’s Been Saved and What’s Been Lost in the Notre Dame Fire
Notre Dame Cathedral Is on Fire: The Spire Has Collapsed, but the Towers Will Survive
New Yorkers Are Right: Hudson Yards’ Big Tourist Attraction Should Forever Be Called the Shawarma
Landmark Donald Trump’s Buildings
Can We Make Buildings That Create Their Own Energy? Norway Thinks So.
The Vital Weirdness of Robert Venturi, the Most Influential Architect of His Generation
Build It and They Will Come to the Movies
Of Course Trump Hates Brutalism
Shanghai and Beijing Have Stopped Growing—but Not on Their Own
The History of Amsterdam, as Told by 700,000 Pieces of Garbage
Turns Out Open-Office Plans, Once Hailed as Facilitators of Face Time, Might Actually Stifle Communication
Inscribed With the Names of the Fallen, a Wall Became a Sacred Place for Veterans