Articles


The Guardian
November 16, 2017
Unlike in other countries, Japanese homes become valueless over time – but as the population shrinks, can its cities finally learn to slow down and refurb?
Curbed
October 25, 2017
A burgeoning U.S. prefab market has much to learn from Japan
October 20, 2017
How Studio-MLA learned to embrace the potential of the sports stadium
Architect
October 1, 2017
A weather-ready home with Japanese influences, by Desai Chia Architecture
The Guardian
September 4, 2017
Cities attract wild ideas, from Qinhuangdao’s straddling bus to London’s bike lanes in the sky. As Musk’s Boring Company starts tunnelling, could his plans for underground roads and Hyperloop trains prove the doubters wrong?
Gizmodo
August 10, 2017
How trees and white streets could reduce L.A.'s urban heat island effect.
UCLA Magazine
July 1, 2017
For almost 100 years, UCLA has been a leader in solving complex transportation problems, applying multidisciplinary excellence in the heart of a congested city.
Dwell
June 1, 2017
A San Diego architect creates a bold, energy-efficient complement to the Western landscape.
UCLA Magazine
April 1, 2017
What are the unintended consequences of building the city of tomorrow?
Architect
March 3, 2017
Taking inspiration from local materials and vernacular architecture, Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu remade a rural Chinese village in their image.