Articles


Architect
November 23, 2015
Twin skyscrapers are the new tallest buildings in Nanchang, China.
Architect
November 15, 2015
A new aphitheater for Nashville's waterfront.
Architect
November 12, 2015
The 80-foot-wide temporary pavilion was designed to stream video and host a live finale of a "mobile opera."
The Guardian
November 3, 2015
The Chicago planner-turned-artist’s transformation of Stony Island bank is the latest high-profile example of how the arts can drive a city’s redevelopment. But is this always a good thing?
The Guardian
October 1, 2015
In a city where affordable rents are in short supply, Los Angeles schools are partnering with developers to build low-cost housing targeted at substitute teachers, bus drivers and maintenance workers
Wired
October 1, 2015
Hopscotch, an opera set in 24 limousines and SUVs driving around downtown LA
Wired
October 1, 2015
The swanky and exclusive Delta One lounge in LAX’s Terminal 5
The Guardian
September 22, 2015
In Britain and other EU countries, people have the right to see footage of themselves recorded on CCTV cameras. Yet when one university researcher set out to test this, many operators were less than forthcoming
September 1, 2015
Little-loved plants win the affection of Future Green Studio.
The Daily Beast
August 17, 2015
Under a new plan, more than a million people are within a half-mile walk of a high-frequency bus stop in Houston. Is this a blueprint for other car-reliant cities like L.A.?