The Daily Beast
May 7, 2016
Construction began on Paolo Soleri’s “urban laboratory” of Arocsanti, Arizona, in 1970. Its experimental mixture of architecture and ecology remains only partially realized.
The Palisadian-Post
May 5, 2016
This home on Corona del Mar, which has been veiled behind a padlocked chain link fence for nearly 15 years, has a secret—and sordid—past that includes X-rated moviemaking
The Daily Beast
April 23, 2016
It was supposed to be a dramatic symbol of wealth, but became a squatters’ paradise. Now the Torre de David stands vacant in the center of Caracas, its future unclear.
The Guardian
April 21, 2016
Paula Beal is a housing advocate who has lived in Oakland for 45 years. She has seen her entire family forced out of the city by rising rents. Now, as the council imposes a moratorium on evictions, she too is desperately seeking a new home
The Atlantic
April 19, 2016
The city is transforming an old, major road into a new public park.
April 13, 2016
Bit by bit, innovators are chipping away at this ubiquitous material’s environmental downsides
The Daily Beast
April 9, 2016
A hundred years after construction began, the shell of a subway tunnel still lies beneath the Ohio city’s streets, empty and unfinished.
The Daily Beast
March 31, 2016
The death of Zaha Hadid has robbed architecture of one of its most famous and controversial figures. Her buildings and influence means Hadid leaves a vibrant legacy.
Los Angeles Magazine
March 29, 2016
It could have as much to do with geography as curb appeal
The Daily Beast
March 26, 2016
Even though it ended up being significantly shorter than originally planned, the Metropolitan Life North Building has become a New York City architectural landmark.