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December 2014

Carre Seine

An urban infill project is always challenging when trying to meet the needs of diversity and economic viability. Add to this a much needed and intense environmental policy and the results…

2014 Year in Review: Design Store(y)

A Visit to Totokaelo An interview with Seattle-based Totokaelo store owner Jill Wenger. From fashion to home decor and art, find out what’s next for the modern shop brand.…

Rowan Moore’s top 10 exhibitions of 2014

1 Constructing Worlds Barbican, London Parking lots in Los Angeles, water towers in Ruhr factories, wooden churches in the Depression era: when it comes to architecture, photographers have…

Newsmaker: Greg Lynn

Greg Lynn No single tool has become more critical to architectural practice than the computer. In fewer than 30 years, CAD software and related products have become an entire industry by…

A Modern Retreat in the Adirondacks

Originally built in 1961, this 44-room hotel endured a remodel in the 1980s and then was left sitting vacant for a number of years. Tag Collective teamed up with architecture firm Mapos and…

Friday Five with Craig Steely

Architect Craig Steely seems to have the best of both worlds, splitting time between his two studios in Hawaii and San Francisco. After graduating with an architecture degree from…

The End of Sitting / RAAAF

Architects RAAAF Location Amsterdam, The Netherlands Project Year 2014 Photographs Jan Kempenaers, Ricky Rijkenberg Design Installation Ronald…