Other stories by Assoc. AIA

  • Eric Lloyd Wright’s Latest House on Embassy Tour

    Photographs documenting the latest work of Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson architect Eric are on display at the Embassy of Finland in Washington, D.C. through Sept. 30, before heading overseas to the U.S. Embassy in Finland.

  • Esto Gallery: Geometry in Architecture

    Projects from Santiago Calatrava, R. Buckminster Fuller, Isamu Noguchi, and Morris Lapidus highlight this collection of projects featuring pure geometries.

  • Hail and Farewell to Architect Robert Venturi, on the Occasion of his Retirement.

    In light of Venturi stepping down at his eponymous firm, ARCHITECT editor-in-chief Ned Cramer discusses the importance of Venturi and Denise Scott Brown's work to both the professional and himself.

  • A Solemn Resting Place for Fallen Soldiers

    Fennell Purifoy’s Birdeye Cemetery provides spaces for reflection and ceremony within the 100-acre site.

  • Esto Gallery: Brutalism

    ARCHITECT takes a fresh look at Brutalism through images shot by some of Esto’s finest photographers, from the barely-spared Orange County Government Center to long-derided Boston City Hall.

  • Lean On Me

    The last in a three part series on balancing design and business.

  • Book: 'Citizens of No Place'

    Jimenez Lai’s use of the cartoon as a vehicle for theory helps tone down (and poke fun at) contemporary architectural rhetoric.

  • Esto Gallery: Forms of the Past Olympics

    ARCHITECT inspects a few iconic arenas from past Olympics, as captured through the lenses of Esto photographers. Included are several from the Beijing Olympics, as well as a pair from Tokyo's 1964 games, and Calatrava's stadium from Athens in 2004.

  • Film: Steven Holl Explains the Daeyang Gallery and House in Documentary Form

    Film, a new medium for AIA Gold Medalist Steven Holl, allows a dynamic exploration of one of his latest works: the Daeyang Gallery and House in Seoul, South Korea.

  • Book 'Engaging Spaces'

    The best of Kossmann.dejong's oeuvre of exhibition designs come alive through unexpected use of ordinary materials to make what the firm calls Engaging Spaces.