Other stories by Kriston Capps

  • Paddle 8 and Visionaire Present Oscar Niemeyer in 3D

    Ten images by Vicente De Paulo present the sensuous curves of Oscar Niemeyer's architecture in 3D. Viewers can see the images online, using glasses provided by Paddle 8, or in the forthcoming Rio issue of Visionaire.

  • Robert Venturi Retires; Firm Changes Name, Leadership

    Robert Venturi, the legendary Philadelphia architect who said "less is a bore" has retired, leaving the firm he founded with Denise Scott Brown, his wife, under new leadership—and a new name. VSBA will continue the Philadelphia firm's work under partner and president Daniel McCoubrey and partner...

  • Exhibit: 'Lost Dallas'

    From the Dallas Center for Architecture comes a look at all of the historic buildings and places that were demolished to make way for the city's oil-fueled growth. Through July 13.

  • Batman's Latest: Death by Cliché

    In Chip Kidd’s latest graphic novel, “Batman: Death by Design,” the Caped Crusader and the Joker are joined by a cast of architectural archetypes. The result, sadly, is one big cliché.

  • Studio Visit: Olson Kundig Architects

    The studio crit remains a crucial part of the culture at this Seattle-based firm, which stops work once per week to gather for a group critique, even as it has grown from two to nearly 100 people.

  • Book: 'One Million Acres & No Zoning'

    As with so much about Texas, the book 'One Million Acres & No Zoning,' a love letter to Houston by Rice School of Architecture professor Lars Lerup, is full of contradictions.

  • Architecture for Humanity Hosts Prints Auction

    The architectural nonprofit is selling architectural prints and sketches through an online auction in order to raise funds for its charitable mission.

  • Architecture Students Study Harder

    A new survey finds that architecture majors post more hours studying per week than students in any other major.

  • AIA Elects Next President

    The AIA has elected Helene Combs Dreiling, currently the executive director of the Virginia Center for Architecture, to serve as its next president.

  • AIA Reports Progress Toward 2030 Commitment

    The AIA can report progress toward the goals it outlined for its 2030 Commitment Program, but there is more work to be done.