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  • Studio Visit: Core

    With projects across the city, Washington, D.C.'s ever-present Core has participated in building the District from the ground up.

  • Book: 'Writing About Architecture'

    Alexandra Lange, an architectural critic and a writer for Design Observor, teaches us all to take a second look at buildings in her primer on reading and writing architecture criticism.

  • Book: 'The Nature of Place'

    An architecture professor describes eleven architecture and urban environments that have that elusive authentic, sense-of-place quality--with lessons to be learned in each.

  • Book: 'Alcatraz: History and Design of a Landmark'

    Alcatraz has a history of intrigue, but it also has a history of architectural styles, as documented in a new book by San Francisco architect Donald McDonald.

  • Installation: 'SONG 1'

    The Hirshhorn in D.C. will get a video makeover by artist Doug Aitken this spring. Through May 13.

  • Exhibit: 'Pedro E. Guerrero: Photographs of Modern Life'

    Frank Lloyd Wright's main photographer, now 95, exhibits his work at the Julius Shulman Institute. Through April 25.

  • Exhibit: 'Alturas de Macchu Picchu'

    The CCA pairs photos and sketches of Macchu Picchu as yet another moment of nostalgia for the drawing days of architecture. Through April 29.

  • Q&A: Pedro Guerrero, Frank Lloyd Wright's Photographer

    The photographer tells us what it was really like to be Frank Lloyd Wright's favorite.

  • Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

    Six years out from Katrina and six years away from New Orleans's tricentennial, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is rebuilding the City That Care Forgot.

  • The Rejection

    A journalist's novelistic take on ground zero doesn't add weight to the debate.