Thom Mayne

AIA Elections: 2016 Candidates Discuss Membership Benefits and the Profession's Relevance
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AIA Elections: 2016 Candidates Discuss Membership Benefits and the Profession's Relevance

The hopeful architects pitch reasons to join the Institute and talk about how they... More

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The Getty's Ambitious New Show Explores L.A. Modernism The Getty's Ambitious New Show Explores L.A. Modernism

Pacific Standard Time attempts to unravel the complicated architectural legacy of Los Angeles. Is the city of eternal youth finally embracing its past? More

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The Exhibitionist The Exhibitionist

Iker Gil, the founder of MAS Studio in Chicago, has turned heads with a series of high-profile shows and installations. Zoë Ryan sat down with Gil to discuss his bold ambitions for his adopted city. More

Thom Mayne Wins 2013 AIA Gold Medal
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Thom Mayne Wins 2013 AIA Gold Medal

The designer of the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas was once... More

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Johnston Marklee is Having a Breakout Year Johnston Marklee is Having a Breakout Year

Christopher Hawthorne explores this Los Angeles firm's rise and its ambivalent relationship with the City of Angels. More

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Cooper Union to Introduce Tuition Cooper Union to Introduce Tuition

The signature Thom Mayne–designed Cooper Union building casts a shadow over the design school’s financial future, which announced that it will begin charging tuition from graduate students. More

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The Burden of History The Burden of History

Is it possible to appreciate Tod Williams and Billie Tsien’s new Barnes museum in Philadelphia on its own merits? More

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Design Doctrine Design Doctrine

Fifty years on, the GSA's "Guiding Principles" have become a working theory on good design. More

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News from Across the Institute News from Across the Institute

Helinski, Los Angeles, Dayton, Boston, and Tokyo More

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Summer 2010 Reading List Summer 2010 Reading List

A fine crop of new books on architecture and design to help you catch up on your reading this summer. More

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