Sarah Whiting explains "engaged autonomy," a theoretical move that might preserve the integrity of the Architecture Discipline's autonomy into the 21st century.
Four incredible adaptive reuse projects that see preexisting, historical conditions as an opportunity for real architectural commentary.
A brief review of Alexander's essay "Neo-Naturalism," about the use of data as a fundamental epistemological unit in contemporary architectural production, from Log 31.
A quick review of Mark Jarzombek's essay "The Shanghai Expo and the Rise of Pop-Arch," from Log 31.
Four residential projects that are brilliant, thoughtful, mature pieces of contemporary architecture--projects that will restore your faith in a genre of contemporary practice whose social image is often dominated by reductive-modernist trash for millionaires.