2014 Spring ARCH 1230 PROFESSORSPROF. SUDWEEKS PROF. SIKKA PROF. MISHARA PROF. MONTGOMERY
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- Fast Forward: Imagining Architecture in 2031In this work of fiction, Yale Architecture associate dean Phil Bernstein imagines the future of the profession.
- The Opus by Omniyat Illuminates Dubai's Burj Kalifa DistrictWorking with dpa lighting consultants, Zaha Hadid Architects adds a welcome volumetric diversion to the rigid linearity of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa district.
- Santiago Hills Villa by Studio SaxeA firm based in San Jose, Costa Rica, envisions an open-air pavilion for a vacation house.
- Advice for Young Designers Entering the ProfessionA seasoned architect shares lessons from his career with emerging designers.
- Lighting Products for Summer 2020Innovation big and small abounds in the latest luminaires and controls.
- Cleveland's Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Offers a Fresh Take on the Fan ExperienceWorking with the Office for Visual Interaction, Gensler renovates the former Quicken Loans Arena.
- Casa Candelaria by Cherem ArquitectosOn an expansive site in Mexico, a dozen independent rammed earth structures make up a main house and guest house.
- Interview with Glenn LaRue SmithThe Washington, D.C.–based landscape architect speaks with RECORD about his career and latest initiative: the Black Landscape Architects Network.
- Interview with Walter Hood on History and Race in Landscape DesignEditor in chief Cathleen McGuigan speaks with the landscape architect about his work in the public realm and his forthcoming book, 'Black Landscapes Matter.'
- Tea House at Linyin Buddhist Temple by Amateur Architecture StudioWang Shu and his wife and partner Lu Wenyu design an idiosyncratic retreat in their home city of Hangzhou, China.
- Fast Forward: Imagining Architecture in 2031