Tag Archives: Guy Horton

Should Ouroussoff Be Missed?

As we now all know, Nicolai Ouroussoff may not have been good enough. But in his ArchDaily column The Indicator, Guy Horton argues that we shouldn’t be too quick to jump for joy at the news of the critic’s departure … Continue reading

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From the Archives: Utopian Architecture

Rather than picking an article from arch-criticism’s past, a different kind of past has been on my mind the last couple of days – Utopian Architecture. Once upon a time, there was Buckminster Fuller, 20th century inventor and visionary, who … Continue reading

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The Broad Point

I had originally planned to discuss Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s design for the new Broad Art Foundation, which has recently been flooding architecture news sites and magazines, by taking a look at the reviews published in the New York Times … Continue reading

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