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Holding Pattern

Last year’s PS1 Young Architect’s set up was hard to miss. News about dancing poles was popping up everywhere, and as fictitious as they sounded, the poles really did bring a lively sense of movement to museum’s courtyard. This year, … Continue reading

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Success Story

It’s not often that we take a closer look at the places we inhabit and use often, even though there could be the potential for some valuable architectural lessons. Why are certain buildings successful? Why are others less so? In … Continue reading

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Paul Goldberger on the Future

A few weeks ago, I talked about Future Plans in architecture. We see one long-term plan after the other, all making promises with an expected completion date in a few decades. In this month’s Metropolis Magazine, Paul Goldberger discusses a … 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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