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The Common Denominator

Rap superstar Common hosts a new furniture design competition
   

Sneak Peak: ‘David Adjaye—Collaborations’

A new documentary celebrates David Adjaye’s creative partnerships and their results.
   

Exhibition Review: Bjarke Ingels’ ‘Hot to Cold ‘at the National Building Museum

The show takes visitors on an odyssey of BIG’s work, from the deserts of Qatar to the ski slopes of Finland.
 

Case Closed: Zaha Hadid v. New York Review of Books and Martin Filler

After a highly publicized five-month battle, the dust has finally settled on the lawsuit that Zaha Hadid filed against New York Review of Books (NYRB) and critic Martin Filler.
   

AIA Rejects Ethics Amendment

In December, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) declined to adopt a rule forbidding AIA members to design specific buildings whose purposes involve human-rights violations (as defined by international laws), such as executions or prolonged solitary confinement.
   

What Does a U.S.– Cuba Détente Mean for Architecture?

Belmont Freeman considers what it might mean for architecture—its practice, appreciation, and preservation—in Cuba.
 



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