Design Roulette: Architects Set Loose in the World

A discussion of design and geography at the Architectural Association in London this spring turned into an examination of difference and uniformity in the work of architects practicing globally.

Newsmaker: Smiljan Radić

This year's Serpentine Pavilion designer, Smiljan Radić, may not be as well-known as some of his pavilion-designer predecessors, but, according to the curators, "Radić is a key protagonist of an amazing architectural explosion in Chile."

Critique: Rem’s Rules

At the Venice Biennale, Rem Koolhaas urges visitors to look at architecture’s fundamentals, but exactly what is he asking us to consider?

Newsmaker: Gere Kavanaugh

This year's Julia Morgan Icon Award recipient, chosen by the Los Angeles Design Festival, is Gere Kavanaugh, one of California’s pioneer female designers.

Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype Unveiled in New York CIty

The New York City Office of Emergency Management begins testing its new architecture of disaster relief.

Venice Dispatch: Highlights from the National Pavilions

While the Korean pavilion won the Golden Lion, and Chile took the silver, many other national participations in the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale offered interesting variations on 'Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014,' the theme set out by director Rem Koolhaas.

David Adjaye-Designed Sugar Hill Affordable Housing Development Nears Completion in Harlem

The 191,500-square-foot mixed-use development incorporates permanently affordable housing, pre-kindergarten classrooms, and the new Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling.

Newsmaker: Eric Cesal

Eric Cesal is the new executive director of Architecture for Humanity (AFH), the nonprofit’s board of directors announced today. A longtime volunteer, Cesal joined AFH full-time in 2010 to start the Haiti Rebuilding Center in Port-au-Prince. Since 2012 he has led the organization’s global post-disaster rebuilding efforts from its headquarters in San Francisco. Cesal replaces founding executive director Cameron Sinclair, who, with cofounder Kate Stohr, announced their resignation last fall.

Venice Dispatch: Golden Lions for Phyllis Lambert and Korean Pavilion

The Venice Archtiecture Biennale jury awarded the Golden Lion for a national pavilion to the Minsuk Cho-organized Korean exhibition and another to Phyllis Lambert for lifetime achievement.

Digging for The Past and Future

A new archaeology campus designed by Moshe Safdie is under construction on a Jerusalem hillside.

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