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Public Architecture Now!
Philip Jodidio


We tend to divide buildings into two basic categories—private structures such as houses, and public buildings like railway stations, concert halls or museums. Public buildings have limits of their own: whether a courthouse or an airport, a stadium or college campus, questions of style, function or cost are clearly posed. Resolving such tensions is just […]


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Architecture & Design, part. 13
Santiago Calatrava


Santiago Calatrava is one of the most gifted living architects. His work transcends sculpture and brings architecture and engineering together in magnificently harmonious ways.


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Architecture & Design, part 1
Marc-Antoine Laugier


Mark Antoine Laugier’s Essay on Architecture featured an image that is famous because of how it represents architecture. Architecture has changed a lot over the centuries, but some things remain the same.


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