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Ep. 135 – What’s in a Building?

Ep. 135 – What’s in a Building?

In this episode, British architect Charles Holland explores the methods and importance of experiencing architecture in our everyday lives, the subject of his new book, How to Enjoy Architecture: A… READ MORE

The Elusive Archive

The Elusive Archive

Despina Stratigakos— How I wish this book had existed when I was a student pursuing the fugitive histories of women architects! In the 1990s publications on women in architecture were… READ MORE

Seeking Pleasure in Sacred Places

Seeking Pleasure in Sacred Places

Subhashini Kaligotla— A significant number of ancient Indian temples fall under the jurisdiction of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). These tend to have the hushed feel of museums, with… READ MORE

The Frank Lloyd Wright We Didn’t Know

The Frank Lloyd Wright We Didn’t Know

Anthony Alofsin— When you think about Frank Lloyd Wright, you think of him as the architect of the prairies and Chicago, but there’s another story—Wright and New York—that reveals a… READ MORE

Our Days Are Like Full Years

Our Days Are Like Full Years

On a winter day in 1953, a mysterious man in a sheepskin coat stood out to Harriet Pattison, then a theater student at Yale. She would later learn he was… READ MORE

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