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Sandfuture, an Unconventional Biography of Minoru Yamasaki, Pushes the Boundaries of Architectural Writing
Author Justin Beal discusses his new book and the complicated legacy of the World Trade Center’s architect.
A New Book by Shannon Mattern Reveals the Consequences of ‘Smart Cities’
A City Is Not a Computer reassesses computational models of urbanism, arguing the impossibility of summarizing our messy cities with tidy narratives.
A New Book Chronicles the History of Cranbrook Academy of Art
With Eyes Opened includes profiles of 200 artists associated with the influential art school over more than eighty years.
Skylar Tibbits Says Materials Science Will Make Our World Less Digital—and More Wondrous
Things Fall Together: A Guide to the New Materials Revolution is the designer and MIT Self-Assembly Lab Director’s latest investigation into how new materials research will impact design.
Can Indigenous Technology Point the Way to a More Sustainable Future?
A new book proposes that traditional ecological knowledge could provide a model for sustainable and resilient infrastructures.