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At Deutsche Bank’s New York Headquarters, Work Is About More than the Desk
A move uptown was an opportunity for the financial giant and Gensler, its designer, to explore a new, more flexible way of working.
A Brand-New Mies van der Rohe Joins Indiana University’s Collection of Modernist Buildings
Based on a never-built 1952 design, the new building will house the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture & Design, while graduate architecture programs occupy another modernist gem in nearby Columbus.
Cairo Modern Celebrates Egyptian Modernism and Raises the Alarm for Its Future
On view at the Center for Architecture in New York City, the exhibition features 20 projects in Cairo and a warning about the threatened future of Egypt’s Modernist heritage.
A Virtual Exhibition Explores Ways to Upcycle Single-Use Plastics
The online show “Precious Waste” is the result of an annual collaboration between UK design firm PriestmanGoode and students at the Royal College of Art.
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.