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Can Manuals and Toolkits Help Us Design a Safer Present or Future?
Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, architecture and design firms across the country have shared numerous toolkits and manuals, but will they help build a future rooted in equity?
Lighting Adds to the Graphic Quality of New York’s Poster House
At the city's newest museum—next in our series on lighting schemes around the world—LTL Architects and Lumen Architecture use LEDs to heighten the atmosphere of a sensitive adaptive reuse project.
Behind the Curtain: How Marybeth Shaw Drives Creative Production at Wolf-Gordon
For decades, Shaw has looked to unconventional talents, collaborating with fledgeling designers to bring their textile work into production.
In Contemporary Architecture, the Section Is the Generator
The founding partners of LTL Architects explain the utility of section drawings and their influence on 21st-century architecture.
Inside Columbia University’s New State-of-the-Art Media Hub
A new media hub at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism seeks to address the dramatic shifts in the profession.
LTL Architects’ New Student Center Builds on DeafSpace Principles
Faced with the ultimate universal design challenge, LTL Architects creates a new student center based on DeafSpace principles.