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In Uncertain Times, Spiegel Aihara Workshop is Just the Shape-Shifting Studio We Need
In addition to running their San Francisco-based practice, Megumi Aihara and Dan Spiegel are both professors of architecture at universities in California.
Perched Over 2,000-Year-Old Roman Mosaics and Ruins, This Hotel Takes a Bold Approach to Historic Preservation
Designed by EAA–Emre Arolat Architecture, the 199-room hotel in Antakya, Turkey, features prefab modules slotted into a massive network of steel columns.
The Enduring Lives of Sasa Machtig’s Modular Creations
The plug-in craze of the experimental architectural groups of the 1960s spawned mostly paper fantasies. In Slovenia, one scheme—by the architect Sasa Machtig—was actually realized.
The Y:Cube Prefab Takes on London’s Housing Crisis
With the prefab Y: Cube, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners hopes to finally make a dent in London’s housing problem.
Prefab: The Dream that Refused to Die
The 1990s brought a renewed interest in an old idea. But for the most part, the newcomers were as perplexed by the challenge as the masters of design who preceded them.