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Steven Holl, Steven Holl Architects

A feature on the projects and ideas of the New York architect, on the occasion of his participation in the 2012-13 Current Work program, which highlights the work of major, international figures in architecture and design.

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Emerging Voices 2012

Interviews, project slideshows, and lecture videos for the 2012 winners.

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Seung H-Sang and Barry Bergdoll

A conversation between Seung and Bergdoll about the Korean architect’s influences, his interest in emptiness and site, and the public role of architecture today.

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Ulrich Franzen

A feature honoring and remembering the famous modernist and his impact on the Architectural League, of which he was President from 1966-68 and a Board Member until his death in 2012.

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Gregg Pasquarelli, SHoP Architects

An interview with SHoP partner Gregg Pasquarelli in conjunction with his January 2011 Current Work lecture.

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Simón Vélez

An interview with Simón Vélez in conjunction with his February 2011 Current Work lecture.

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Little Free Library/NYC

Presenting—including a new documentary video—the design, installation, and use of ten Little Free Libraries across the East Village and the Lower East Side that were on view through September 1, 2013.

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Arthur Drexler: Unfinished Modern

A two-part lecture on future directions in architecture from the Architectural League’s archives.

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A Walk Through the University of Arkansas School of Architecture

In 2013, Marlon Blackwell Architects expanded the school’s home with a renovation and addition honoring the historic building in a contemporary language. Blackwell toured the school with Tom Phifer.

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In Conversation: Sheila O’Donnell + John Tuomey with Kenneth Frampton

O’Donnell + Tuomey discuss their vision for Irish architecture, creating mobility in static forms, and bringing the rigors of traditional craft to contemporary work.

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Architectural League Prize 2012: No Precedent

A feature documenting the 2012 winners, with images of the exhibition at Parsons and video interviews with the firms.

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Bijoy Jain, Studio Mumbai

An interview with Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai in conjunction with his March 2011 Current Work lecture.

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Renewing Arverne

A three part feature considering the past, present, and uncertain future of the Arverne Urban Renewal Area, an important but vulnerable public asset.

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Ada Louise Huxtable Feature

Ada Louise Huxtable

Reflections on the life and work of the great Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic by architects, journalists, developers, and city officials.

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Beaux Arts Ball 2014: Craft

In anticipation of this year’s Beaux Arts Ball and its theme of Craft, we highlighted the work and expertise of the many artisans, consultants, and designers involved in the extensive restoration of the event venue, a landmarked bank building in Williamsburg.

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200 Years of American Architectural Drawing

Revisiting a 1977 exhibition and publication on the previously unexplored role of drawing within the profession of architecture through the work of 85 accomplished architects of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

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Vacant Lots

Commentary and selections from the League’s 1987 design study, which considered the potential of small-scale infill housing to contribute to the city’s affordable housing portfolio.

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In Conversation: Guy Nordenson and Thomas Phifer

Nordenson and Phifer reflect on several of the projects they have completed together and their conceptual approach to collaborative practice as the continuous development of a shared sensibility.

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Alberto Kalach, Taller de Arquitectura X

In two video podcasts, the architect discusses his recent work and visionary plans for his native Mexico City.

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Meeting the Demands of New York’s New Realities

On the year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, a feature showcasing ideas from the design community and beyond that confront the challenges presented by our region’s vulnerability to severe storms and rising tides.

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