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The Architectural League Prize 2017: Support

Announcing the winners of the Architectural League Prize 2017: Support

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Emerging Voices 2015

View lecture videos, read roundtable conversations, and see profiles on each of the eight 2015 Emerging Voices.

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Architectural League Prize 2013: Range

On the occasion of the 2014 Architectural League Prize competition call for entries, explore the final installment of interviews with the 2013 winners.

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Renzo Piano

A feature looking back on the architect’s long relationship with the League, including several lectures and a 1992 exhibition.

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Folly 2012: Curtain

Explore the winning proposal for Folly 2012, Curtain by Jerome W. Haferd and K. Brandt Knapp, through an interview with the designers.

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Urban Omnibus

Theater-makers, natives, and newcomers draw mental maps of how they navigate comfort and discomfort in a rapidly changing city.

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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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Making Room

Exploring contemporary challenges in and possible solutions for creating affordable, legal, safe, comfortable, and desirable options in New York City’s housing market.

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Simón Vélez

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

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Emerging Voices 2016

View lecture videos, read roundtable conversations, and see profiles on each of the eight 2016 Emerging Voices.

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As Seen On [ ]

A collection of the winning essays from the fourth annual Urban Omnibus writing competition, As Seen On [ ].

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Tod Williams & Billie Tsien, TWBTA

Tod Williams and Billie Tsien on recent projects for the arts.

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Material Flows, Ecosystem Growth, and Urban Landscape Renewal

A 2008 lecture by biologist and plant scientist Paul Mankiewicz on how to improve the environmental, infrastructural and economic health of cities through enhanced ecological productivity and biodiversity.

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Sarah Wigglesworth, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects

On the occasion of her 2013 Current Work lecture, Sarah Wigglesworth sits down to discuss her home building project, environmental and social sustainability, and women in architecture.

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Pavilions and Follies

Reinterpreting the architectural folly for the 21st century.

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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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5KL: The Energy Issue

Full documentation of a recent Five Thousand Pound Life symposium, in which architects led discussions with the investors, entrepreneurs, scientists, policy experts, journalists, and filmmakers closest to the power of energy.

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Emerging Voices 2014

View a series of interviews and lecture videos for the eight firms selected as 2014 Emerging Voices.

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Mid-Century Masters

A four-part series of audio recordings from the Architectural League’s archives of leading figures in post-war modernism.

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A Centennial Sketchbook for Grand Central Terminal

A gallery of the winning work from a drawing competition exploring the legacy and iconicity of a New York City landmark, with comments from competition jurors.

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