Each 5KL participant is asked the same four questions on how we think, talk, and act on architecture, climate change, and our economic future.
Drawing on ideas explored in her book Eco-Republic, Melissa Lane suggests a new ideal of citizenship, and the role of architects, in a sustainable society.
May 9, 2013 | Thomas Gluck, Mimi Hoang, Nicole Robertson, Alex Terzich | Video from a program on modular construction.
An introduction to a new initiative of the League that imagines the shift to an economically and ecologically viable American future.
Susana Torre reflects on the ideas raised by her 1977 exhibition Women in American Architecture, and how the discourse about women in the profession has and has not changed over time.
A report by Ray Gastil, with Abby Bussel, Paula Deitz, and Rosalie Genevro, about contemporary culture and the important and positive ways in which the role of architecture and design in city building is evolving.
League Executive Director Rosalie Genevro describes the catalyst for Success Looks Different Now and explains the evolution and scope of the study.
The three architects and League staff discuss the work of Amateur Architecture Studio and the nature of Wang and Lu’s collaboration.
Remembrances from five of the members of the original Vacant Lots organizing committee.
An interview with the former Deputy Commissioner for Development at NYC Housing Preservation and Development, who was instrumental in organizing Vacant Lots.
Original material from the Vacant Lots design study publication outlines the historical context, organization and goals of the project.
Rosalie Genevro reflects on the economics of affordable housing and how to bridge the gap between the actual cost of providing housing and the ability to pay of people who need it.
A conversation on the highs and lows of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale
June 17, 2010 | Urban designer Alex Garvin discusses two of the most ambitious public planning initiatives of the past decade in New York City.