The architecture of the Cuban revolution
Josef Asteinza considers the architecture of the Cuban revolution and its impact on the city of Havana.
Proposal | L+
A kit-of-parts strategy deploys modular furniture and infrastructure for innovative programming in existing libraries and new, non-traditional sites, aligning library design with contemporary needs.
Ants of the Prairie lecture
In her 2014 Emerging Voices lecture, Joyce Hwang advocates for cross-species design.
Charles Waldheim on creating an empirical urban position
Waldheim is a Canadian-American architect, urban theorist, and Chair of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He brings an academic perspective to the relationship of density and carbon, building a case for a new professional identity for the design disciplines based around a framework of ecological thinking.