Tatiana Bilbao

Tatiana Bilbao of CDMX-based Tatiana Bilbao Estudio talks with Ana Miljački about working with governmental bodies, social housing, changing office culture, and how to engage the leverage points within systems of power.


J. Meejin Yoon: What’s the Matter?

The dean of the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University takes stock of the present moment to delve into how architects can build, create, and enable what matters.


Retaining Walls

A design commission in a ghost town turned tourist destination allowed Departamento del Distrito to explore ideas about historic preservation.


Back to School

Borderless Studio reimagines a shuttered Chicago public school as a vital community center.


Studio Zewde

Sara Zewde and Ana Miljački talk about alternative ways of doing landscape architecture, racial tokenism, design cyphers, and the value of architects as synthesizers.


The Material and the Immaterial

TO's design for a temporary pavilion in Mexico City speaks to the firm's fascination with material reuse and historical resonance.


A Creek Runs through It

Dept. argues for a hyperlocal, community-oriented approach to flood management in North Miami.


Citygroup: Off the Fence

One of six installations for the digital exhibition by winners of the 2022 League Prize.

Digital Installation