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Why so many architects are angered by ‘Making Federal Buildings Beautiful...

Kai Gutschow, Carnegie Mellon University Decades of federal architectural policy would be upended if the Trump administration follows through on an executive order that was...

I run ‘facial recognition’ on buildings to unlock architectural secrets

Peter Christensen, University of Rochester About a decade ago, a modest update to Apple’s iPhoto software showed me a new way to study architectural history....

Stock investors on higher floors take more risks – here’s why

Sina Esteky, Miami University Stocks have been on a bumpy ride lately as concerns over a trade war prompt investors to rethink their appetite for...

Architecture in 2018: Look to the streets, not the sky

Sean Weiss, City College of New York A decade after the global economic collapse, urban development is booming. This is good news for architects. Indeed,...

Could razing Hitler’s first home backfire?

Despina Stratigakos, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York The Austrian government has announced that it will demolish or completely remake the house...

The global impact of air conditioning: big and getting bigger

Lucas Davis, University of California, Berkeley With a heat wave pushing the heat index well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) through much of the...

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Virtual distance: technology is rewriting the rulebook for human interaction

By Karen Sobel Lojeski, Stony Brook University and Martin Westwell, Flinders University Consider the following two situations. In the first scenario, a man and a woman...