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Should architecturally significant low-income housing be preserved?

Ashima Krishna, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York and Kerry Traynor, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York This past...

If you’re not getting enough nature during the lockdown, try bringing...

Kevin Nute, University of Hawaii Pandemics change everything, including the way we design buildings. After the 1918 Spanish flu and the scourge of tuberculosis, there was...

Solar farms, power stations and water treatment plants can be attractions...

Margaret Birney Vickery, University of Massachusetts Amherst Amid the economic and social fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people see the process of restarting society...

Yes, websites really are starting to look more similar

Sam Goree, Indiana University Over the past few years, articles and blog posts have started to ask some version of the same question: “Why are...

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...

Want better tips? Go for gold

Na Young Lee, University of Dayton Although tipping is generally thought to be a voluntary payment meant to express gratitude to a service worker, the...

How stereo was first sold to a skeptical public

Jonathan Schroeder, Rochester Institute of Technology and Janet Borgerson, DePaul University When we hear the word “stereo” today, we might simply think of a sound...

Parks help cities – but only if people use them

Thaisa Way, University of Washington In cities, access to parks is strongly linked with better health for both people and neighborhoods. Children suffer higher rates of...

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Babies in your 30s? Don’t worry, your great-grandma did it too

By Jenna Healey, Yale University The shift towards late motherhood – commonly defined as motherhood after 35 – is often presented as a story of...