An unrecognizable Los Angeles skyline in

Architecture: the Unsung Hero of Your Favorite Film

by Olivia Jia How does the built environment–whether fictitious or entirely founded in reality–impact how we experience and process film? From lesser-known indies to blockbuster movies, the ways in which architecture and the built environment inform everything from...
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The Living: The connections that form the frame (shown) of a partition by The Living for Airbus are based on design permutations from natural structures.

When Architecture, Art, and Biology Collide | Architect Magazine

A recent symposium at the University of Minnesota explored the convergence of these three fields and the interdisciplinary design solutions that result in the built environment and beyond.   By Blaine Brownell In April, several University of Minnesota colleagues and I hosted...
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Chiswick House by Lord Burlington, 1729. © RIBA Collections.

‘Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected’ opens at RIBA’s Architecture Gallery

LONDON.- The Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio is the only architect who has given his name to a style; one that is still in use around the world after nearly 500 years. From the US Capitol to a 21st century Somerset cowshed Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad and the...
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Cover of ‘Brodsky & Utkin’ (courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

The Most Fantastic Architecture of the Soviet Union Was Built on Paper

by Allison Meier Restricted by the aesthetic limits on architecture in the Soviet Union, Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin imagined the most fantastic cities and wondrous structures on paper. From 1978 until the end of their partnership in 1993, Brodsky and Utkin collaborated on...
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