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News + Events

What We're ReadingSeptember 9, 2018Jeff GoodellRolling Stone
Puerto Rico has not recovered. In fact, it’s arguably as close to collapse as it has ever been. The power is on and the roads are open, but if you look closely, the entire island is held together with duct tape and baling wire. Tens of thousands of people are still living under the blue tarps that were installed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency on houses that had their roofs blown off...
What We're ReadingApril 19, 2018Alexandra LangeCurbed
Something, anything, to keep your reader from the truth: that your subject is an abstraction-spouting workaholic with a huge team of people who have drawn, rendered, detailed, supervised, constructed the work in question. The profile lives to serve the simplest possible narrative of architecture: one man, glorious inspiration, a building.
What We're ReadingFebruary 27, 2018Erin BibaEarther
What We're ReadingFebruary 25, 2018
Extreme weather due to climate change displaced more than a million people from their homes last year. It could soon reshape the nation
What We're SayingFebruary 16, 2018Linda PoonCityLab
If cities keep growing as they do now, nearly 400 of them will sprawl into the habitats of endangered species by 2030.
What We're WritingFebruary 1, 2018Frederick R. SteinerUniversity of Texas Press
This frank, first-person account of developing plans for the city of Austin and the University of Texas campus offers a practical primer on community and regional planning by one of the leading experts in the field.
What We're WritingJanuary 29, 2018Katherine RandallThe Boston Globe
What We're SayingJanuary 19, 2018Howard Kunreuther and Billy FlemingKnowledge@Wharton
What We're ReadingJanuary 1, 2018

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