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Past articles by Zach:

Boston-area smart city aims at city's booming tech sector

A 1,500-acre site, dubbed Union Point is being developed 12 miles south of Boston, and this “smart city" will specially cater to technology companies. → Read More

The iconic St. Louis Arch is revamped with new landscape designs.

The winning landscape design by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates adds paths, green space, and a subterranean museum entrance to the Arch's park. → Read More

Austin is getting its own "smart" street—the "Smart 2nd Street Living Lab"

If successful, the smart city technology being deployed on Austin's 2nd Street could be extended elsewhere throughout the city. → Read More

Norman Foster Foundation inaugurates new foundation with major forum

The Norman Foster Foundation itself occupies a stately 1902 residence about a mile north of the Museo del Prado and Madrid’s city center. → Read More

Saskia Sassen on how the powerless can "hack" global cities

"The disadvantaged and excluded can gain presence in such cities in a way they cannot in neat, homogenous provincial cities." —Saskia Sassen → Read More

The Architect's Newspaper launched Facebook bot with Hoverpin

We've partnered with Hoverpin, a free app that helps users find new people, places, and events, to help you find architecture-related stories near you. → Read More

Subway service stinks and the MTA has a new plan to fix it

This afternoon MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota laid out a short-term plan to improve declining service across the New York City subway system. → Read More

Facebook and OMA to team up for Menlo Park master plan

Facebook and OMA will file a plan with Menlo Park this month, which will start a more formal review process with the community and officials. → Read More

For "Design Episodes," the Art Institute highlights its most enigmatic pieces

For "Design Episodes," graphic designer Amir Berbić produced a custom installation "Boundary Lines," which fills the windows overlooking Griffin Court. → Read More

Six innovative American projects you should know about

This July 4th, we're celebrating American ingenuity with six architectural and urban projects that are pushing the envelope. → Read More

Situ Studio designs a uniquely flexible interior for Turntable Lab

Turntable Lab's new store required adaptability but the owners didn’t want to lose the gritty basement feel of the old location. → Read More

New book by Salvatore Settis asks: What if Venice dies?

"If Venice Dies" by Salvatore Settis was translated by André Naffis-Sahely and is available from the New Vessel Press, $16.95. → Read More

MAK Center's "Mandla Reuter: Wasser" explores materials lose their roots

"Mandla Reuter: Wasser" is on vew at the The MAK Center, 835 North Kings Road, West Hollywood, California, through June 4, 2017. → Read More

Outback and Beyond: 6 Remote Houses in the Australian Wilderness

A collection of rural Australian residences - from the bush to beach-side, small cabins to large retreats. → Read More

Outback and Beyond: 6 Remote Houses in the Australian Wilderness

A collection of rural Australian residences - from the bush to beach-side, small cabins to large retreats. → Read More

Los Angeles will refill the 96-acre Silver Lake Reservoir

The reservoir was emptied in 2015 after a new underground reservoir was constructed nearby, leaving behind an empty, 45-foot-deep dust bowl. → Read More

Roxy Paine's surreal dioramas go on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City

New York–based artist Roxy Paine has two series of artworks—both distinct and striking—on display at Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea. The first are the "Den → Read More

Liam Young uses film to explore how technology will shapes cities and daily life

"Liam Young: New Romance" is on view at The Ross Gallery in Buell Hall at Columbia University through May 13. → Read More

New York architect and professor Diane Lewis passes away

Diane Lewis, recipient of the 1976 Rome Architecture Prize in Architecture and the 2008 Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award, passed away this m → Read More

Craft collaborations elevate Thakoon’s flagship Soho store by SHoP Architects

Thakoon Panichgul's fashion designs have won him fans from Michelle Obama to Target, but he and SHoP faced a complex challenge with his first store. → Read More