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Past articles by Fred:

Inside Studio Gang's Latest Project, a Brooklyn Firehouse and Training Facility

The firm's recent project demonstrates how design can serve the greater good → Read More

The New Museum's Expansion by OMA Will Transform the NYC Institution

The $63 million extension—designed by Shohei Shigematsu of the Dutch firm long led by Rem Koolhaas—is so fully resolved that it seems like it couldn’t have been imagined any other way → Read More

Why Architect Cary Tamarkin Is Making a Change

Coping with a serious health condition hasn’t deterred the New York artist and developer from embarking on his most creative chapter yet → Read More

This Year’s Serpentine Pavilion Obscures the Line Between Architecture and Nature

Designed by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami, the annual London attraction will be a sight for delight when it opens in June → Read More

The Met Explores a Year of Architecture in a Day

Liz Diller, Frida Escobedo, and More spoke about their latest projects this weekend → Read More

The Iconic Ford Foundation Building in NYC Is Given a Modernizing Makeover

Under President Darren Walker, the midtown landmark—with its leafy central atrium—was thoughtfully updated to increase access and provide a more egalitarian workspace → Read More

At Global Grad Show, Design Students Address Waste, Immigration, and More

The fourth iteration of the Global Grad Show at Dubai Design Week showed innovation across a multitude of issues → Read More

Step Inside Westminster Abbey's First Major Addition Since 1745

The new tower and queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries will allow visitors to deepen their understanding of the abbey's rich thousand-year history → Read More

Why the Vatican Is Showing at the Venice Biennale

The Church has enlisted several architects in a project that bridges religion and design → Read More

The Pioneering Architect Who Only Built 10 Percent of His Buildings

Will Alsop, the British architectural provocateur whose use of bright colors and pop-art patterns brought him renown around the world, died in London last week. Alsop, who was 70, may be best known for his 2004 addition to the Ontario College of Art and Design: a large speckled box lifted several stories above Toronto on spindly purple, blue, and yellow legs. It resembled a child’s model of an… → Read More

These Iconic Brutalist Buildings Are Captured in the Throes of Destruction

Designed by such architects as Paul Rudolph, Marcel Breuer, and John Johansen, the concrete buildings were photographed at the moment they succumbed → Read More

Anda Andrei, the Woman Who Translates Designers's Visions into Some of New York City's Chicest Hotels

Four decades ago Anda Andrei left her native Romania and built a groundbreaking career → Read More

See How One of Britain’s Rising-Star Architects Works Magic in Impossible Sites

Jamie Fobert has won high-profile commissions from Givenchy and Versace, discerning private clients, and two premier U.K. museums → Read More

Toshiko Mori Challenges Strong Men Through Her Architecture

Of renovating buildings by architecture masters she has said, "I'm respectful but not subservient" → Read More

This Pritzker Prize Winner's 70-Year Career Started With a Pigsty

Kevin Roche's modernist projects have made a lasting stamp on the world stage → Read More

Matthias Hollwich Brings European Views on Aging to American Architecture

The German architect is especially interested in how architecture can help us all age better → Read More

Why Sandro Marpillero Left Italy for New York and a "Life in Translation"

The Italian-American architect's latest project is a public library in Elmhurst, Queens, designed to be a hub for its multilingual neighborhood → Read More

Who Will Win the 2018 Pritzker Prize?

Fred Bernstein predicts the top contenders for architecture's most prestigious prize → Read More

12 Logos that Look Like the Iconic Buildings They Represent

Alluring and elegant 2-D evocations of standout structures → Read More

Elizabeth Diller Trusts Her Survivor's Instinct

A MacArthur genius and principal of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, this Poland-born starchitect is known for pushing boundaries → Read More