Architecture News

Inside the Sucessful Union Campaign at Bernheimer Architecture

Following the failed unionization effort at SHoP last winter, the New York-based firm made history early this month when principal Andrew Bernheimer voluntarily recognized the country’s first private sector architecture firm.

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Radical Pedagogies Explores Teaching Lessons from the Past

A dossier of 1960s and ’70s pedagogical experiments from around the world, a new book collects accounts of teaching techniques and organizational models that resonate today.

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Herzog & de Meuron’s Design Revealed for Alexander Calder Exhibition Site in Philadelphia

The planned Calder Gardens will seamlessly link indoor and outdoor spaces along the city’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

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Tribute: John K. Rauch (1930-2022)

As a close collaborator of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Rauch helped change the course of 20th-century architecture.

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