The architect spoke with RECORD about the 230,000-square-foot Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, which adds space for exhibitions and education.
Lesley Lokko, Global Architect and Novelist, Appointed Architecture Dean at City College of New York
Born in Scotland and raised in Ghana, Lokko leaves the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg to become dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York.
The 20th anniversary of the awards program honors Thomas Phifer, IwamotoScott, and SCAPE Landscape Architecture, among others, for their excellence in design.
SHoP's Innovation Lab for the Benchmark School addresses academic challenges through architectural thinking.
A tight site on a frenetic corner in Mexico City is transformed into a contemplative refuge.
The Spur has just opened on the south edge of Hudson Yards.
Three architects will compete to reimagine the landmark and research site.
A scheme by Sasaki aims to transform the plaza into a “welcoming front yard for civic life.”
A vineyard in the Chinese countryside both incorporates tradition and defies it.
A firm designs a flexible prototype of a self-sufficient farming system, incorporating hydroponics, aquaponics, and animal husbandry.
In South Korea, a hilltop chapel's geometric forms draw on the history of sacred buildings.
Those attending the 2019 AIA Conference on Architecture would be wise to budget a few extra minutes between sessions to catch a movie.
A New York architect recalls an extraordinary birthday 45 years ago, when, as a young student, he met a constellation of Modernism's stars, all in a single day.
RECORD rounds up half a dozen new books exploring the Bauhaus from different angles.
A serene, meditative sanctuary beckons to young people on the campus of a private Catholic high school in California.
Stanley Tigerman, the revered and irreverent unofficial chief of Chicago architects, died June 3, 2019, at 88.
Studio Gang’s first large-scale residential project in New York is slated for completion at the end of 2020.
The incoming dean of the Harvard GSD speaks with RECORD about her plans for the school and the future of architecture education.
Called the "Library of Trees," new public park in the heart of Milan riffs on the traditional botanical garden.