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‘Get Rid of the Zionists Here’

Erwin Chemerinsky, the law dean at UC-Berkeley, confronts student protesters in his own backyard. By Len Gutkin Carolyn Fong, Redux // for full bleed half split – figure’s parent container shouldn’t calc max-height // and should be set to 100% instead – querySelector === baseClassName let parent = document.querySelector(‘figure.FullBleedFigureHalfSplit’).parentElement parent.style.maxHeight = “100%” Erwin Chemerinsky, the […]

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Universal Hall, an iconic 1965 building in Skopje, North Macedonia, partially destroyed by fire

Universal Hall, a monumental 1965 cultural venue designed by Vladimir Jaroslav, Ljubomir Stankov, and K. Stankova-Mutafova, caught fire in Skopje, North Macedonia, on April 9. Repairs were happening on the midcentury building’s signature dome when a massive fire broke out, destroying its roof. Nobody was injured, but the catastrophe has caught the attention of architects

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New York’s FLACO Act is a start, but bird safety legislation could go further

The untimely death of New York City’s beloved Flaco the owl has prompted renewed calls to make New York safer for birds, and rightfully so. As an architect, I’ve seen the positive impact of measures designed to protect the bird population. So I support Senator Hoylman-Sigal’s two pieces of legislation—the FLACO Act and the Dark Skies Protection

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Check out the new categories in AN’s 2024 Best of Practice Awards

The Architect’s Newspaper’s Best of Practice Awards is open for 2024, and a new year brings with it new categories. The award celebrates the companies that create our built environment, considering not just which businesses are creating meaningful work, but also how these practices are run. With submissions open from now until April 19, this

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Anne Holtrop speaks about his architecture, teaching, and the ongoing conflict in Gaza

Anne Holtrop’s architecture is concerned with fundamental questions about forms and materials. He doesn’t “want to define the form of things, so [he] build[s] in all kinds of constraints and conditions to make form happen in other ways,” he told AN’s executive editor Jack Murphy in a recent conversation over Zoom just before his new

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Kohn Shnier and ERA Architects renovate University of Toronto library, adding a copper-sheathed elevator tower

Architect: Kohn Shnier, ERA ArchitectsLocation: TorontoCompletion Date: 2022 University College is a historic gothic building on the University of Toronto campus. Built in 1859, the structure is a designated National Historic Site. In 1890, a fire broke out in the building, destroying the college’s library. After the fire, the building was reconstructed, however, the library

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Morphosis crafts a geology-inspired headquarters for ENI outside of Milan

Architect: MorphosisLocation: San Donato, ItalyCompletion Date: 2023 Morphosis has delivered a new headquarters for ENI, the Italian energy giant. The campus is located in Milan’s San Donato municipality where the company has operated from since 1952 when Enrico Mattei, the company’s founder, hired architect Mario Bacciocchi to masterplan a company town. They called the planned

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Patek Philippe’s Ref. 5378/1R-001 Goes For Gold With New Bracelet

Sometimes, a watch just needs to get made to be an unqualified success but this is not the case with Ref. 5378/1R-001. Although a staple at Patek Philippe, the watch earned its place in the collection without the benefit of any sort of trend. Indeed, the original Golden Ellipse and all subsequent editions with bracelets

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Discover a Venetian Jewel: The Sina Centurion Palace

Sina Centurion Palace As you wander through the secluded streets of Dorsoduro, where private galleries and artists’ studios pepper the landscape, you’ll stumble upon this five-star boutique hotel standing proudly at the mouth of the majestic Grand Canal. An Artistic Oasis Sina Centurion Palace Once an ancient convent, the palace exudes Venetian gothic charm with

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Side Angle Side delivers an interior for Tiny Grocer and Bureau de Poste in Austin’s Hyde Park

In Austin, local architects Side Angle Side and Thoughtbarn collaborated on a new location for Tiny Grocer, a boutique grocery store, and a small French bistro called Bureau de Poste. The bistro is helmed by chef Jo Chan of Top Chef fame, and its name takes cues from the architecture itself—both grocer and bistro are

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