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► In “Bulldozer,” Constantine Maroulis Brings Rock to Urban Planning

The "American Idol" and Broadway vet discusses playing NYC's notorious master builder in a new Off-Broadway musical.

How Out-of-the-Way Arts Institutions Build Community

Crystal Bridges and Grace Farms, out-of-the-way museums focused on expanded community access to art.

New Frontier at Tippet Rise Art Center: Access for All

Spectacular Tippet Rise exemplifies the goal to increase access to art beyond cities.

Sarah Goldhagen: How Built Forms Form Us

Goldhagen discusses the science of architecture's powerful effects on human beings.

In Dubai, Architect Rem Koolhaas Sees Art in Concrete

The galleries of Al Quoz in Dubai: little seen by the UAE's 15 million annual visitors.

Ai Weiwei Puts You Under Surveillance at the Armory

Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron stage engagement with omnipresent surveillance.

Habitat 67 Turns 50: Safdie Talks Ethical Architecture

Fifty years after Habitat, architect Moshe Safdie's radical vision is becoming reality.

Three British Princesses Champion the Enlightenment

An exhibition shows these British princesses embraced progress, art and science.

The Art and Commerce of Miriam Ellner’s Verre Eglomisé

An interview with a 60+ artist who's updating an ancient medium.

Brand Identity: Renovate or Build from the Ground Up?

Branding lessons from the concrete world of home renovation.

How Architects Nearly Screwed Up Modernity

Thanks, Frank. You and others explored the true meaning of modernity and its democratic principles, and expressed such in your works, leading us to sustainability.

Building Better Buildings for the Arts

Now all we have to do is convince our clients...

Two Outstanding Performing Artists Leave Us

Lorin Maazel and Gert Voss both pass away; culture continues to thrive in our city.

The New-Yorkification of Chicago

What graffiti artists do with their graphics Trump has done with his sign.

Bill Cunningham’s “Facades” of Fashion and Architecture

The famous photographer and model Editta Sherman take to the streets.

The Barbie Doll Syndrome and Sustainable Development

A new approach to help communities select their sustainable future.

Miami’s Quest for Global Standing

The iconic Marine Stadium can once again lead Miami into the future.

Put the Paint Down and Step Away from the Landmark

A mural for the back of Philadelphia's PSFS Building is a disastrous idea.

September 11 “Tribute in Light” Commemorates the Wrong Thing

A feel-good memorial obscures the more difficult and more important issues.

Olympic Gold Once Honored the Arts

For decades, medals were awarded for architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture.