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Pritzker Prize goes to “emperor of Japanese Architecture”

Pritzker Prize goes to “emperor of Japanese Architecture”

Arata Isozaki, once called the “emperor of Japanese architecture,” was crowned with the industry’s highest honor: the 2019 Pritzker...

Pritzker Prize goes to “emperor of Japanese Architecture”
Builders’ flip-flops = architects’ headaches

Builders’ flip-flops = architects’ headaches

From the November issue: Many New York City real estate developers are back in business, reviving once-stalled condo projects...

Builders’ flip-flops = architects’ headaches
Q & A with Luigi Vitalini, a Miami architect who says Florida hotels are becoming quirkier than New York’s

Q & A with Luigi Vitalini, a Miami architect who says Florida hotels are becoming quirkier than New York’s

While hotel occupancies are up, it’s been a rough go of it for Florida’s lodging industry of late. But a few new hotels are...

Q & A with Luigi Vitalini, a Miami architect who says Florida hotels are becoming quirkier than New York’s
Q & A with David Rockwell, architect of two W hotels in NY, and designer of a free-play playground in Lower Manhattan

Q & A with David Rockwell, architect of two W hotels in NY, and designer of a free-play playground in Lower Manhattan

Architects do more than design shiny new buildings. David Rockwell can vouch for that. His firm, the Rockwell Group — which has designed the...

Q & A with David Rockwell, architect of two W hotels in NY, and designer of a free-play playground in Lower Manhattan
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