Civic boosters were once convinced that planetariums and Tesla coils could revive American downtowns.
Designed by an acclaimed architect for a famous televangelist, a unique church in Southern California has been transformed.
A new exhibit displays Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak’s talent, which strove beyond the postwar standards of mass-production and prefabrication in her home country.
Aluminum City Terrace was a project of the Federal Works Agency and the only multi-tenant housing taken on by Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer in the U.S.
Tasso Katselas was prolific in his home city for the second half of the 20th century, but his work remains underappreciated.
In the 1970s, a state agency tapped some of the best young architects in the country for an ambitious affordable housing effort that—despite its flaws—could not be matched today.
Neither catastrophic nor beloved, the post-war regeneration of Allegheny Center has quietly gone stale in recent years. Today, it’s getting a much needed facelift.