The free course, which launched in February on edX, is called “The Architectural Imagination.”
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These are uneasy times for the American city, and especially New York. Officially despised, targeted for punitive cuts in federal funding, gentrified into a rictus of bland affluence …
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Though there’s much to admire, the designers have overlooked the most fundamental element of successful cities — the street, writes Christopher Hume
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Inflatable architecture, which was wildly popular in the 1960s and ’70s, is back
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Infrastructure can be powerful propaganda even when it isn’t built, and it takes fortitude not to be fooled into thinking a barrier is inevitable.
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Tom Dyckhoff looks at the impetus behind the modern era’s frantic desire to erect eye-catching buildings
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