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Obit> Eric A. Kahn, 1956-2014

Gary Paige remembers the restlessly optimistic architect, artist, and teacher.

Editorial> On Accountability & the Public Realm

Sam Lubell questions the lack of public inclusion in LACMA’s building plans.

A Bookish Biennale

Alan G. Brake says it’s a long way to travel to Venice just to be told that architecture is a trip to the bookstore.

Many Voices on Fundamentals

Architects from around the globe offer their impressions on Koolhaas’ Venice Biennale.

La Biennale’s Must See Pavilions

William Menking describes the Venice Biennale’s best presentations.

The A|N crew had a great time on the #clippercity and at #giginos last night for some staff bonding! #archpaper #ancrew #sailing #nyharbor #statueofliberty #ladyliberty 🗽⛵️🌅⚓️ (at Clipper City Sailboat)

Ghosts of Gehry’s Past

Two early Frank Gehry buildings in Maryland receive makeovers.

Mystery Tower

Chinese developer releases plans for massive skyscraper, but questions remain.

The Belle of Bellaire

Lake|Flato and SWA turn beloved Houston-area nursery into a public park.

Studio Visit> Faulders Studio

This Oakland-based multi-disciplinary design practice works at the intersection of art and architecture.