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NYC Hosts Archtober 2013 and Architecture and Design Film Festival This Month

Photo Credit: Werner Kunz, Flickr

With events all month long, Archtober 2013 has something for everyone, whether you're an industry professional or just looking for great home furnishings. Read More »

TV Review: 10 Buildings That Changed America

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10 Buildings That Changed America is a fascinating look at influential buildings, old and new, that changed the look of America. Read More »

The Definition of Art: Good Riddance Warhol and Pollock

Art is a focus and a discipline. Allowing a lack of either to slither in under the definition of art is a travesty. Read More »

Book Review: Gothic: Visual Art of the Middle Ages, 1140-1500 by Bruno Klein, Photos by Achim Bednorz

Gothic: Visual Art of the Middle Ages, 1140 – 1500 is a stunning tour of Medieval art. Read More »

Book Review: Baroque: Theatrum Mundi, The World as Work of Art, text by Barbara Borngässer, photos by Achim Bednorz

A stunning visual guide. Read More »

Book Review: H.O.U.S.E.: Homes That Are Outrageous, Unbelievable, Spectacular, and Extraordinary by Aleksandra Mizielinska and Daniel Mizielinski

H.O.U.S.E. is a colorful, amazing collection of unusual houses all over the world which will interest readers of all ages. Read More »

Book Review: Venice: The Golden Centuries, Edited by Giandomenico Romanelli

A big, sumptuous book featuring over 500 illustrations of Venetian art and architecture. Read More »

DVD Review: Great Expectations and Kochuu

Great Expectations explores the jarring world of 20th century visionary architecture, while Kochuu takes us to the calm of Japanese and Scandinavian design. Read More »

Book Review: London Unfurled by Matteo Pericoli

Gorgeously illustrated, London Unfurled is a work of art that both depicts and replicates the banks of London's Thames River. Read More »

What China’s Airports Tell Us About China

China's new airport terminals reveal more about life in modern China than their planners intended. Read More »