As environmental catastrophe unfolds, we need architecture that is more than green

The radical future of hospitals is being built in a Norwegian forest

“There’s a lot of evidence now that nature has an effect on us when it comes to stress regulation,”

“Architecture is a language and I think you have to have a grammar in order to have a language.”

The home of the future is the one you’re already living in

How Restaurants Got So Loud

Restaurants are so loud because architects don’t design them to be quiet. Much of this shift in design boils down to changing conceptions of what makes a space seem upscale or luxurious, as well as evolving trends in food service. 

Kate Wagner, The Atlantic