The unhoused can teach a masterclass on survival — and that we are all just one stroke of bad luck away from the same fate.
Will New York wake up one day and discover that speculation has cannibalized its creative industries, which underpinned the desirability of the real estate itself?
City councilman Mitch O’Farrell abruptly closed the park for renovations, displacing residents with little notice.
The contemporary home invasion genre might seem pessimistic about personal action, but it reflects growing frustration with a system geared toward the privileged 1%.
“There’s a bigger piece of what we’re trying to do, which is thinking, on a macro level, about Santa Fe’s identity as an art town,” said Daniel Werwath, who is developing the Siler Yard project.
The architecture firm Brooks + Scarpa makes the case for greater building density and more sustainable design practices to combat the region’s acute housing shortage.
After music and fashion, Kim Kardashian’s husband is trying his hand at architecture via his new firm, YEEZY Home.
Austin-based startup ICON revealed an extremely ambitious plan to build a community of 3D-printed houses in El Salvador. (And, hopefully later, in space.)
Gentrification and related issues of rising rents, the paucity of affordable housing, and the astronomical gap between the wealthy and the poor have been appearing in public discourse at an increasing rate, in exhibitions, in public art projects, in organized protests.
This is not just an informative and enlightening show; it’s also an important one, one that gets us to look at what, for some of us, is necessary to live in this particular time and place.