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Dean Hashim Sarkis joins Boston's Public Radio to talk about the city's architecture and planning. Listen to the conversation starting at 33:25!

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Caitlin Mueller and Corentin Fivet's Frozen Forces IAP workshop produced some very cool structures this winter! Check out the video and discover more on their webpage. Special thanks to the MIT-SUTD Collaboration for sponsoring.

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The Spring lecture series will launch on February 12. In the meantime, catch up on the Fall series (with Keller Easterling, Nader Tehrani, Amale Andraos, Andres Jaque, Michael Meredith & Hilary Sample, Hrvoje Njiric, Simon Frommenwiler, Hyungmin Pai, Ana Miljacki, and Atelier One) here:

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"We’ve always looked at how the translation from representation to making has occurred traditionally, and how that has changed with digital technologies—especially CNC and robotics—becoming more prevalent." Brandon Clifford's practice with Wes McGee, Matter Design, is featured in the 'Next Progressives' series by Architect Magazine. Brandon holds the Belluschi Lectureship at MIT.
Next Progressives: Matter Design
This Boston- and Ann Arbor-based duo draws from antiquated practices to inform digital decisions when working with solid materials.

Read the full story here:

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In LA? See "Artifacts: Seven Objects Since Rome" by Assistant Professor William O'Brien Jr. at Jai & Jai. The exhibition closes on January 24th:

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Preview pages of Ana Miljacki's recently published book "Under the Influence," a manifestation of her symposium that invited scholars and practitioners of architecture to discuss the topic of influence in the discipline.

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The first truck carrying four granite stones for the Collier Memorial arrived to MIT from Wisconsin this morning. The Memorial is designed by J. Meejin Yoon (Howeler + Yoon Architecture) with John Ochsendorf alongside a large project team at MIT.

Photographs thanks to Höweler + Yoon. For more information on the project, visit

In light of the Boston 2024 Olympic Bid: via PhD Candidate Michael Kubo. "Urban planning in Boston since the 1970s has often lacked the comprehensive scope needed to frame questions about its development at the total scale of the city. In order to renew this debate, an exhibition by over,under at BSA Space in April 2012 recovered the history of a visionary, seemingly improbable moment from the city’s past that projected a radical urban future: a megastructure that would have extended into Boston Harbor as the site for a World’s Exposition in 1976."

Architect magazine interviewed Nader Tehrani and Katie Faulkner of NADAA!

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Looking for something to do over winter break? Here's a documentary on architecture education and studio culture featuring Kenneth Frampton, Shigeru Ban, Thom Mayne, and more.
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