Female architects speak out in a candid series of interviews in the New York Times about the ongoing state of affairs for women in architecture. Read Yen's thoughts on the obstacles we face every day.
Authors Giovanna Borasi and Mirko Zardini tackles "how architects and planners are responding to growing urban health concerns" in the publication of Imperfect Health, following the months long exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. The book includes Front Studio's project, Q-CITY, a "design for quarantine spaces employing secondary urban infrastructures."
Melissa Rayworth writes for Pittsburgh Magazine about the Glass Lofts, a project where Art deliberately left portions unfinished for the future community to complete. Lots of beautiful bold colors and a mix of masculine and feminine design elements makes the Glass Lofts a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Published by the City Parks Association of Philadelphia following the competition co-sponsored by Van Alan Institute, the book includes "...essays by key participants and an illustrated finalist gallery, URBAN VOIDS: grounds for change explores the innovative community engagement process and international ideas competition that challenged residents and designers to imagine a sustainable reuse of the vacant land in Philadelphia."
"Bill Millard investigates an idea-rich exhibition on the spaces we build to contain what terrifies us." A review of the Landscapes of Quarantine exhibition for Icon Magazine including an image of the Front Studio proposed project, Q-CITY.