For February, RECORD focuses on projects—they include an expanded Art Deco movie palace in Massachusetts, a transformed midcentury diplomatic complex in Oslo, an L.A. supermarket-turned-wellness center, and a landmark New York library that’s undergone a series of thoughtful interventions—that all embrace the prefix “re,” whether they’ve been restored, reinvented, revitalized, or reused. In that spirit, we also take a deep dive into building recladding and survey 15 Postmodernist buildings worth protecting. Also in this issue, we travel to the House of the Month in Pittsburgh and showcase four spaces with elevated design and clever structural solutions in our special Kitchen & Bath section.
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A book examines Yale University as a former incubator for architects and designers—Louis Kahn, Paul Rudolph, and Eero Saarinen among them—who shared a “penchant for conflating the past, present, and future.”