In the October issue, RECORD highlights multifamily projects—from affordable housing in California to a climate-sensitive luxury complex in Spain. Continuing Education explores building with embodied carbon in mind; House of the Month spotlights a Casablanca villa; Landscape features a riverside promenade in Denver; a Corsica media library adheres sensitively to its site; and a U.S. startup aims to upend housing design and construction. In News: RECORD’S Women in Architecture awards, Philadelphia’s Calder Gardens, Michael Heizer’s City, the Monterey Design Conference, Columbia GSAPP’s new dean, Riding the Vortex, Anyeley Hallová, and a celebration of the lives of John Rauch and James Polshek.
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Innovative multifamily housing projects in the U.S. and Europe spotlight atypical solutions on typical sites and radical interventions in unusual locations that aim to address issues of increasing density.
The late architect and former dean of Columbia GSAPP dedicated himself to public projects consistent with his politics, from the Rose Center for Earth and Space at New York’s Natural History Museum to the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock.