Bad Taste: How the Once Popular Fast-Food Sunroom Became Obsolete

Though the flavor domes once delighted diners and created generations of childhood nostalgia, they’re slowly being replaced by more modern tastes

Three Architects Deconstruct ‘Jenga’

How much does ‘Jenga’ resemble actual skyscraper construction? We asked the experts.

Saving Lives at the Edge of the Bridge of Death

The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in Taos, New Mexico, has one the highest bridge suicide rates per capita in the country. But with few answers and even fewer resources, the town is hoping the burgeoning field of ‘emotional architecture’ can help prevent jumpers from taking their lives

How the Alt-Right Infiltrated Architecture Twitter — And Turned Notre-Dame Into a Political Lightning Rod

Why are online white nationalists obsessed with modern architecture? It's all a cover to push a racist and anti-Semitic agenda

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