A new biography, ‘The Man in the Glass House,’ shows why it’s hard to ignore the authoritarian characteristics of some of the architect’s more celebrated work, and why the relationship between aesthetics and morality will forever be fraught
Thomas Feiger rebuilds what was lost in the Austrian capital
Episode 102: Linguist Sarah Bunin Benor on the intricacies of Jewish language and architect Duo Dickinson on his Vermont summer sojourns
One photographer asks, can architecture create a better society?
The world’s largest bus station, and a bus driver who wanted to be God, on today’s Israel Story
In a new book, Adina Hoffman brings to life three architects who transformed the city in the days of the British Mandate
Exploring the home once owned by the borough’s first Jewish pediatrician
How Peter Pennoyer started crafting Jewish doorpost markers for his clients