ArchitectureBoston

Ben: Spring 2011, Volume 14 Number 1

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From the Editor

Ben Who?

By Elizabeth Padjen FAIA

The Lurker

A Day in the Life of an Icon

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By Joan Wickersham

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Reviews

Journeys: How Travelling Fruit, Ideas, and Buildings Rearrange Our Environment

Reviewed by Karen Moser-Booth

2010 Bulfinch Awards

Reviewed by Frank Shirley AIA

Typology Redux: Revisiting a Theoretical Framework for New Modes of Practice

Reviewed by Kelly Hutzell AIA, LEED AP

Covering the Issues

By Gretchen Schneider AIA, LEED AP

MORE ON BEN

Books

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Reviewed by Chris Grimley, Hubert Murray FAIA, RIBA, Wendy Landman

Site Work

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

Related material

Essays, discussions, interviews, and reviews from the ArchitectureBoston archives

Architecture Isn’t Fun Anymore

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By Duo Dickinson AIA

The Thompson Sampler

The Thompson Sampler

Five buildings, five views of an architectural legacy.

A Life in Architecture

A Life in Architecture

How the boy from Minnesota became the man who reshaped cities.

Ben and Paul

Ben and Paul

Two architects, two views of Modernism: Ben Thompson and Paul Rudolph.

About Joy

About Joy

Is there a place for joyful architecture?

Photo Essay: Not Quincy Market, Not D/R

Not Quincy Market, Not D/R

Photo essay: Before his urban work brought renown, Ben Thompson found fame on school campuses.

Conversation: Live, Work, Play (Is This Any Way to Run a Business?)

Conversation: Live, Work, Play (Is This Any Way to Run a Business?)

Harvest

Harvest

Site Work: American Architecture Now


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