Bertrand Goldberg and Marina City: Architecture’s Lost Civic Engagement
by Andrew Kinaci
Bertrand Goldberg’s iconic Marina City project has been a fixture of Chicago’s skyline for decades. The unique, futuristic, corncob-shaped towers, constructed using innovative concrete pouring techniques, represented...
From Preservation to Pioneering: The Transformation of The Historical Center of Cuenca, Ecuador
by Steven Petsinis
In a period of rapid urbanization, many cities are faced with the challenge of reconciling seemingly contradictory objectives. One of the most pressing of these challenges is the imperative to conserve valued and signifi...
Naval Air Station Barbers Point: How Did it Become a Ghost Town?
by Sunny Menozzi
In 1993, the Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRAC) announced the closure of Naval Air Station Barbers Point, located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Formally closed in 1999, Barbers Point became the Kalaeloa...