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MoMA does Latin American architecture: the High-Low chat with Alexandra Lange

Latin America is usually regarded as a place that exports architectural ideas — be it the colonial styles of European conquerors or the wave of Modernism that swept the continent throughout the 20th century. But an exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art offers a different view, one that...

Critical Eye: Overwrought Shell Conceals Porous, Visitor-Friendly Design in Renzo Piano's New Whitney Museum

Welcome back to Critical Eye, Alexandra Lange's incisive, observant, curious, human- and street-friendly architecture column for Curbed. Lange's last installment skewered the process behind the Thomas Heatherwick-designed, Barry Diller-funded Pier55 park in the Hudson River, and this week she heads...

Curbed Hires First Architecture Critic

4 weeks agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

On Curbed today; the first monthly column from the site’s brand new (and very first) architecture critic. Alexandra Lange (pictured) brings to this choice position some very impressive credentials: Lange’s essays, reviews and features...Show More Summary

Announcements: Introducing Alexandra Lange as Curbed Architecture Critic

We're pleased as punch to announce that as of this week, design critic Alexandra Lange is joining Curbed to write a monthly architecture column. Combining the street-friendly perspective of Ada Louise Huxtable with the critical commentary of peers like...

We Were Promised Unisex Unitards

Parents Magazine, July 1970, via alexandra lange for saturatedspace As part of her tireless mission to lead our culture out of the Pink & Purple Is For Girls wilderness, Alexandra Lange has written an essay on the historical shifts in...Show More Summary

Politico Pads: Architecture critic Alexandra Lange takes issue...

Architecture critic Alexandra Lange takes issue with the $65K worth of donated West Elm pieces now furnishing the Gracie Mansion, NYC's official mayoral estate, writing that "there's the whiff of something unseemly about taking such a large donation from a...

Quote: "3D printers have a lot to learn from the sewing machine"

Alexandra Lange compares the two technologies and finds that the 3D printing comes up short.

Field Trips: Taking a break from thinking up...

Taking a break from thinking up hilarious awards, architecture critic Alexandra Lange leads Dwell on a tour of Brandeis University, a little-known hot spot for midcentury modern design. Many significant features of the campus were master planned by architect Eero...

Alexandra Lange: Three gawky buildings, cut down before their prime. Is the architect or the program at fault?

The Folk Art Museum, David Adjaye's market hall, and the first addition to the Morgan Library. If three makes a trend, then premature demolition qualifies.

Alexandra Lange: Another postwar designer of fascinating objects for children: Fredun Shapur.

Add Fredun Shapur to the pantheon of modern designers making winning and sculptural objects for children.

Digital Age: Over on Dezeen archicritic Alexandra Lange...

Over on Dezeen archicritic Alexandra Lange argues for a more thoughtful, robust use of social media by architects, as opposed to what she sees Bjarke Ingels doing: "Selfie, LEGO selfie, girlfriend (I hope), Gaga, monograph, fog, fox socks. His Instagram...

Archi-Awards: Archicritics Mark Lamster and Alexandra Lange...

Archicritics Mark Lamster and Alexandra Lange have released their annual year-end awards, honoring Zaha Hadid with the "MegaBuilder of the Year Award" (she's "displaced Norman Foster as the go-to architect for projects of mythic national aggrandizement"—naturally!), and the "supertall luxury...

Mark Lamster and Alexandra Lange: Lunch with the Critics: Fourth-Annual Year-End Awards

Our intrepid critics, Alexandra Lange and Mark Lamster, celebrate (and castigate) the best and worst architecture and design of 2013.

Alexandra Lange: Alexandra Lange on Performance

On this episode of Insights Per Minute, Alexandra Lange contemplates performance.

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