Witold Rybczynski

Witold Rybczynski is Slate's architecture critic His latest book is The Biography of a Building: How Robert Sainsbury and Norman Foster Built a Great Museum. Visit his Web site. Follow him on Twitter.

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Aug. 18 2010 10:14 AMOrdinary Places
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June 23 2010 7:14 AMSingapore Rolls the Dice
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May 19 2010 7:14 AMThe Godfather of American Architecture
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April 14 2010 7:01 AMNice CurvesWhat the Guggenheim looks like naked.
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March 10 2010 9:41 AMThe BauhausWhy we're still fascinated by it.
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Feb. 3 2010 11:14 PMNice Try
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Jan. 13 2010 7:10 AMDubai DebtWhat the Burj Kahlifa—the tallest building in the world—owes to Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Nov. 4 2009 11:14 PMAugustus Saint-Gaudens
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Oct. 14 2009 7:04 AMCareful With That MatisseThe Barnes Collection is moving. Does its new Philadelphia home measure up?
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Aug. 26 2009 11:14 PMForest Hills Gardens
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July 22 2009 11:14 PMGate Change
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July 1 2009 10:04 AMIf You Live in a Glass House
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May 20 2009 6:44 AMHow HighAre high ceilings a sign of wretched architectural excess or just good taste?
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April 29 2009 7:04 AMA Museum of African-American HistoryIs the newest addition to the nation's lawn a pink flamingo or a garden gnome?
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April 15 2009 7:05 AMThe Jenga EffectA new vogue for tottering towers.
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Aug. 18 2010 10:05 AMOrdinary PlacesRediscovering the parking lot, the big-box store, the farmers market, the gas station.
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June 23 2010 7:02 AMSingapore Rolls the DiceThe notoriously authoritarian country is building a casino.
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May 19 2010 7:06 AMThe Godfather How a 16th-century Italian influenced the design of the White House, the New York Stock Exchange, and other American landmarks.
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March 31 2010 6:58 AMDon't Plan On ItCentralized city planning is not the answer to the problems facing America's cities.
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March 10 2010 9:41 AMThe Bauhaus
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Feb. 3 2010 9:36 AMNice TryThe East Building, Avery Fisher Hall, Fallingwater, and other ambitious architectural failures.
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Dec. 2 2009 7:15 AMDo You See a Pattern?An architectural theorist who has inspired smart-growth advocates, counterculture DIY-ers, and computer programmers.
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Nov. 4 2009 7:04 AMHe Broke the MoldYou don't see great public sculptors like Augustus Saint-Gaudens anymore.
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Sept. 23 2009 9:33 AMToo Much of a Good ThingFrank Gehry isn't going to design Brooklyn's Atlantic Yards development, and that's OK.
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Aug. 26 2009 7:04 AMForest Hills GardensA walkable, transit-oriented, architecturally rich planned community, built 100 years ago.
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July 22 2009 9:31 AMGate ChangeThe history and future of airport design.
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July 1 2009 10:04 AMIf You Live in a Glass House It gets quite hot in the summer. Visiting Philip Johnson's most durable architectural achievement.
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April 29 2009 7:04 AMA Museum of African-American History
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April 15 2009 7:14 AMThe Jenga Effect
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March 18 2009 6:59 AMIncredible HulksExploring Detroit's beautiful ruins.

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