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Archiculture Interviews: Joe Riley

“What makes a livable city is the place where the resident—the occupant—feels in charge. So, for a child, a neighborhood that’s child-friendly. Or for citizens, a place that is physically beautiful, and handsome, and nourishing, and inspirational—a place where there is [a] substantial [amount] of public realm.”

Call for Papers - "Suffragette City: Gender, Politics, and the Built Environment"

The College of Charleston is now accepting abstracts for its upcoming symposium Suffragette City: Gender, Politics, and the Built Environment. Exploring the convergence of these topics throughout history, the interdisciplinary event aims to inspire new research that examines how both past and present efforts have challenged customary gender roles and impacted the physical, social, and conceptual identities of cities. The deadline for paper proposals, which must be 300 words or fewer, is July 1, 2015. For more information or to submit a topic, visit

River Road House / Whitney Powers

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Charleston, United States

The Greater North Charleston Naval Base Memorial / BNIM + Burt Hill

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Charleston, United States
  • Architects: BNIM, Burt Hill
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2007