- methods of assessing individual, collective, or institutional success and failure.
- hardline framing devices intended to mingle hard and social sciences in verification of architectural design work.
- imminent ethical frameworks, value systems, and cultural structures within a body of work, ways of working and thinking.
- linguistics: the use or study of meter in composition.
- tradition; a trope for establishing critical distance from one’s work.
- the assessed value of learning through intellectual risk taking.
- Caitlin Thissen, METRICS
- Ethan Judd Fischer, Renewal
- Madelynn Ringo, Alicia Pozniak, Samantha Jaff, Health and Wellness: POSTURE CHECK
- Nicolas Kemper, Our Architectural Journal
- Jonathan Molloy, Resurgence
- Matthew Bohne, Thin Things or Possibly A Building
- James Coleman, The Ghost in the Room
- Caitlin Thissen, Pleasure and Power
- Edward Wang, Elaina Berkowitz, On the Ground
Published on February 25, 2016