Newsmakers

Architectural Record presents brief interviews with the personalities making headlines in the architecture world. From noteworthy architects to clients to policy makers, we speak with the people shaping the profession.

China's pavilion at the Milan World Expo

Yichen Lu
The New York-based architect chats about his design for China's pavilion at the Milan World Expo.

Image courtesy Studio Link-Arc

Ihsan Fethi

Ihsan Fethi
This Jordan-based architect is monitoring the ISIS-led destruction of historic sites and spearheading efforts to stop it.

Photo courtesy Ihsan Fethi

Richard Driehaus

Richard Driehaus
The Driehaus Prize founder talks bad architecture, foiling Frank Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial, and the "Hershey's Kiss" Lucas Museum.

Image courtesy Driehaus Capital Management LLC

Claudia Perren

Claudia Perren
The director of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation launches an architecture competition for a new museum.

Photo © Dominik Butzmann

Geoffrey Croft

Geoffrey Croft
The 49-year-old Croft, founder and president of NYC Park Advocates, a non-profit watchdog group that aims to ensure sufficient funding for all public parks and prevent their being used for commercial purposes, is a passionate and media-savvy force to be reckoned with.

Photo © Natasha Vakulenko

Carl Krebs

Carl Krebs
Krebs, 55, is one of five partners at the firm, founded in 1952 by Lew Davis and Sam Brody. In 1990, Davis and Brody were joined by Max Bond, one of the deans of New York’s architecture world (and a rare African-American in a leadership position at a major firm). Bond died in 2009. Now Krebs is making his own mark on the city.

Photo courtesy Davis Brody Bond

Olajumoke Adenowo

Olajumoke Adenowo
A Nigerian architect who has practiced for more than a quarter of a century was recently named “Africa’s star architect” by CNN.

Photo courtesy AD Consulting

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