An editor’s note by Dominic Galicia: “Concept, like beauty, is elusive.”

"Does it adhere to the Vitruvian tenets of strength, usefulness, and beauty? Strength and usefulness abound in the man-made world, but not beauty."

Architectural photographs (or the remains of our buildings)

In a country with little regard for our built heritage, photographs become ammunition in our conservation battles

The DNA of the National Museum of Natural History

Extra insights into past and present of the Natural History of Natural History adaptive reuse building

BluPrint charts 2018 in six new year’s editorial notes

Our most memorable moments of the past year and brazen aspirations for the next twelve months

Building the National Museum of Natural History’s Tree of Life

Studies into the structural possibilities for the DNA Tree of Life resulted in a constant evolution of form

The National Museum of Natural History – How it began

Restoration and bold innovation beget signs of life in the old DOT building
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