Austin-based company Kasita was poised to reinvent the housing market with its tiny, modular units — pods that could be placed almost anywhere, as well as assembled into high-rise buildings. Then it was shuttered, almost overnight. What does its closure say about architecture’s ability to innovate in the American economy?View Feature
In this issue of Texas Architect, we examine a few examples of architecture’s interaction with neoliberal economics. Also, we consider three new galleries in the state.