Kyle Dugdale

Kyle Dugdale is an architect, critic, and historian. He teaches history, theory, and design at Yale School of Architecture and at Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

Articles by Kyle Dugdale

The Café is No Substitute for the Chapel: A Lesson from the Munich Airport

Munich Airport Terminal Two was voted the world’s best terminal, not so long ago, by a global survey of fourteen million travelers.

Contemporary Problems of Being

“The problems of the building art cannot be viewed apart from the problems of being.” This declaration can be found in Fritz Neumeyer’s introduction to the collected writings of Mies van der Rohe. It is repeated in Karla Cavarra Britton’s contribution to Transcending Architecture, and it is abundantly supported by the essays collected in this more recent volume.