Published from 1999 until 2014, a weekly dose of architecture looked at contemporary architectural works with architectural and/or cultural significance. The broad focus of the articles was the ideas embedded within the works.

The online archive of "doses" are split into two broad categories: projects (buildings, landscapes, installations, etc.) and books (monographs, contemporary collections, etc.) with further categorization allowing exploration within particular building and book types. Tags allow visitors to search by architect, city, state, country and theme.

Typically the doses were posted on Mondays, with links are provided to architecturally significant sites around the internet, including relevant links within each article, if available. Comments or suggestions on these pages and the articles, though appreciated at the time, are now closed.

Unless otherwise noted all articles were written by, and are copyright of, John Hill, graduate of Kansas State University and City College of New York, currently living and working in New York City.

If you'd like to submit a project for consideration or a book for review on my daily blog please contact me.