Griffin Suber

Griffin Suber

Sr. Contributing Editor

Griffin Suber is writer and editor. His current beat covers architecture, art, and culture. A Washington, DC native, he is a regular contributor to CommArch, Log & Timber Home Living, Writer’s Digest, UP Mag, and more. He never knows what to say in author bios, but when producing original content, he aims to explore diverse perspectives, particularly those of people who create. He graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in English.

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The Latest from Griffin Suber

Rise of the Design and Construction Group ASCXND

ASCXND continues to work towards a community-driven approach to modern commercial design and construction.

Kanye West is Designing a Campus for Everything Kanye

On 12,000 acres in Cody, Wyoming, Kanye is building a grand campus to house his many spinning plates.

Westworld’s Third Season is a World Tour of Forward-Thinking Architecture

In season three of HBO’s Westworld, the android revolution has breached the perimeter of its titular theme park and is now navigating the mean streets of our future cities. The plot is pitch perfect science fiction and the show’s many set pieces are a world tour of visionary architecture.

Underground Movement

The Dupont Underground is home to a non-profit community arts organization, hosting exhibitions, concerts, and design competitions.


Architecturally, the mission of the Bãi San Hô Resort is to create a comfortable yet unpretentious microcosm of Vietnam’s three primary building styles.

Afterlife for White Elephants Through Adaptive Reuse

Cities are finding ways to adapt and reuse the white elephants left behind by international events such as the Olympics and the World Cup.

Retail Revival

CapitaLand’s Funan Mall in Singapore shows what happens when malls are allowed to evolve into the twenty-first century.

Dare to Dream

Built on the abandoned foundation of a condominium that never got off the ground, and a standing testament to more than a few architectural breakthroughs, The Morpheus Hotel is Macau’s latest marvel of engineering.

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CityZenith's Michael Jansen on Digital Twin & the Future of the Urban Environment | commARCH Weekly 07/2020

In this episode, commARCH has a dialogue with Michael Jansen, Founder and CEO of CityZenith, to discuss the burgeoning landscape ...

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Reducing the Embodied Carbon of Walls in Industrial Buildings

Reducing the Embodied Carbon of Walls in Industrial Buildings

Kingspan partnered with Kieran Timberlake to quantify how Kingspan can reduce embodied carbon in industrial buildings.