After two successive thematic issues, Log 38 (Fall 2016) returns to its classic open form, bringing together myriad perspectives from architecture s center and periphery. Cynthia Davidson s expansive interview with New York architect Harry Cobb, of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, illuminates Cobb s 60-plus years in practice, as well as the history of modernism in America. Eve Blau explores the contexts that drove the 1968 Learning from Las Vegas studio at Yale, and Pier Vittorio Aureli and Maria Shéhérazade Giudici reevaluate the archaeological roots of modern domestic space. Log 38 also features critical perspectives on the current moment in architecture, with reviews of OMA s Fondaco dei Tedeschi, reflections on this year s Venice Architecture Biennale, and reactions to Brexit from architects and educators affected by the vote, and even includes an imaginative look at the work of Sam Jacob Studio from 20 years in the future. In this issue: Pier Vittorio Aureli and Maria Shéhérezade Giudici interrogate home, Brendan Bashin-Sullivan meets a survivor, Eve Blau learns from 1960s pedagogy and politics, Cynthia Davidson gets the story from Harry Cobb, Marco De Michelis sends dispatches from the front, Manfredo di Robilant pages through Yona Friedman, Amelia Hazinski travels through Sam Jacob s time, Andrew Holder seeks sufficient density, Thomas Kelley explodes a log cabin, Léa-Catherine Szacka excavates OMA s Fondaco. Plus: Post-Brexit reactions from Shumi Bose, Mario Carpo, Odile Decq, Patrik Schumacher, Jack Self, and James Taylor-Foster And observations on sounds, urban data centers, Drake, and invisible architecture, and more . . .