The ways that we live have changed over the last few decades, but the types of homes in which we live have not.
Bill Clinton, Mahesh Ramanujam, and Rick Fedrizzi addressed atendees at the international conference and expo.
The astrophysicist and author’s talk was both humorous and sober, touching on topics as diverse as the Three Little Pigs, the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers, and the earth as seen from space.
The new awards program, named for biophilia champion Stephen Kellert, recognizes projects that successfully integrate nature and design.
The firm and its partners aim to make the revamped Precautionary List more widely accessible.
The new center will be renovated from a pre-existing building in Inglewood.
A dynamic building for a hybrid institution spurs positive change for the residents of Barcelona.
Two engineering schools merge to create a sprawling research hub in a Paris suburb.
The Pritzker Prize laureate's most anticipated project to date, museum will open to the public on November 11.
Bold in its program and form, a new arts building dramatically announces an experimental curriculum.
An existing building is transformed into elegant homes for two academic departments.
A small but muscular addition creates a campus gateway and, along with the renovation of a neighboring building, reunites the arts.
BIG designs an "experience center" in Billund, Denmark, that resembles 21 giant stacked LEGO bricks.
The enlightened renovation of a regional government building in Germany benefits from an ingenious daylighting strategy.
After years of contentious legislative battles, a fitting tribute to “Ike” is set to begin construction.
When American Campus Communities asked KTGY to design a mixed-use student housing building, they wanted it to be high-performing, multi-purpose, and built with wood instead of concrete as a way to save on cost.
A skillful expansion of the University of Michigan’s architecture and urban planning building cuts a striking silhouette on campus.
The first comprehensive documentary devoted to Roche’s life and career makes its U.S. debut on November 4 at the 2017 Architecture and Design Film Festival.
On an island in New York, Cornell Tech opens a high-tech campus that marries education and entrepreneurship.