The new facility will be adapted from a former midcentury bank in Inglewood, California.
The fifth cycle of the annual awards program honors women in design leadership who have made significant contributions to the profession.
The long-awaited multimodal Salesforce Transit Center, which opened for its first weekday commute Monday, elevates an oft-mundane building type with a 5.4-acre public park—one of the largest accessible green roofs in the country.
Olson Kundig’s dramatic, top-to-bottom architectural reboot, of the iconic structure is complete.
The design partner at PWP Landscape Architecture creates landscapes at vastly different scales, from the pastoral beauty of Glenstone to an unusual elevated urban park, tucked above the dense downtown of San Francisco.
The landscape architect provides a thorough study of public outdoor seating.
Stephen Gee’s new documentary, which premiered on PBS in July, serves as a valuable primer on one of the great, overlooked architects of the 20th century.
Two established architects design a unique tower that not only tests elevators but also gives visitors a spectacular view of a medieval town in Germany.
Two books take a close look at speeches given by Karl Marx's distant cousin, who had a profound influence on Brazil's public parks, plazas, and gardens.
University College Dublin (UCD) and Malcolm Reading Consultants have announced Steven Holl Architects (SHA) as winners of an international competition to design a new portion of the university’s 330-acre campus.
An architect takes lessons from a poet's craft and construction.
A British team recalls democracy's origins by integrating history and nature into their design.
Innovative materials amplify the performance and appearance of these cladding systems.
Features associated with indoor living add function and visual appeal to site furnishings.
A stringently pure scheme for a cottage in Miami by K/R contrasts vividly with its lush surroundings.
Working on Fallingwater brought out the best in Robert Silman, the structural engineer who died this week at 83.
Brown, who was a finalist for a Knight Arts Challenge grant, founded 400 Forward to empower black women in the field.
Thanks to a partnership with USModernist.org, most issues of Architectural Record, going back to the the magazine’s founding in 1891, are now available to readers as high-resolution PDFs. Click through the links below to read coverage from years past.
After months of debate, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has voted to landmark 550 Madison Avenue.
Careful siting elevates a rugged boathouse in New York.