‘20 Cent Challenge’ Promotes Gender Pay Equality in Design Professions

    The initiative, launched by INC Architecture & Design, asks participants to address gender-based pay disparity within 12 months.

Artists and Designers Gather in Cape Town for Design Indaba 2019

    The South African city’s annual design festival fosters cross-pollination of ideas in industrial design, fine art, and architecture.

Tall Buildings Council Dubs New Tallest Timber Building

    The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat&nbsp;(CTBUH) has dubbed the 85.4-meter&nbsp;<a href="http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/building/mjostarnet/26866" >Mj&oslash;st&aring;rnet</a>, in Brumunddal, Norway, as the world&#39;s tallest timber building.

<i>The Human Shelter</i> Explores Notions of Home and Belonging

    The Danish film premiered last week at the Los Angeles Architecture &amp; Design Film Festival.

‘Dimensions of Citizenship’ Dreams of Belonging Best at the Smallest and Largest Scales

    Just as its politics become unavoidable, the U.S. Pavilion installation from the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale comes home to Chicago<i>.</i>

Conversation with Hudson Yards Landscape Architect Thomas Woltz

    The owner of Nelson Byrd Woltz speaks with RECORD about designing a &ldquo;beautiful, hospitable place for the people of New York&rdquo; in the center of a high end&mdash;and highly polarizing&mdash;new development.

Vessel Has Landed

    Thomas Heatherwick&rsquo;s 2,500-step climbable sculpture opens in Manhattan.

Natural Finishes and Modern Designs with Coiled Wire Fabric

    Coiled wire fabric comes in numerous colors and offers a variety of functions and applications to open up design choices.

The Biggest Design Show of the Year Is Happening Next Month: Here’s a Preview

    Milan&rsquo;s annual Salone del Mobile takes place April 9 &ndash; 14, 2019.

Chicago Architecture Biennial Announces Initial List of 2019 Participants

    This year&rsquo;s contributors hail from 19 countries across the globe.

Watch: Pound Ridge House on Open House New York

    Take a peek inside the 2018 Record House by Tsao & McKown Architects, which was recently featured in an episode of Open House New York. 

New Photography Exhibit at the National Building Museum Surveys Basketball Courts Around the World

    Photographer Bill Bamberger documents the diversity of the game.

Schinkel: A Meander Through His Life and Work

    A recently published book delves into the legacy of an influential German architect.

OMA Unveils Design of Residential Towers along the Brooklyn Waterfront

    The firm&rsquo;s first project in the borough will bring 745 units of housing to the north Brooklyn neighborhood of Greenpoint.

2019 Young Architects Program Winner Pedro & Juana Brings the Jungle to NYC

    Opening in June 2019 at MoMA PS1, &quot;H&oacute;rama Rama&quot;<i>&nbsp;</i>by<i>&nbsp;</i>Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss will be the 20th annual YAP installation.

Inside North Korea

    The architecture and design critic for the Guardian gives readers an inside look into one of the world&#39;s most reclusive countries.

USC Shoah Foundation by Belzberg Architects

    In Los Angeles, Hagy Belzberg&#39;s home for the USC Shoah Foundation supports personal, scholarly, and public reflection.

How to grow sustainability, safety and technology use in your HVAC business

    All signs point to sustainability, safety and BIM technology when it comes to future success in the HVAC industry. But where do you begin? And most importantly, how do you keep building on what you&rsquo;re already doing? Steve Jones &mdash; director of industry insights and research for Dodge Data &amp; Analytics and keynote speaker at this year&rsquo;s AEC BuildTech (April 30-May 2) &mdash; shows you the way forward to the future.

New York State Launches $30-Million Initiative to Promote Low- and Zero-Carbon Buildings

    New York State revealed on Wednesday its &ldquo;Buildings of Excellence&rdquo; initiative to advance the design, construction, and operation of low- or zero-carbon emitting buildings.

Sheila O’Donnell Named Architect of the Year by <i>Architects’ Journal</i> and <i>The Architectural Review</i>

    The Irish architect was honored at the publications&rsquo; Women in Architecture awards for her firm&rsquo;s work on Central European University in Budapest.