A cleverly designed structure in California edits out much of a surrounding hodgepodge, welcoming in sun and sky.
The latest installment of the now-venerable celebration of design cinema features provocative documentaries and profiles.
An architect designs a concrete, box-shaped house for his young family.
A new pedestrian bridge linking the university’s main campus with its expanding science and engineering campus across a divide of five railway lines in Boston got a major boost.
French architect Paul Andreu, best known for his numerous airport designs, has died at the age of 80.
Mecanoo designs a swooping performing arts center in Taiwan.
Modularity, one-hand control, and balance support invite everyone to use these furnishings and fittings.
The Peruvian project has been praised for its subtly complex design.
The award is the London-based firm’s third Stirling Prize.
Claude Cormier et Associés, wHY Architecture, and Brook McIlroy have been selected for projects at York Street Park and Rees Street Park, both along the city's waterfront.
A new book discusses how architects are addressing the global housing crisis.
Two academic scholars chart the rise of the Hungarian architect's reputation.
Terrazzo is enjoying new popularity and inspiring sustainable high-tech alternatives.
A historian looks at Sydney Cook's architectural influence in one of Greater London's boroughs.
An art museum in Helsinki playfully complements the surrounding architecture in the form of concrete-tiled protrusions that bubble up from the ground.
Sandwiched between two towers in Philadelphia, a planted roof deck serves as a new public square.
An architect designed a secluded residence for himself on a prominent street corner.
This month's issue examines the lack of affordable housing in the U.S. while looking globally for innovative solutions.
Finding an affordable place to live is becoming an increasingly dire problem for many Americans. This special section explores the range of causes, effects, and solutions in a variety of challenged urban markets.
New guidelines and rating systems help architects design buildings that can respond to a broad range of threats.