Plants in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nebraska strike an upbeat note.
This fun, innovative group of modular furniture, based on the familiar profile of a moving dolly, is the brainchild of three Cornell University alums.
The central gallery in the 50,000-square-foot Moody Center for the Arts at Houston’s Rice University is used for dance performances and social functions as well as traveling art exhibitions.
A private art gallery that film producer Steve Tisch commissioned for his Beverly Hills backyard was almost clad in brick.
The site-specific works use the security fence to make a statement about the current geopolitical landscape.
The recently opened Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571 in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood has a big job.
A primary intention for the design of a building to house the London headquarters of telecommunications company Sky Central was maximizing natural light throughout its 11,490 square feet.
Family owned since 1916, the Washington Fruit & Produce company in Yakima asked Seattle firm Graham Baba Architects to design its new headquarters with a look departing from that of most industrial agribusiness facilities.
The project will be<b> </b>the first public building in New York City designed by Rotterdam-based Rem Koolhaas and Shohei Shigematsu, director of the firm’s New York office.
This January, workplace-software developer Slack got an office in Lower Manhattan befitting its reputation as a pioneer of free-flowing, unencumbered intra-office communication.
DS+R will deliver a concept for facility, which will become the permanent home for the London Symphony Orchestra, by December 2018.
Verda Alexander and Primo Orpilla are cofounders of Studio O+A.
It has been said that happy, healthy employees are also productive ones.
New high-tech HVAC products from Grundfos, Friedrich, AkitaBox, and LG.
New architectural window & door products from Hy-Lite, Otto, Krownlab, Haas Door, TPG, Hartmann and Forbes, Panda Windows, ODL, and Tom Kundig.
Energy efficiency, environmental threats and communal living are among the themes found at this year’s Solar Decathlon, which opened yesterday in Denver.
This book by New York's former Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding serves as a playbook for other cities looking to stoke their own economic vitality.
Composer Raphael Mostel, a friend and collaborator of the architect, writes about the “transformative alchemy” of the arts complex.
An installation designed by Shohei Shigematsu and OMA New York serves as the backdrop for a cross-cultural look at scaffolding’s many applications.
In this first biography of the architect, Ian Volner conscientiously sums up the exhilarating and frustrating life and career of Michael Graves, who died in 2015 at the age of 80.