A new exhibition introduces the little-known architecture of Yugoslavia to a wider audience.
Six finalists are vying for the United Kingdom’s highly regarded architectural prize.
The five recipients will build site-specific installations in downtown Columbus as part of the 2019 exhibition.
Working under a compressed timeline, Curtis Fentress expects the endeavor to finish “in the nick of time.”
Whether for new construction or replacement, windows are an important design element of any apartment structure.
Herzog & de Meuron transform a former police station and judicial complex in Hong Kong into an arts hub.
Arad, the architect of the September 11 Memorial in New York, designed a courtyard to honor the nine victims and five survivors of the 2015 shooting at Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church.
A Manhattan-based firm reconstructs the patient experience for the New York Dermatology Group.
An independent hospital for HIV/AIDS patients in Toronto creates a comfortable, welcoming environment for medical care.
AIA’s New York chapter honors the civil rights leader's legacy by exploring the intersection of race, gender, and career advancement in architecture.
Metals, concrete, and saturated color add new dimensions to this transparent category.
An expanding urban hospital complex gains clarity, green space, and views under a carefully reworked master plan.
A new book examines how Japan's early resort hotels have played a role in the country's architecture.
In its services and its design, a multidisciplinary brain-health center of the University of Texas implements the findings of the latest scientific research.
Located in Toronto, the proposed mixed-use tower incorporates both sustainable growth and urban planning.
These fixtures offer illumination and noise control, a category that is growing with demands for nimble contract environments.
A teaching facility in Kansas is the poster child for the future of health-care education.
"Finding Brutalism" and "SOS Brutalism" both attempt to make sense of a hotly debated architectural movement that flourished in the mid-twentieth century.
A playful take on the recognizable form of a house, complete with a back yard swimming pool, becomes a gallery celebrating the firm’s decade of production.
A kinder, gentler event celebrates the local while overlooking globalization.