A California house floats among a dense grove of Oak trees.
With the help of Perkins Eastman, the Tenement Museum in New York has expanded into a separate, five-story building.
The effort is part of the city’s sustainability plan to reduce emissions by 60 percent before 2035.
These outdoor furnishings integrate function, performance, and visual interest.
If you’ve ever dreamed of being James Bond for a day, SPYSCAPE is your chance.
The Mexican architect represents the 18th and youngest-ever person to receive the commission for the temporary pavilion in at Kensington Gardens.
Olson Kundig invites children to lose themselves in a surreal rooftop environment in Daegu, South Korea.
Manfred Kirchheimer’s 2006 film, screening now in New York City—its first-ever theatrical run—chronicles Louis Sullivan’s creation of an American architectural aesthetic.
For Quebec’s Stade de Soccer de Montréal, an indoor sports facility, Montreal-based architecture firm Saucier + Perrotte focused on keeping the design minimal and the light natural.
The project won the 10th annual Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition in New York.
The Aspen Community School’s sprawling 25-acre campus occupies a spectacular piece of property with 360-degree views of Roaring Fork Valley, one of the most affluent regions in Colorado nestled among rolling hills.
The new artist-led institute announced its inaugural year of global programming at an event last week in New York.
The temporary events space was inspired architect Cedric Price’s 1961 concept, The Fun Palace.
A new book delves into the disappearance of New York's iconic institutions and neighborhoods.
Hiroshi Sugimoto curates an exquisite collection of new buildings, antique architectural fragments, and historic stone artifacts.
Tucked away in the quiet Napa Valley town of Yountville, the small but world-renowned restaurant by chef Thomas Keller has been a gastronomic destination for over two decades.
A Spanish firm riffs on a company logo to create a graphic detail store in downtown Miami.
A house for an artist in Italy takes shape from traditional materials and landforms.
Carved into site of Israel's national cemetery, an underground memorial remembers the country's lost soldiers.