The new Manetti Shrem Art Museum at UC Davis reflects the landscape and history.
How the Seychelles-based design firm Add.Locus created their country's first-ever presentation at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
For University of Iowa's Visual Arts Building, Steven Holl Architects created a sculptural framework that would invite and illuminate activity within.
A new book highlights airports that, while often imperfect in one or more ways, all have awe-inspiring architecture.
Director Elissa Brown explores a lost piece of her family's history.
Spearheaded by the young architecture firm DGT, the new institution is shaped by the runway of a former Soviet military base.
David Adjaye discusses the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
Interior designer Kara Mann discusses Baker Furniture, an upcoming project in Dubai, and her life of extremes.
The Pennsylvania factory fabricates the final element to a standout Manhattan condo designed by Zaha Hadid.
On the heels of reinvigorating Washington, D.C.'s iconic Watergate Hotel, the Israeli designer brings a trio of massive sculptures to London.
A new public safety answering center in the Bronx, PSAC II, combines fortress-like durability with monumental elegance.
The Russian real estate magnate builds lavish properties designed by iconic architects, and he's got his gaze set squarely on the U.S.
The actor's memories of the neighborhood's bleaker days make its rapid development all the more inspiring.
The Israeli-born Brooklynite designed the Dutch Pavilion as a means towards resolution in places where conflict is rampant.
The scandalous American landmark gets a stylish overhaul from London-based Ron Arad Architects.
The duo may be ahead of most of us, but for them, technologically-advanced design is all in a day's work.
How the Pritzker Prize–Winner is Changing the World with Beautiful, Practical Buildings
The fashion designer took a hands-on approach to the new store, which nods to Colonial Revival aesthetics as well as the famous Getty Villa.
The Dutch designer lets us into his robotics factory, MX3D, which is spearheading programs that enable robots to execute large-scale 3-D printing projects.
Two titans who started in Brooklyn discuss how they teamed up to reshape Lower Manhattan for the better in the wake of a tragedy.
Founded by two of the West Texas art mecca's longtime residents, Hotel Saint George is open for business.
Thanks to owner James Goldstein, a Los Angeles personality known for his eccentric style and obsession with basketball, the midcentury modernist gem will be preserved by the museum for generations to come.
Snøhetta's new home for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hopes to change everything from how you walk through exhibitions to how you kiss in them.
After 10 years leading the island’s development, Koch prepares her final contribution to the waterfront destination.
The continuously evolving Louisville Museum gets a new look.
The edgy French architect has become an advocate for women in the field and the next generation of practitioners.
Step inside the modern-day icon by Ma Yansong.
Remembering one of architecture's greatest talents.
A new Phaidon monograph explores the work of Selldorf Architects through photographs captured by Todd Eberle.
Richard Friedman goes big with a tasteful new building in Boston's Back Bay.