Architecture

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Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Centre Set to Open to the Public

Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Centre Set to Open to the Public

Starting March 1, Londoners can go for a dip at the architect's Olympic swimming center.

February 2014
Container City

Container City

Mill Junction is a daring student dormitory that's high-rise and low-cost.

February 2014
Urban Hopes, Urban Dreams

Urban Hopes, Urban Dreams

A monograph dedicated to Steven Holl's large-scale projects in China points to a new 21st-century urbanism.

February 2014
The Glass House in the Mists

The Glass House in the Mists

To celebrate its 65th anniversary, the Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya will cloak Philip Johnson's famously transparent house in a thick shroud of fog.

February 2014
Video: See How Architects Use Computation to Ensure Optimal Views

Video: See How Architects Use Computation to Ensure Optimal Views

A computation specialist from NBBJ demonstrates how he uses scripting and more to shape the design of a building.

February 2014
At Sochi, The Selfie Writ Large

At Sochi, The Selfie Writ Large

An interactive pavilion at the Sochi Olympic Park acts as an architectural machine for selfie-taking.

February 2014
Fit for Life

Fit for Life

A multigenerational recreation complex in Fort Washington, Maryland, sets a high standard for community facilities.

February 2014
A Culinary Education

A Culinary Education

The Edible Schoolyard project brings farming and cooking into the classroom.

February 2014
Game Changer: Jonathan F.P. Rose

Game Changer: Jonathan F.P. Rose

A developer who combines a keen feel for the housing market with a genuine commitment to social justice, good urbanism, and green building.

January 2014
Game Changer: Alastair Parvin

Game Changer: Alastair Parvin

The brain behind WikiHouse, an open-sourced platform that promises to remake the field. Is it a threat to the primacy of the architect, or a glimpse into our digital design future?

January 2014