Designed by Hamonic + Masson & Associates, Rue Camille Claudel offers clever sites for communal gathering and abundant access to the outdoors.
Several new projects in the English capital are seeing churches create new places of worship and community service—provided they find the right business partner.
With the Cooper Hewitt exhibiting The Senses: Design Beyond Vision, Metropolis takes a look at the past, present, and future of multisensory design.
Disappear Here, RIBA's latest show, is an eclectic reimagining of architectural perspective, from drawing convention to world-historical force.
Home (Act 1) speaks to a relatable paranoia over smart technology's impact on domestic privacy.
British history and Mexican design flair collide within the 2018 edition of the pavilion program.
The Paris art museum's first solo architecture exhibition, dubbed Freeing Architecture, is on view through June 18, 2018.
Snøhetta’s House to Die In has become one of the most buzzed-about architectural proposals in recent years. Find out how it came to life, and why the controversy cuts so deep into Norwegian culture.
In the aftermath of founder Paolo Soleri’s alleged sexual abuse, the relevance of the famed desert “utopia” necessitates a hard second look.
The legendary London design school mounted AA XX 100, showcasing a century of women-led architecture.