The new 32,300-square-foot coworking office, operated by Fora, includes a restaurant and cafe at its base.
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Architects Stiff + Trevillion collaborated with artist Lee Simmons on the facade for 40 Beak Street, which includes famed British artist Damien Hirst among its tenants.
Years of ad hoc expansions has cut off St Teresa’s boarding school from nature, but new buildings by London-based IF_DO aim to turn the tide.
The London office, where 4,000 Bloomberg employees work, was lauded for its sustainable architecture, workplace design, and new public spaces.
Soaring 34 feet above an outdoor play area, the Broomlands Primary School's larch-clad canopy was inspired by the pitched roofs of local vernacular architecture.
Completed on a tight budget, the 1,615-square-foot project in West London offers moments of play and calm for students facing moderate to severe learning challenges.
Designed by Irish architect and designer Eileen Gray, the 1929 French Riviera villa was an obsession of Le Corbusier and fell into ruins before being bought by conservationists in 1999.
The London Mastaba, which uses more than 7,000 barrels and reaches 66 feet into the air, was originally conceived in 1958.
A Ruin in Reverse raises questions about the future of social housing in London and marks the loss of genuine free space
The Portuguese architect won the prestigious prize for a contemplative chapel he designed for the Vatican's Biennale contribution.
'We Will Not Stand Silent': 150 Demonstrators Gather at the Venice Biennale To Demand Equity in Architecture
Odile Decq, Martha Thorne, Farshid Moussavi, Jeanne Gang, and others protested this morning to demand equal representation in the architectural profession.
The British architecture and engineering firm has transformed London's 1933 Hoover Building into a 66-unit residential complex, returning it to its former glory in the process.
Featuring screen walls and a mirrored roof, Escobedo's design will be "a timepiece that charts the passage of the day."
Publicity Stunt? "Working-Class Theme Park?" Questions Loom for the V&A's Three-Story Robin Hood Gardens Fragment
The Victoria & Albert Museum is preserving a three-story chunk of the Peter and Allison Smithson–designed Robin Hood Gardens housing project.
The office houses an ancient Roman temple and may be the world’s most sustainable commercial building to date.
Dubbed The Life House, it's the seventh home commissioned by Living Architecture, a non-profit seeking to reshape popular perceptions of architecture.