A 1945 dormitory for members of a spiritual commune in southern India is an enduring example of architecture’s capacity for nuanced experiences.
Why fiber matters in sustainable carpet design.
A classic 1950 Finn Juhl design has been revamped for the modern home.
Danish wood-flooring company Dinesen’s new showroom in Copenhagen exhibits the versatility of its chosen material.
A new book documents design's decades-long love affair with California.
An interactive playscape that packs visual delight and a healthy dose of sustainability
Two speculative visions for 2040 New York
A current exhibition at the New School explores the diagrammatic drawings of the celebrated Japanese architect-designer.
A sneak peek of Salone del Mobile's 2014 special exhibition, 'Where Architects Live.'
A look at the architectural trend of windowless homes.
An interactive pavilion at the Sochi Olympic Park acts as an architectural machine for selfie-taking.
A new project reveals how wrong subway maps really are.
Frank Herfort tells the story of Russia’s architecture after Communism—a strange mix of scale and flash.