Having reached architectural early middle-age, ARO now seems poised for greatness.
Hurricane Sandy hits Red Hook, Brooklyn, prompting our columnist to wonder if we’ll learn its hard lessons.
The architect finds himself under attack by right-wing culture warriors.
SHoP’s new partner, Vishaan Chakrabarti, promises to turbo-charge a firm already operating at full speed.
Koolhaas pays tribute to the architects of the 1960s who forged a new path in postwar Japan.
In the middle of a brilliant second act, Ennead Architects is showing exactly how to build on—and succeed—its legendary founder.
The new millennium ushered in an era of computer-enabled shapes increasingly divorced from the real concerns of architecture.
A daring new building by one of our quietly great firms shouldn’t really come as a surprise.
Despite years of rancor surrounding it, the WTC site still possesses a deep emotional power.
A visit to Hadid’s latest project—a museum addition to the Ordrupgaard in Copenhagen—produces some uneasy feelings.
Architects can’t resist the lure of buildings—even if the brief doesn’t really call for them.
Quick: think of a good contemporary memorial. No, not that one we’ve all heard quite enough about: Maya Lin’s shrine to the Vietnam War—a wonderful thing, a bolt from the blue, a one-in-a-million shot—a modern design that people actually respond…