While Atlanta is a developer-driven architecture market, BLDGS has managed to carve out a niche, building close ties with the city’s nonprofits and organizations.
Author: Zach Mortice
With Haus Gables, Architect Jennifer Bonner Celebrates and Critiques the American Single-Family House
Located in Atlanta, the two-story, two-bedroom house was assembled from 87 cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels that provide both structure and interior surfacing.
Thanks to cloud computing and Skype, there’s less need for a physical office, but the urge to transmit corporate culture and values persist.
José Esparza Chong Cuy, currently an associate curator at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, will take over the iconic New York City institution beginning November 1.
This past July, Ross Barney Architects hosted a Think Tank discussion on inequality that included representatives from the Metropolitan Planning Council and Related Midwest, as well as moderator Susan S. Szenasy.
Existing streets could host new high-tech transportation services, though ensuring those new transit systems bring equitable growth is a challenge.
The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.
At the Venice Biennale, Jeanne Gang Uses Memphis's Cobblestones to Reflect on Monuments and Messy Civic Histories
Gang calls the installation, which will soon open at the Biennale's U.S. Pavilion, the “antithesis of a man on a horse up on a pedestal.”
Aurélien, a new residential high-rise in Chicago’s upscale Gold Coast neighborhood, balances drama with practical amenities in a park-like setting.
The company's new flagship has plenty of civic ambitions, but doesn't quite live up to them.
It seems that the most contemporary aspect of Wright’s work is his unique, manually recursive design process.
A new residential tower by Studio Gang fosters neighborly interaction through imaginative architectural form.
In the film adaptation of J.G. Ballard's book, a few people’s domestic fantasies are enough to tear apart Anthony Royal’s Brutalist monolith.
Instead of draining a wetland to help build a city, AECOM is filling and restoring one.
A small exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago unpacks a Dutch magazine’s obsession with the American master.
The "State of the Art of Architecture" generally delivers on its promise to expand our definition of architecture as a cultural art.
Chicago's Design with Company fashions an architectural garden party for the third annual Ragdale Ring Pavilion.