The Zoma Museum, which features wattle and daub construction, is a collaboration between curator Meskerem Assegued and artist Elias Sime.
The pavilion, part of the Venice Architecture Biennale’s unofficial offerings, explores the culture—and appropriation—of illicit sexual encounters.
Explore the impressive EUR Convention Center, designed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas nineteen years ago, with our first ever 360 video tour.
“Design+Health” showed how data will (and should) inform design. But it also provoked questions about its potential downsides.
For the first time in its 83-year history, the New York City Housing Authority has released guidelines that establish design principles to follow when rehabilitating residential buildings. But is this a case of too little, too late?
The Met curator looks back at the year in architecture.
Eric Saarinen and Tomas Koolhaas have both produced visually-stimulating architectural documentaries that give unique insight into their parents’ minds and works.
A new book compiles remarkable architectural and planning projects that would have drastically changed the city we know today.
Senior facilities are transforming into open centers that expand the concept of personal well-being
Caccia Dominioni greatly influenced industrial design of the 20th century.
The pilot project by dlandstudio, recently completed along the Gowanus Canal in New York City, will absorb polluted water like a sponge.
These five projects encapsulate how hospitality design principles are being used to create welcoming, warm, cutting-edge healthcare spaces.
The School of Architecture’s unique new urban planning initiative focuses on the crossroads of race, gender and the built environment.
A two-thirds scale replica of the structure that once stood in the ancient town of Palmyra, Syria was unveiled in New York this week.