His firm, founded in 2005, puts a Texan spin on sophisticated designs that range from mixed-use condos to offices and hotels.
Previous renovations had nearly wiped out Soane's interiors at this mansion, but a three-year project revived his designs and installed a new, modern art gallery.
The firm recently completed an adaptive-reuse project in Stockyards Atlanta to colocate advertising giant IPG’s sister agencies Fitzco, Weber Shandwick, and Momentum.
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.
The project, which also included extensive restoration work and a new lobby, prepared the 230,000-square-foot former warehouse for new office tenants.
This excerpt from Bubbletecture teases the 200+ works of architecture, furniture, fashion, art, and industrial design that are included in the book.
Metropolis spoke to art and architecture studio Snarkitecture about its new dedicated installation venue, which opens today in 20 Hudson Yards, the mega development’s retail and dining hub.
The Human Shelter, which today makes its U.S. premier at the Los Angeles Architecture and Design Film Festival, explores subjects like climate change, human conflict, and urban development.
The Mexico City–based duo Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss (who work under the moniker Pedro y Juana) were recently selected for this year’s MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program.
Despite Its Oft-Copied Look, the Sea Ranch Still Provides Rich Architectural and Social Lessons for Today
An exhibition at SFMOMA doesn’t dwell on the development’s prehistory and afterlife, but rather tries to recover some of its original sensibility.
MK Gallery, which was a collaboration among architects, artists, and a graphic designer, features a gleaming aluminum facade and a striking interior color palette.
Drawing Bo Bardi: Barcelona Exhibition Showcases the Architectural and Artistic Designs of Lina Bo Bardi
Lina Bo Bardi Dibuja (Lina Bo Bardi Drawing), curated by artist and scholar Zeuler Lima for the Fundació Joan Miró, showcases around 100 of the Italian-born Brazilian architect's sketches, watercolors, and gouaches.
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.
An exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie highlights how politics and a handful of architects greatly shaped the German metropolis's subway system.
A Think Tank talk, hosted at HOK’s Los Angeles office, challenged the assumptions behind common workplace paradigms, like plunking a café or gym in an office.
Chevalier Morales Architectes helped restore the original airiness and civic character of the 1848 building while also adding a three-story glass annex.
While technology has always been a double-edged sword when it comes to sustainability and equity, it also holds the key to ameliorating pressing environmental challenges.
To start our new NOMA-Nominated series, we highlight an affordable housing project for veterans that mixes modular and wood-frame construction in northern California.
Most Instagram accounts have become slickly-curated collections presented by faceless narrator—these accounts break the mold.
This Center for Architecture exhibition provides fresh insight into the architect's last designs in East Asia.