The new Bauhaus Museum Weimar—which just opened earlier this month—reveals the school’s forgotten and never-seen-before early history.
“This area had its own culture and history and feelings, different from what people think typical Miami would be," says OMA partner Shohei Shigematsu. "That taught us to respect the experience of Coconut Grove, and the integration of living and nature.”
Perched Over 2,000-Year-Old Roman Mosaics and Ruins, This Hotel Takes a Bold Approach to Historic Preservation
Designed by EAA–Emre Arolat Architecture, the 199-room hotel in Antakya, Turkey, features prefab modules slotted into a massive network of steel columns.
The Dessau-Roßlau municipality rehabbed a slew of school's signature works; the buildings reopen this month and are the subject of a new narrative tour called Originals Retold.
Located in Växjö, Sweden and designed by Kjellander Sjöberg, the project also recently achieved LEED Platinum certification.
The tech giant’s installation, A Space for Being, studied visitors’ neurological responses to different interiors. The project was a collaboration with architect Suchi Reddy, furniture brand Muuto, and John Hopkins University International Arts + Mind Lab.
With Its Deep Wraparound Porches and Resilient Design, This South Carolina Senior Housing Project Aims for Comfort and Safety
The Charleston project—designed by David Baker Architects—is clad with aluminum-and-ipe screens and lime-washed brick. The latter is a favorite throughout historic parts of the city.
Fashion brand COS commissioned the 3.2-ton structure, which was designed by London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani.
The 1.46-million-square-foot development features a steel diagrid dome covered with more than 9,300 glass panels and a multi-story terraced landscape.
Solstice on the Park, a rental apartment tower in the city's Hyde Park neighborhood, is within spitting distance of Lake Michigan and Frederick Law Olmsted’s Jackson Park.
The New York State Equal Rights Heritage Center aims to be a gateway to the Finger Lakes region's attractions and history of equal rights movements.
Ghent-based Architecten dVVT only made light interventions to create a new multi-use common area within this early 20th century structure in the Belgian town of Melle.
The 30-story tower and its surroundings include design from Handel Architects, Gachot Studios, and James Corner Field Operations.
Barbara Bouza, co-managing director of Gensler’s Los Angeles office, explains how her firm’s project served the local community as well as the city at large.
Tucked within the chaotic urban fabric of São Paulo, this concrete home designed in the late 1970s was revived by architect Marcio Kogan of local firm Studio MK27.
Among the last of the Moderns (he is going on 92), Doshi reflects the best of Modernism’s social mission, presiding over a rich body of work (notably addressing low-cost housing and town planning).
In Memphis, Community Leadership Drives the Transformation of an Abandoned Sears Warehouse into a Vertical Urban Village
The biggest adaptive reuse initiative in Tennessee and the largest LEED Platinum Certified historic adaptive reuse project in the world, the $210 million complex was nearly a decade in the making.
A recent national gathering of architecture educators in Pittsburgh highlighted the myriad ways architecture schools can help their nearby underserved communities.
The First Tech Federal Credit Union office—at five stories and 156,000 square feet—became America’s largest CLT-framed building by area when it opened this past summer.
The Lower East Side exhibition closes April 7 before being reprised in Stockholm this fall.