A team composed of international and local studios and individuals—Agence Ter, roofoftwo, Akoaki, and Harley Etienne—was recently chosen to revitalize the 83-acre area.
KI understands the evolving ideas of a workplace and focuses on meaningful work.
Metropolis highlights eight young practitioners who kept this year’s design week fresh and alive with experimental works.
The museum, located in Qinhaungdao and northeast of Beijing, also features an imposing facade of angled concrete panels.
In Lynn, Massachusetts, a Public Art and Lighting Initiative Enlivens a Former Industrial City Center
The city's expansive downtown installation comprises 42 large-scale murals by renowned street artists, underpass lighting, and 11 refurbished vintage neon signs
Neutral Tinted Glass from AGC Glass North America connects the Sheffield Group’s new headquarters to nature.
The Regenstein Learning Campus encourages children’s sensory discovery of the natural world—minus the gaudiness of plastic playgrounds.
The pavilion, which sits next to John Soane’s 19th-century museum, is opening as a part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Studio O+A crafts the ultimate workplace for Slack by channeling life on the Pacific Crest Trail.
Featuring landscapes by Raymond Jungles, Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx is the NYBG’s largest botanical exhibition ever.
Spread out on a field in Michigan, Herman Miller's GreenHouse facility helped popularize sustainable building practices.
To create the brass form of Parábola, the studio partnered with Pablo Reyes, a Oaxacan metalworker based in Mexico City.
Duvaltex’s Clean Impact Textiles uses the industry’s first recycled, biodegradable polyester, meaning its fibers can break down in landfills and wastewater.
Scouring the globe for recent projects, Nature taps into a new level of environmental awareness among designers, researchers, institutions, and blue-chip companies.
Offsetted, an exhibition at Columbia University’s Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, explores how our society commodifies trees and the unintended consequences thereof.
Debuting at NeoCon this month, the glass panels use custom color analysis software to create an abstract, immersive “stained glass” effect.
Originally published in July 2006, this article explores an early exemplar of tech workplaces: Clive Wilkinson Architects' design for Google's Mountain View HQ.
Founded by Ivi Diamantopoulou and Jaffer Kolb, the New York–based firm creates visually pleasing design, but its most interesting work is cerebral.
The Milan-based architect and designer has also given Haworth's Merchandise Mart showroom an appealing face-lift for this year's NeoCon.
With Installation at Madison Square Park, Artist Leonardo Drew Ponders Temporality and Horizontality
“City in the Grass” marks a scaling up of a practice that has long investigated materiality and decay.