Sustainable Architecture Comes Into Focus For This Year’s Stirling Prize

In contrast to recent years, this crop of RIBA Stirling Prize nominees foreground sustainable design practices ranging from low-carbon materials to adaptive reuse.

In contrast to recent years, this crop of RIBA Stirling Prize nominees foreground sustainable design practices ranging from low-carbon materials to adaptive reuse.

Francis Kéré Designs a New Pavilion For Montana’s Tippet Rise Art Center

Intended as a place for visitors to pause with nature between concerts, the pavilion draws inspiration from Dogon architecture in Kéré’s native Burkina Faso.

Intended as a place for visitors to pause with nature between concerts, the pavilion draws inspiration from Dogon architecture in Kéré’s native Burkina Faso.

4 Innovative Urban Landscape Projects From Around the World

From embassy grounds in London to a neighborhood park in Detroit, these projects highlight how landscape projects are now tackling myriad social and spatial challenges.

From embassy grounds in London to a neighborhood park in Detroit, these projects highlight how landscape projects are now tackling myriad social and spatial challenges.

Second Home Extends Its Bold Aesthetic to Its Latest Coworking Office

The company, known for its vibrant colors and ample indoor foliage, recently opened a new London office designed by Madrid-based firm Cano Lasso.

The company, known for its vibrant colors and ample indoor foliage, recently opened a new London office designed by Madrid-based firm Cano Lasso.

An Ancient Material with Contemporary Applications

American designers turn to Italian ceramic tile for both classical and contemporary styles.

American designers turn to Italian ceramic tile for both classical and contemporary styles.

Design Cities 2019: Memphis, U.S.A.

A park in the city’s long-neglected downtown illustrates that small, community-led changes are afoot.

A park in the city’s long-neglected downtown illustrates that small, community-led changes are afoot.

19 New Architecture and Design Books For This Summer

With warmer weather comes a fresh batch of exciting texts on architecture and design, past and present.

With warmer weather comes a fresh batch of exciting texts on architecture and design, past and present.

Virgil Abloh’s MCA Exhibition Reveals the Power—and Limits—of Design Disruption

Hemmed in by quotation marks and material double-entendres, the IIT College of Architecture–educated designer can’t break through the brands he uses to define his work.

Hemmed in by quotation marks and material double-entendres, the IIT College of Architecture–educated designer can’t break through the brands he uses to define his work.

Design Cities 2019: Fukuoka, Japan

After a three-year renovation, the Fukuoka Art Museum reflects the coastal city’s international links, both past and present.

After a three-year renovation, the Fukuoka Art Museum reflects the coastal city’s international links, both past and present.

Phil Freelon: Architect for Social Equity

The renowned founder of his eponymous studio—which joined Perkins and Will in 2014—passed away July 9th, leaving a major legacy of built works, community engagement, and advocacy within architecture.

The renowned founder of his eponymous studio—which joined Perkins and Will in 2014—passed away July 9th, leaving a major legacy of built works, community engagement, and advocacy within architecture.

7 Highlights From Jerusalem Design Week That Asked: East of What?

The design week’s eighth edition unpacked the politically fraught notion of “EAST” at the historic Hansen House.

The design week’s eighth edition unpacked the politically fraught notion of “EAST” at the historic Hansen House.

Design Cities 2019: Tulsa, Oklahoma

An expansive new landscape by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates is energizing public life in the Oklahoma oil town.

An expansive new landscape by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates is energizing public life in the Oklahoma oil town.

Inside the Globe-Spanning Collaborative Practice of Architect Yasaman Esmaili

The Tehran-born, Boston-based designer has participated in multiple community-oriented projects across the world, from Afghanistan to Niger.

The Tehran-born, Boston-based designer has participated in multiple community-oriented projects across the world, from Afghanistan to Niger.

DS+R Designs Elevated Walkway for London’s Greenwich Peninsula

The first phase of the High Line–esque walkway, which features vaulted steel piers and multiple landscaped "islands," opened this week.

The first phase of the High Line–esque walkway, which features vaulted steel piers and multiple landscaped “islands,” opened this week.

In a Swiss Village, Architects Transform a Conference Center Into a Concert Hall

Studio Seilern Architects doubled the size of an underground meeting space, building a dramatic glass-lined enclosure for the 663-seat, oak-paneled venue.

Studio Seilern Architects doubled the size of an underground meeting space, building dramatic glass-lined enclosure for the modern, 663-seat oak-paneled venue.

A Dramatic Glass-and-Concrete Interior Spreads Light Throughout This Lisbon Dwelling

The building's full-height void is defined by three partial floors that gradually increase in size—a configuration that resembles architectural cross-section.

The building’s full-height void is defined by three partial floors that gradually increase in size—a configuration that resembles architectural cross-section.

NASA Names Winner of 3D-Printed Mars Habitat Challenge

Design studio SEArch+ and robotics company ApisCor won the multi-stage competition's “Virtual Construction Level," designing a hyperboloid dwelling that integrates radiation protection with crucial life support systems.

Design studio SEArch+ and robotics company ApisCor won the multi-stage competition’s “Virtual Construction Level,” designing a hyperboloid dwelling that integrates radiation protection with crucial life support systems.

In Chicago, the Luxe Boutique Notre Shakes Up the Retail Typology

Designed by Abigail Chang, Ben Gott, Isabelle Reford, and architecture firm Norman Kelley, the West Loop store features an entryway that doubles as a performance and lecture venue.

Designed by Abigail Chang, Ben Gott, Isabelle Reford, and architecture firm Norman Kelley, the West Loop store features an entryway that doubles as a performance and lecture venue.

New David Chipperfield–Designed Addition to Berlin’s Museum Island Set to Open

Wrapped with a stark minimalist colonnade, the James Simon Gallery blends a Modernist aesthetic into the storied Neoclassical architecture of Germany's national museum hub.

Wrapped with a stark minimalist colonnade, the James Simon Gallery blends a Modernist aesthetic into the storied Neoclassical architecture of Germany’s national museum hub.

At Boston’s BSA Space, a New Exhibition Explores the Latest Smart City Tech

Balancing Act: Urbanism & Emerging Technologies avoids grandiose ground-up smart city developments, focusing instead on designs that could impact life in existing cities.

Balancing Act: Urbanism & Emerging Technologies avoids grandiose ground-up smart city developments, instead focusing on designs that could impact life in existing cities.