Our contributors comment on an event or a moment from the last year that demanded more of how we should practice, frame, and respond to design.
London-based firm Haworth Tompkins has given the 19th century performing arts hall a sensitive, yet triumphant, new lease on life after a 2015 fire.
Beyer Blinder Belle teams up with Stillman International Development to re-envision the Times Square Theater, the last in a series of historic renovations on the famed block.
The local firm has created a charming, yet sensitively-designed new annex for the South London Gallery in the city's Peckham neighborhood.
Working closely with the 1969 building's original architect, the firm aimed to respect the existing architecture while restitching the tower into Hong Kong’s urban fabric.
The new bubble-like home for the Amos Rex art museum features futuristic subterranean galleries designed by local firm JKMM Architects.
The Swiss firm brings a contemporary edge to the historic Tai Kwun campus while creating new connections between 16 restored heritage structures.
BBC TV Studio, Home to 'Monty Python,' 'Fawlty Towers,' Converted to 4,000 Luxury Apartments and More
The Television Centre, masterplanned by local architecture firm AHMM, retains mid-century elements and introduces boutique exclusivity.
Berke coalesces 19th and 21st Century design in Hotel Henry through a sensitive rehabilitation of an H.H. Richardson complex in Buffalo.
Nouvelle AOM beat out Studio Gang for the job to revitalize the Tour Montparnasse, the city's much-reviled skyscraper.
Once the site of an abandoned steel mill, the SteelStacks Arts and Cultural Campus, a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, is now a remarkable mixed-use district in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's latest exhibition showcases high-minded examples of textile upcycling.
In San Antonio’s newest historic district, a strikingly renovated hotel allows some grit in its glamour.
Social housing is threatened with demolition nearly everywhere it exists. Two architects have pioneered a strategy for saving these important public assets and the communities that live in them.
A historic site in Hong Kong that once housed its married police officers finds new life as a cultural hub and incubator for young designers.
The design of the Molitor hotel pays homage to its rich legacy, after being an Art Deco icon, then a graffiti destination.
Historic industrial site becomes a multi-purpose community campus
Just as Danny Boyle’s cinematic representation of England’s transition from a pastoral, farming nation to the leaders of the industrial revolution, London’s East End has been going through a transition of its own in preparation for the Olympic Games. The…
Governor Dannel Malloy cuts the ribbon at the new Higher One offices Courtesy Teo Quintana Last Tuesday, financiers Higher One cut the ribbon on its new, 150,000 sq. ft., $46 million office space in New Haven’s once-defunct Winchester Repeating Arms factory.…
Using recycled materials from the Big Dig, Single Speed Design creates a house of monumental proportions.