The awardee, the School Area Road Safety Assessments and Improvements (SARSAI) program, drastically improved pedestrian safety levels in sub-Saharan countries.
The winners of the first Outcome of Design Awards set a new bar for design research, practice, and evaluation.
Isozaki has been prolific, with a career that began in Post-War Japan but has surpassed six decades and produced over one hundred buildings on multiple continents.
The national prize, which recognizes urban-focused designs and initiatives, has tapped a range of projects this year, from a DIY skate park in New Orleans to a public lighting initiative in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Metropolis interviews key figures from two groups—Voices of Women (VOW) and Rebelarchitette—pushing to have Doriana Fuksas included in an architecture award that only names her partner Massimiliano.
Today, the AIA also announced its AIA Firm Award, Topaz Medallion, and Edward C. Kemper Award recipients.
The 270,000-square-foot Children’s Village, designed by São Paulo–based firms Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum, was selected by a panel that included Elizabeth Diller and Kazuyo Sejima.
The London office, where 4,000 Bloomberg employees work, was lauded for its sustainable architecture, workplace design, and new public spaces.
The Portuguese architect won the prestigious prize for a contemplative chapel he designed for the Vatican's Biennale contribution.
The #MeToo movement and allegations against Richard Meier should push us to rethink how we evaluate architectural merit.
Neri Oxman, Blu Dot, Weiss/Manfredi, and more will receive the Smithsonian Design Museum's highest design honor at a ceremony this fall.
The London-based firm restored a burned-down 1872 Victorian pier for a diverse array of public uses.
Brown is most renowned for his Alexandra Road housing project in London's Camden borough.
The firm won the $100,000 award for its Fuji Kindergarten, which is specially designed for autistic children, in Tokyo, Japan.
The campus, a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, is one of several major public investments redefining the identity of Los Angeles as a clean tech leader and sustainable urban center.
The American designer renowned for her innovation in textiles, pattern, and color was awarded the Ladislav Sutnar Prize today, along with four other laureates.
The AIA has selected the ten winners of the 2016 Housing Awards.
PInCH, a competition that embraces design thinking, is attempting to revolutionize biomedical research.h.
On why the Gold Medal isn’t too little too late, it’s just a little with a long way to go
The pioneer of sustainability and lightweight structures was notified of the honor before his death on March 9.