A Q&A with Booth Hansen architects on how innovations in construction are changing the dynamics of residential development.
HMC Architects reflect on how contractor-integrated design is reviving the healthcare industry.
South America's first Bahá’í Temple required over a decade of research and development—without that time, this ambitious project would never have seen the light.
As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy discussed designing space and communities that inspire innovation and creativity with CBT Architects.
Architects recognize that modern families care about the environment and aesthetics.
With the prefab Y: Cube, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners hopes to finally make a dent in London’s housing problem.
Beyond Qatar, fantastic architecture is dependent on migrant labor.
Led by Bill Baker, the engineering team at SOM Chicago is reshaping the form and function of buildings.
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. By Wilkinson Eyre & Atelier Ten Singapore’s nearly complete “Gardens by the Bay”—a 110-hectare botanical garden with indoor waterfalls and a photovoltaic tree canopy—makes an important point about the state of 21st century architecture. Today,…
Whether it’s a condo tower or community center, Jeanne Gang’s approach to materials and construction remains bold and ingenious.