Professors at Parsons, Princeton, Yale, and MIT are using a platform called Are.na to help students collaborate without judgment and create in the public eye.
The temporary pirate shiplike school, spearheaded by local firm Raumlabor, provided a delightful hodgepodge of serious academia and public programming.
The sprawling biennial’s installations highlight how designers can find new sources of knowledge and collaboration.
Seattle architect Rania Qawasma has created an award-winning guide for refugees navigating day-to-day life in American cities.
The head of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation argues that the famous architect's built legacy and concepts are surprisingly in step with today's world.
When the Chonnabot School canteen, a perennial victim of flooding and termites, was retired, third-year architecture students were given the task of replacing it.
In 1991, Paula Wallace saved the U.S.'s oldest existing railroad complex from demolition—and embarked on a remarkable 20-year journey.
The Underdome Guide interrogates architecture's role in the business, politics, and ideology of energy management.
How quick thinking and neighborly collaboration contributed to the success of the UT-TUM NexusHaus.
The Melbourne School of Design upends the centuries-old conventions that still define most architecture schools.
The director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design on designing with people rather than designing for them
Are architects ready to be part of a shared adventure?
A Better View FROM MICHAEL F. MCCAULEY: Where, oh where are images of the Piero Lissoni–designed staircase for his Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam (“History Lesson,” by Eva Hagberg, July/August 2012, p. 66)? The “grand staircase” is mentioned no fewer than…