Kathryn H. Anthony, author of Defined by Design,explores the gender biases hidden in Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth house.
Despite the odds, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, became a beacon of hope amid Greece’s economic crisis and political upheaval.
As he was overseeing the construction of the Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright became a New Yorker—a condition the architect was somewhat ambivalent about.
The curator of the exhibition "Humans Need Not Apply" warns that the biggest danger in big data and artificial intelligence might be the data we don't have.
Today’s robots come in unexpected forms, says curator Amelie Klein. Designers must prepare themselves for the ramifications.
Renowned developer and urban thinker Jonathan F. P. Rose argues for new criteria for urban planning and development.
The architect-designer discusses her long career and mulls over her influence in fields from art to software design.
In 1935 both Le Corbusier and a young Jane Jacobs discovered New York City for the first time.
An excerpt from the photographic book, "Vertical Horizon," pays tribute to the city's unique and often claustrophobic skyline.
The traditional guesthouse has a renewed appeal in Marrakech
The three phases of urban design in practice
Architecture, if it’s any good, speaks to all of us
New book points to New York City’s enormous water resources and lack of political will to tap it
New book traverses the streets of New York City with sanitation workers
New book discovers a more carefree moment in a Long Island beach community when sustainable modernism took root
New book imagines, predicts, and proposes a rewarding urban life.
Niels Diffrient is a tinkerer, a fixer, and an ever-restless experimenter
Excerpt from The Upcycle, the eagerly awaited follow-up to Cradle to Cradle
Akiko Busch discusses how a thoughtful citizenry can learn, understand, and act upon their findings as they observe the natural world around them
New book examines modernists’ humble approach to landscape architecture