Before its association with functionalism and the International Style, the Bauhaus glamorized folk culture and occasionally veered into mysticism.
Architect Asaf Gottesman aimed to use a the exacting details of concrete architecture to sharped the skills of his younger architects.
The new bubble-like home for the Amos Rex art museum features futuristic subterranean galleries designed by local firm JKMM Architects.
Located 25 minutes outside Beirut, the chalet-like house by Raëd Abillama Architects features an underground pool and spa.
Of the cohort of Modern designers working in postwar Italy, few rivaled Gio Ponti—either in sheer prolificacy or in blending industrial…
Modern Traditional architecture brings holistic solutions to some of today’s most important design problems.
This proposal for University College Dublin, announced today as the winner of an international competition, takes cues from the famed natural landmark Giant's Causeway.
The New Haven–based firm updated this Connecticut residence without wasting building materials or sacrificing the original architect’s design.
The show, curated by Sebastian Hackenschmidt, head of the MAK’s furniture and woodwork collection, makes the Jugendstil master the focal point of an alternative modernity.
The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.
From the flat-roofed house to the shopping mall, Minnesota was a dynamic proving ground for pioneering midcentury design ideas.
A new exhibition at Yale School of Architecture distills social values from Israel's early Modernist Architecture.
Though the pair of influential architects never met, a new show on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum explores the surprising commonalities between their work.
Now on view, the inaugural festival reconsiders the famed Indiana city with architectural installations by emerging designers.
LUSH, the latest exhibit at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, is a great way to experience the famous house anew.
New exhibit celebrates the work of Taliesin Fellow Kaneji Domoto, a Japanese-American architect and landscape designer who helped fashion Usonia.
A new book chronicles the 100 exhibits Wright designed throughout his career. This excerpt introduces us to some of the giant ideas America’s first real starchitect wanted his public to embrace.
Adapting the region’s traditional architecture and preparing for climate change, Rene Gonzalez is creating a new residential typology for South Florida.
As curators of this year's Chicago Architecture Biennial, Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee are prompting participants to look back at the discipline's history.
Modernism was once looked to by the emerging states of West Africa to jump-start self-rule. The remnants of this experience, as a new exhibition shows, still radiate that optimism.