This year's award goes to the SteelStacks campus, an abandoned steel mill in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania turned mixed-use cultural and entertainment district.
JustDesign.Us, a new certification system powered by an employee questionnaire, hopes to spotlight those architectural studios that are taking equitable labor practices seriously.
Lewis, a design "dynamo" who combined practice and teaching, was a central fixture in the New York architecture community.
Times Square's latest redesign is uncluttered, clean, and features versatile new furniture, courtesy of a collaboration between Snøhetta and Vestre.
We pick the four designers/architects who stood out last week at Design Indaba in Cape Town.
We need to hold Trump accountable to the legal standards for public space in New York City—starting at the sad public spaces within Trump Tower itself.
In this open letter, the influential gallery owner relays his ordeal and makes a plea to Americans across the country.
Working at the intersections of design and material science, Sabin beat out an impressive group to win this year's Young Architects Program.
The finalists for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence include an urban infill project for homeless women and children, a steel plant-turned-cultural center, and Chicago's much-lauded Riverwalk park.
The 2030 Curriculum Project awards courses in design education that are best preparing students to meet the challenge of designing a zero carbon future.
Geography was a crucial determining factor for how people voted in the 2016 election. The results reveal a sharp divide between urban cores and rural communities.
AIA CEO Robert Ivy calls on architects to work with President-Elect Trump, particularly on improving the U.S.'s aging infrastructure.
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 final group from this year’s cycle is diverse in typology and scale—but they all shared one recurrent theme: a very specific sense of place.
The school puts into practice lessons learned from a transitional space that students occupied in the months the building was under construction.
A two-thirds scale replica of the structure that once stood in the ancient town of Palmyra, Syria was unveiled in New York this week.
Today, the 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by BIG, and four "summerhouses," were unveiled at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
Citizen Bridge will connect Governor's Island to Brooklyn, allowing pedestrians to stand in the middle of the water—as New Yorkers did over a century ago.
Through the acquisition of JANUS et Cie, the Poltrona Frau Group expands its outdoor furniture offerings further.
Designers are rallying against legislation in North Carolina that permits discrimination based on sexual or gender identity.