The Gates Foundation, the World Bank, and other global development influencers launch a Commission to address ecological disasters already at hand.
A new show, on view at London’s healthcare-focused gallery, the Wellcome Collection, chronicles the history of the built environment and our wellbeing.
In just two weeks time, world leaders in business, tech, and politics (President Trump included) will descend upon Davos, Switzerland, to attend the…
Many consumers jump at the chance to own a beautiful piece of furniture at a fraction of the price. But this seemingly innocuous practice is anything but.
Accessibility expert Carl Lewis discusses the current state of affairs regarding Americans with disabilities and their slow, but progressive, integration into University spaces and society.
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.
HMC Architects reflect on how contractor-integrated design is reviving the healthcare industry.
The LA electorate will soon vote on an aggressive piece of legislation, one which has been dangerously misrepresented on social media.
The city's tragic fire has inspired debate about how we can plan safe, non-standard spaces that creatives will want to work and live in.
A new show at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city’s legacy of zoning.
Donald J. Trump's election as president of the United States, and the AIA's subsequent statement, has provoked the architectural world to respond.
AIA CEO Robert Ivy calls on architects to work with President-Elect Trump, particularly on improving the U.S.'s aging infrastructure.
While the transgender movement may be currently illuminating the issue, toilet privacy is a basic human right that educational institutions can provide through thoughtful design.
Designers are rallying against legislation in North Carolina that permits discrimination based on sexual or gender identity.
The editors of a new report on architecture and real estate discuss why affordability isn't the solution to the housing crisis.
The IDEO protégé expands the boundaries of designing thinking and strategy.
The Arup fellow and director of the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay discusses the future of hospital design.
Architects tackling the unseen will shape the future of their profession.
How one group of architects is using forensics as a tool for justice.
A three-year-long research project uses architectural analysis to influence the decisions of courts and politicians.