London-based firm Haworth Tompkins has given the 19th century performing arts hall a sensitive, yet triumphant, new lease on life after a 2015 fire.
Beyer Blinder Belle teams up with Stillman International Development to re-envision the Times Square Theater, the last in a series of historic renovations on the famed block.
Can Preservation Be 'Progressive?' Exhibit Columbus Symposium Looks Forward in the Shadow of Masters
Academics, architects, and journalists convened for weekend-long symposium in Columbus, Indiana, to discuss radical approaches to preservation in a global, digital age.
The local firm has created a charming, yet sensitively-designed new annex for the South London Gallery in the city's Peckham neighborhood.
A small yet ambitious exhibition at Archivo presents a proposal to relocate the murals of a Mexico City building to the state’s contested airport project.
In the aftermath of founder Paolo Soleri’s alleged sexual abuse, the relevance of the famed desert “utopia” necessitates a hard second look.
The celebrated Japanese artist will oversee the restoration—the museum's first since the Gordon Bunshaft–designed building opened 42 years ago.
Publicity Stunt? "Working-Class Theme Park?" Questions Loom for the V&A's Three-Story Robin Hood Gardens Fragment
The Victoria & Albert Museum is preserving a three-story chunk of the Peter and Allison Smithson–designed Robin Hood Gardens housing project.
The Music Pavilion at Taliesin West, Wright's desert home, was recently refurbished to its near-original state.
A Q&A with Shulman + Associates on the importance of historical perspective in Miami's architecture.
A slew of experimental restoration projects are intersecting with Wright’s ideas in interesting ways.
While many Brutalist buildings may have outlived the purposes they were originally intended for, their generosity of space and solidity of construction can make them perfect for adapting to residential use.
Recently restored, The Martin House Complex is one of the best examples of Frank Lloyd Wright's “prairie-style” homes.
To restore one of New York's most impressive lobbies, FXFOWLE leveraged lighting as a key design element.
There are some issues that existing institutions simply can’t address. Thankfully, researchers, nonprofits, and publications around the world are filling the gap.
The new design of a run-down, underutilized building in the heart of Fargo, North Dakota leverages its historic value to rekindle interest in downtown Fargo.
A small exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago unpacks a Dutch magazine’s obsession with the American master.
Metropolis's sixth annual survey recognizes today's leaders in architecture and design.
Anti-ownership, holography, and revisiting hippie values: Curators, critics, experts, designers, and Metropolis editors share their predictions for the year ahead.
At Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Rem Koolhaas channels Modernism toward historicist ends.