In the Portland offices of TVA Architects, Metropolis’s director of design innovation Susan S. Szenasy led a lively discussion on healthy solutions to affordable housing.
Super-Sustainable Dwelling, Built to Push the Limits of Self-Sufficiency, Goes on View at U.N. Headquarters
A collaboration between Yale University, Gray Organschi Architecture, and the U.N., the CLT module was designed and built within a break-neck speed of five weeks.
Social Housing – New European Projects, which is on view at the Center for Architecture in New York, showcases 25 stand-out projects.
SOM is leading the redesign of the James A. Farley Post Office into the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Train Hall, a rail station that will anchor real estate development on Manhattan's Far West Side.© Empire State Development,…
Architects may not like it, but sprawl isn’t going away. Frank Lloyd Wright not only understood that, he dared to reimagine it.
The planning non-profit seeks to dramatically expand New York City's transportation network while tackling affordability, driverless cars, and climate change, among other challenges.
As part of MINI LIVING's ongoing URBAN CABIN project, Bureau V aimed to use design and humor to tackle questions of immigration and forced migration.
"Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing" explores the parallel evolution of Wright's and Harlem's built and unbuilt housing designs.
The luxury rental American Copper Buildings in New York City are named for the unusual material used on their facades.
A new veteran-focused housing development seeks to offer a more sensitive salve to Los Angeles’s growing homelessness crisis.
From the perspective of architecture and design, the migration crisis must go beyond the simple humanitarian impulse, argues Urban-Think Tank.
Housing discrimination has not been eradicated. Its methods are simply more subtle, and sophisticated, than ever before.
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.
In the wake of London's devastating Grenfell fire, we speak to author Anna Minton about the future of housing in Western cities.
On the occasion of Habitat 67’s 50th anniversary, Moshe Safdie addressed a crowd at the Centre de design de l'UQAM and reflected on how we must radically change our thinking if we are to build the dense, liveable cities of our future.
Illustrator Chanel Dehond takes inspiration from Moshe Safdie's seminal work, which turns 50 this week, and turns the building into colorful homes for our animal friends.
A new exhibition at the Barbican Gallery highlights Japanese architects’ thrilling, seemingly impractical, sometimes topsy-turvy experiments with the house.
A finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, the Iberville Offsite Rehabs are 46 historic homes rehabilitated for formerly homeless women and children in New Orleans' Seventh Ward and Treme neighborhoods.
In this audio piece, we take you inside New York's only all micro-housing building. Along the way we speak to a tenant, an architect, and a developer, who explain why this remarkable project could never be replicated again.
The familiar signifiers architects use to describe housing are growing tired and unhelpful for designing new models of living.