"Geomerce" proposes a future where plants naturally de-contaminate and reconfigure our post-industrial town- and landscapes.
In conversation with our editors, Raphael Gielgen, head of research and trend scouting at Vitra, discusses how identity and technology will shape the offices of tomorrow.
At the 10th annual Radical Innovation Awards, two worthy finalists presented their visions for the hotel of the future—including an idea for a flying drone hotel.
The inaugural biennial taps into a long legacy of utopian design, but fails to add anything to this tradition.
The sixth edition of the Oslo Architecture Triennale addresses themes of belonging in a world where dislocation and alienation are the standard.
Storefront for Art & Architecture has placed 30 fantastic drawings—from Tatiana Bilbao, SO-IL, TEN Arquitectos and more—up for online auction.
Brussels-based artist Xavier Delory has completed the last in his series of fanciful visualizations: "Pilgrimage Along Modernity."
A new book treats the architectural failures of a radical past as a learning opportunity for an apathetic present.
Famed designers, from Angela Missoni to Vivienne Westwood, playfully reimagine the workwear of today and tomorrow.
The Center for Architecture's "Designing Affordability" opens many more areas for engagement between architecture and activism.
Architects need to channel their energies toward new housing solutions that are grounded in reality.
The automotive makers sponsored a project for the College for Creative Studies in which MFA majors were tasked with creating a branded experience for Chevrolet.
The winners of the second annual design competition outsmart the open office.
Modular spaces and integrated technology were the dominant themes among this year's top submissions.
The charrette gave students just three hours to produce a comprehensive and responsive building design.
A look at four honorable mentions from the Living Cities competition
Two speculative visions for 2040 New York
The artist Jonas Dahlberg will drive a 3.5-meter void straight through a small Norwegian island, site of a ghastly massacre.
A video project visualizes 88 impossible, yet photo-realistic variations on a single hotel complex.
Competition to design the workplace of the future kicks off.