Faced with a 2,250-square-foot space and 24-foot ceilings, architect Vladimir Radutny deployed multiple strategies to make this former automobile factory homey.
Designed by Mexican architects Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin, the Magnolia House accommodates—and anticipates—changing family lifestyles.
The celebrated Japanese artist will oversee the restoration—the museum's first since the Gordon Bunshaft–designed building opened 42 years ago.
The 1967 Wooster Science Building's new glass and terra-cotta facade, grand staircase, and glazed cantilever have revitalized the structure.
The renovation of the French national library’s Richelieu complex has brought a new dynamism to the library, while preserving and protecting the best of its historical features.
Landscape and Light Drive This Home Renovation in the Judean Foothills.
The Pulitzer, a hotel of interconnected canal houses (some 400 years old), goes modern without shedding its roots.
The Tod Williams Billie Tsien renovation of the Hood Museum has spurred considerable controversy. But does the proposal truly deserve the criticism it's inspired?
After languishing in a Scottish forest for three decades, a Modernist masterpiece enters a new stage of life.
The Whitney Museum's former home boasts a new tenant, but its Brutalist character remains.
Recently renovated, the Lawrence Public Library is a sunlit amalgam of reading spaces, maker spaces, and tech areas.
In the first of five site visits, the Bruner Foundation drops in on a factory-turned-mixed-use development in downtown Baltimore.
An exclusive look at the software giant's digital manufacturing facility created by Lundberg Design.
A sensitively remodeled multilevel home takes full advantage of its stunning surroundings.
designLAB rennovated a Paul Rudolph building at UMass Dartmouth, and we interviewed them about how they dealt with making changes to a historic structure.
Single-glazed curtain wall, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall (John Andrews, completed 1969). All photos courtesy Bruner/Cott Today we face the challenge of a divided voice among preservationists: There are those who have a long-held reverence of original materials and…
“Building for sale, pray within” Photography courtesy the author An abandoned 70,000-square-foot bottling plant in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties neighborhood was just the right source for Rabbi Gedaliah Lowenstein, seventh generation Californian, to tap for his new synagogue. Of course, the…
A modest 1958 gem by a largely forgotten midcentury master gets a smart and sensitive renovation by Peter Gluck and Partners.