The Wildernesse Restaurant, designed by Morris + Company, plays with wood construction and typological precedents, all despite a small budget.
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A softly-spoken essay in subtle details, the new visitor center is less about itself and more about the dramatic landscape it inhabits.
MK Gallery, which was a collaboration among architects, artists, and a graphic designer, features a gleaming aluminum facade and a striking interior color palette.
“Hospice is as much for the staff and relatives as it is for the patients,” says KKE Architects' director, Phil Kavanagh.
Years of ad hoc expansions has cut off St Teresa’s boarding school from nature, but new buildings by London-based IF_DO aim to turn the tide.
Soaring 34 feet above an outdoor play area, the Broomlands Primary School's larch-clad canopy was inspired by the pitched roofs of local vernacular architecture.
Themed “Emotional States,” the nearly three-week biennale will bring together 40 territories and institutions, asking them to consider how design intersects with the emotional.
The government body Historic England moved to ensure that some of Britain’s best Postmodern buildings are preserved.
Where civic buildings tend to invite their publics inside, this embassy expertly keeps people out.
22 Parkside, the experimental London home architect Richard Rogers designed for his parents in the late 1960s, has been converted to a research and event space.
The London-based firm restored a burned-down 1872 Victorian pier for a diverse array of public uses.