Prismatic, designed by Brooklyn-based firm Hou de Sousa, uses hundreds of colorful cords to create a kaleidoscopic experience.
Developments in Crystal City, Virginia and the Potomac waterfront were the focus of a Metropolis Think Tank discussion hosted at Perkin Eastman's D.C. office.
The international Portuguese-style chicken restaurant is continuing its U.S. expansion by merging bold flavors with bold design.
New York–based Sydell Group led the design, which incorporates 60-foot vaulted ceilings, grand copper entry doors, intricate millwork, and ornate brass detailing.
The city's southwestern waterfront was wiped bare nearly five decades ago under the banner of urban renewal, but now that's changing.
At Metropolis's Washington D.C. Think Tank in December, hosted by Gensler, panelists—ranging from architects to a politician—discussed how to design for a healthier America.
The new plan responds to pushback from some preservationists and members of the public, preserving the existing landscape while expanding upon The Smithsonian's existing facilities.
The celebrated Japanese artist will oversee the restoration—the museum's first since the Gordon Bunshaft–designed building opened 42 years ago.
Ingels and co. recently released details of the $2 billion plan.
Despite claims from the opposition, the architect's memorial design is still alive.
The DC Metro system, designed by Harry Weese, was awarded the 2014 AIA 25 Year Award.
The noted landscape architect dissects how clumsy, ill-considered security measures have impacted our nation’s once majestic capital.
Faced with the ultimate universal design challenge, LTL Architects creates a new student center based on DeafSpace principles.
With Empowerhouse, students from various schools have designed a passive home in Washington D.C.
After more than a decade of planning, the future of the presidential memorial to Dwight D. Eisenhower, at least as conceived by architect Frank Gehry, is no longer certain. In September, the National Capital Planning Commission declined for the second…
During week two of the teen design charette for Washington DC’s 11th Street recreational bridge, students learned the history of the project and began sketching/modeling.
Images courtesy Eisenhower Memorial Commission This morning I received a breathless (as in, accusatory! alarming!) press release from an organization called the National Civic Art Society. They’re the Washington-based group that’s orchestrated much of the opposition to Frank Gehry’s proposed design…
Early design of the memorial Memorial design images courtesy Gehry Partners The Eisenhower Memorial competition and project have stirred a remarkable polemic, the center of which is not President Eisenhower or Washington, D.C. but Frank Gehry and the values he promulgates. I am…