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56 stories related to Architecture

Lesley Lokko. (Photo: Murdo Macleod. Courtesy the African Futures Institute)
Lesley Lokko Positions Africa as a Laboratory for Harnessing the Vast Possibilities of the Future
16 minute read
Skyscraper Page website
For a Website Tracking the Tallest Buildings in the World, Size Matters
3 minute read
Wolfhouse tarot cards
A Philip Johnson House, Transformed Into a Community Hub for the Future
5 minute read
Black and white photo of Snøhetta co-founder Craig Dykers
How Snøhetta Translated the Ethos of Bronx-Based Chef Collective Ghetto Gastro Into an Experimental Kitchen
5 minute read
Michael Pinsky's Pollution Pod domes, with people inside and out.
Artist Michael Pinsky’s Climate-Action Plan: “Pollution Pods”
2 minute read
Pedro Gadanho. (Courtesy Actar Publishers)
Pedro Gadanho on How Architecture Must Adapt to Our Ecological Emergency
24 minute read
A map of the world with red dots and forms drawn over it.
Rem Koolhaas Brings the Country to the City With a Guggenheim Show
2 minute read
J. Pierpont Morgan’s Library, viewed from 36th Street. (Photo: Brett Beyer. Courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum, New York)
At the Morgan Library, a Long-Overlooked Garden Gets a New Life
4 minute read
Catherine and John Pawson standing and siting at a table in front of a white wall.
What Catherine and John Pawson Cook at Home in the English Countryside
4 minute read
Courtesy OMA
For a Tiffany & Co. Pop-Up in Paris, OMA Designs a Literal Jewelry Box
4 minute read
The interior of Google's first retail store.
Google’s First Retail Space Is Simultaneously Tranquil and Teched-Out
3 minute read
The Sculpture Gallery at The Glass House. (Photo: Michael Biondo)
Robert Stadler Has a “Playdate” With Philip Johnson at His Glass House
11 minute read
A man wearing glasses and a striped shirt
How Dr. Michael Bull Helps Businesses Combat Objectionable Odors
5 minute read
The Amant Foundation in Brooklyn.
In Brooklyn, a Creative Campus Designed to Slow Artists and Visitors Down
3 minute read
A view into an empty concrete interior with a revolving door at its center
How Tom van Puyvelde Transformed a Berlin Bathhouse Into an Office Rooted in History and Place
3 minute read
Black and white abstract photo of twin towers by Simon Chaput
Simon Chaput’s Striking Photos of the Twin Towers Are a Love Letter to New York
5 minute read
A concrete home with a large window flanked by two trees
A New Book Surveys 11 Transcendent, Light-Filled Homes Designed by Tadao Ando
2 minute read
An astronaut on the moon, with a dome reflected in their visor.
Fish Scales and Lunar Dust May Hold the Key to Building on the Moon
2 minute read
The front and back cover of Spencer Bailey's book, “In Memory Of: Designing Contemporary Memorials”
Spencer Bailey on Memorials, Abstraction, and the Act of Unforgetting
7 minute read
The “Kwaeε” timber pavilion by Adjaye Associates. (Photo: Michelle Äärlaht. Courtesy Adjaye Associates)
An Intellectual African Revolution Comes to the Venice Architecture Biennale
8 minute read
Lina Ghotmeh. (Photo: Harry Richards. Courtesy Serpentine Galleries)
The Poetic, Humanistic Architecture of Lina Ghotmeh
29 minute read
A skate park designed by Saario in Columbus, Indiana. (Photo: Hadley Fruits. Courtesy Janne Saario)
Janne Saario Subtly Integrates Skate Parks Into Landscapes and Cities
4 minute read
A bedroom at the Eliot Noyes House, with a large blue painting, multicolored bedspread, and brass sculpture near a large glass window.
The Colorful History of the Eliot Noyes House, Explained by Abby Bangser
7 minute read
David Adjaye (Photo: Anoush Abrar. Courtesy Adjaye Associates)
The Alchemy of David Adjaye’s Architecture
32 minute read
Manitoga house designed by Russel Wright
An Exhibition Posits How Design Can Be a Steward of Nature and the Future
5 minute read
Cover of “Rocky Mountain Modern” by John Gendall
A New Book Traces the Evolution of Modernism in the Rocky Mountains
4 minute read
A wide-blade rip saw.
The Tools and Techniques That Built Japan
2 minute read
A building designed by MASS Design Group.
MASS Design Group’s Model for Building a More Just Society Through Architecture
2 minute read
“Block Party,” an installation in Bell Park by Studio Barnes, in collaboration with University of Colorado Boulder architecture and urban design professor Shawhin Roudbari and the Chicago nonprofit MAS Context. (Photo: Nathan Keay)
What to See at the 2021 Chicago Architecture Biennial
5 minute read
A bedroom with cork and brick walls
How This Antwerp Designer Uses Cork to Create Meditative Spaces of Silence
4 minute read
A page excerpt of the book.
This New Book Highlights Spaces Made to Engage the Senses
1 minute read
The entrance to the Bauhaus Museum Dessau.
A New Bauhaus Museum Worthy of Its Lineage
2 minute read
Daniel Libeskind in a black suit in front of a red wall, sitting on a geometric seat.
Daniel Libeskind’s “Classical Studies” Playlist
2 minute read
A large, open synagogue interior with a stained glass triangular chandelier.
Song and Art at a Synagogue Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
2 minute read
Installation view of the Herzog & de Meuron exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (14 July – 15 October 2023). Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London / David Parry. © Herzog & de Meuron
A Herzog & de Meuron Exhibition Emphasizes Architecture as Collective, Not Egocentric
5 minute read
Beatrice Galilee writing in a notebook with her laptop before her.
Beatrice Galilee’s New Architecture Conference Takes a Whole-Earth Perspective
4 minute read
Cartier's Milan flagship store
In Milan, a New Cartier Flagship Celebrates the City’s Opera
4 minute read
A hinoki bathtub in a concrete room with a small tree.
Hinoki Is the World’s Absolutely Best-Smelling Wood
2 minute read
Perfumer Mackenzie Reilly
Up-and-Coming Perfumer Mackenzie Reilly on the Architecture of Fragrance
3 minute read
Francis Kéré’s “Yesterday’s Tomorrow” installation at the 23rd International Exhibition at La Triennale di Milano. (Courtesy La Triennale di Milano)
In Milan, This Year’s Pritzker Prize Winner Takes a Victory Lap
4 minute read
Interior of an art installation with walls covered in rainbow-colored words and phrases
New York Inmates and the Ladd Brothers Want You to Think About Prison
2 minute read
The Kistefos Museum in Jevnaker, Norway
Bjarke Ingels on Creating Extraordinary Environments for Today and Tomorrow
1 minute read
Washington Square Park in New York City’s Greenwich Village. (Photo: Spencer Bailey)
A Walking Tour of Greenwich Village With Architecture Critic Michael Kimmelman
28 minute read
Interior of an industrial space with yellow scaffolding
This Soundscape Brings an Age-Old Model of Communal Living to Life
3 minute read
Michel Rojkind smiling and facing to the left, with a blurry background of the New York City skyline.
Michel Rojkind on Rhythm, Drumming, and How Music Influences His Design Practice
2 minute read
A woman and a man smelling bottles of fragrances.
This Olfactory Design Studio in Berlin Makes Scents That Stimulate the Soul
2 minute read
John Pawson. (Photo: Gilbert McCarragher. Courtesy Phaidon)
John Pawson’s Approach to Making Life Simpler
23 minute read
The Wind and Water Bar mid-construction. (Photo: Phan Quang. Courtesy Thames & Hudson.)
In Vietnam, Võ Trọng Nghĩa Merges Nature and Architecture
2 minute read
A wooden panda.
Bjarke Ingels’s Miniature Wooden Panda for Architectmade
1 minute read
Elyn Zimmerman's 1993 World Trade Center bombing memorial
Elyn Zimmerman Created a Memorial to the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing—Then It Was Destroyed on 9/11
7 minute read
Pete Simoneaux's "Pineapple Pilot for Spaceship Earth" recipe, with an illustration of a pineapple in black and white.
Architecture-Themed Recipes to Cook, from Buckminster Fuller and his Friends
1 minute read
Four images arranged in a grid depicting a man in a suit, the words "Less than Zero" in red on a black background, an address, and a picture of an outdoor courtyard
Benjamin Critton on Modernist Homes in Popular Films
4 minute read
The Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin
David Chipperfield Sets a New Stage for Mies van der Rohe’s Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin
2 minute read
Artist and designer Omer Arbel
How Serendipity Helps Omer Arbel Materialize the Unseen
3 minute read
Jonah Takagi. (Photo: Erik Benjamins. Courtesy Marta)
Jonah Takagi on Media as the Place Where the Practical Meets the Personal
13 minute read
Two copies of Offscreen magazine featuring a woman with black glasses on the front cover.
Editor and Publisher Kai Brach’s Inspiringly Minimalist Media Intake
4 minute read