The Royal Institute of British Architects has named six finalists for one of the United Kingdom’s most highly regarded architectural prizes.
The exhibition, which is on view through November 11, features works created by Dion over the last 25 years.
Inspired by nature but partly built by robots, the BUGA Wood Pavilion by ICD University of Stuttgart in Germany is a perfect host for outdoor events.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Beartooth Mountains, a surprisingly intimate structure of vertical pine logs offers a serene place of respite for visitors to the arts center.
A 2016 Design Vanguard designs storefront clinics for high-tech healthcare.
Wright’s architecture comprises the 24th American site on the World Heritage List.
A new literary café in Mexico City fast becomes a community gathering spot.
The much-admired, award-winning architect, died July 9 at the age of 66. He had been diagnosed with ALS in 2016.
Hutker Architects has reconstituted the original 1987 Steven Holl design of a Martha's Vineyard house.
A book of thought-provoking essays queries the nature of place asking landscapes to reveal their meanings.
Anthony Alofsin's new book on Wright's tumultuous relationship with New York City is the third one centering on a connection that Wright himself might have thought unworthy.
Henry Cobb shares his tribute to the late Pritzker laureate, who he remembers as his "mentor, colleague, and friend."
Depending upon visitors’ angle of approach, the structure either announces its presence boldly or hides behind an unassuming party wall—which more or less sums up the guiding principles around its design.
Several projects currently underway at the Cambridge, Massachusetts, institution aim to engage with their surroundings.
A hospital on a mountainside integrates nature and touches of home into a new patient facility.
Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic by Foster + Partners
An architect's thoughtful strategy results in a multidisciplinary health-education facility in Cleveland.
A facility for neurological disorders gives the University of Cincinnati's medical campus a fresh face.
An office specializing in straight teeth doesn't shy away from curves.
Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Ruess’s winning design for the 2019 Young Architects Program sets the stage for PS1’s summer Warm Up.
See the full list of this year’s top 300 firms, ranked by their architectural revenue from the prior year, and learn about what business trends architecture and design companies are seeing.