A house with a dynamic, shifting form connects with the river, pond, and mountains around it.
Smart glass can balance comfort and sustainability with demands for natural light.
Nestled in the hills close to Chile’s picturesque coastline, this residence brings the outdoors in.
A visual feast creates a dramatic first impression for a hotel lobby in Dubai.
At the heart of the Minnesota mall, pedestrians might gather, find respite, or take a selfie underneath the LEDs.
Husband-and-wife architects Francesco Breganze and Virginia Valentini distinguished their first collection of vases, candle holders and case goods with clever nods to the built environment. Read more.
A modern, single-family residence is integrated with the surrounding Indianapolis woods.
The new building will be the museum’s first permanent home.
Color, form, and materiality shine to provide ambience and visual punch.
Architect Carol Ross Barney and Maximiliano Carmona, McDonald’s senior director of global design and development, share their insights on strategies that can be employed across retail. Read more.
Located between the Paracas Desert and Peru’s Pacific coast, this house is designed to resist winds and provide privacy.
Hired to develop an art program for the MGM Springfield Resort and Casino in Massachusetts, art consultancy RAREculture took an unusual approach to one outdoor installation. Read more.
A volume of essays unveils the ideas and possibilities that have influenced Craig Hodgetts’ architectural work.
Hidden luminaires help the three-story lobby of an office tower at Hudson Yards in New York achieve an ageless character.
LED technology expands the effective lighting solutions for urban environments and landscapes.
A new residential complex brings native greenery to Kuala Lumpur’s modern skyline.
These sleek specification-grade fixtures and systems will optimize a range of projects and programs.
These site furnishings, pavers, and luminaries add convenience and visual interest to public spaces.
In Argentina, a single-family home strikes a balance between indoor and outdoor living.
A vivid catalogue of alluring and troubling material and physical processes showcases the work being done by Cooper Union architecture students.