Architecture

The Getty: The Littlest High Rise in New York

Is this really the right time for a six-unit condo that’s the most indulgent, tricked-out venture ever conceived by an outrageous architect and...

Architecture

An American Treasure In Buffalo

A look at two landmarks in the city's architectural history. 

Architecture

Japan's Master Builder: Architect Sou Fujimoto

The Tokyo-based design innovator is a visionary as well as architect.

Architecture

Making A Scene: Architect Ma Yansong

Facing down critics and mediocrity with a bold vision for the future, will he usher in a new era of architecture?

Architecture

Inside Cité du Vin, Bordeaux’s $90-Million Bet

The French winemaking capital’s new architectural showpiece falls short—but it’s what’s inside that counts.

Architecture

Real Estate: Risky Business

Once the last bastion of aged experience in the world of design, developers today are younger and more aggressive, bringing a fresh eye to the...

Architecture

How to Do the Venice Biennale

Essential things to know before heading to one of the art world's buzziest events.

Architecture

Eli Broad’s Victory Lap

A look at the impact of L.A.'s Broad Museum on Grand Avenue, just six weeks after opening. 

Architecture

Renovating Marcel Breuer's Stillman Houses: The Boys on the Hill

Many can sympathize with arduous renovations, but for one ambitious Connecticut couple, the restoration of modernist homes is virtually an...

Architecture

On the Rise: 56 Leonard

As 56 Leonard, the first tower in New York by architects Herzog & de Meuron, nears completion, Ian Volner analyzes this ultimate symbol of...