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...

Architecture

Koolhaas, Two Ways

Two projects from architect Rem Koolhaas open soon in Milan and Moscow.

Architecture

Finnish Line: The Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition

The competition to decide who will design the new Guggenheim museum in Helsinki will be resolved in June.

Architecture

The Venice Biennale’s New Australian Pavilion

As the first structure of the 21st century to be built in the city’s historic Giardini, a celebration ushers in the future while honoring the...

Architecture

The Enduring Charm of Palm Springs Architecture

A photographer captures the unique architecture of Palm Springs.

Architecture

Naming the Miami Skyline

Today it's practically impossible to name a world-class architect without a presence in the city: Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and...