Latest Building Projects

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Opens in Orlando

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts opened in downtown Orlando, with a vision to create a new entertainment hub.

Acrosanti's East Crescent Complex, begun in 1980, remains about 75 percent complete, and continues despite Paolo Soleri's 2013 death.

Past Progressives, 1979: Arcosanti's East Crescent Complex

The East Crescent addition to Paolo Soleri's Acrosanti complex won guarded praise from energy-conscious P/A Award jurors.

Tour Carpe Diem, Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

The New York-based architects have created a light-footed tower in La Défense, one of the most maligned modernist enclaves in Paris.

Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, designed by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration

For the University of Melbourne’s design school in Australia, the two architecture firms have created a new building that wears pedagogy on its well-appointed sleeve.

Williamstrip Bath House, Designed by Craig Hamilton Architects

Craig Hamilton Architects looks to antiquity, British Architectural History, and even the goddess Aphrodite to create a classical bathhouse in the Cotswolds.

First Look at Richard Meier's Taichung Condominium Tower

The latest project from Richard Meiers & Partners is a luxury apartment building in upscale Taichung, Taiwan

The new Mariposa Land Port of Entry is one of the busiest vehicular ports into the United States.

Mariposa Land Port of Entry, Designed by Jones Studio

The Phoenix-based firm balanced security and serenity in its design for one of the busiest border stations in the United States, sited in Nogales, Ariz.

National Mall's Constitution Gardens Redesign Approved and Moving Forward

The competition-winning plan covers a 50-acre site and features a lakeside glass pavilion.

The glass sails enveloping the Fondation Louis Vuitton were developed to increase the overall height of the structure, while still staying within city codes.

Fondation Louis Vuitton, Designed by Gehry Partners

Frank Gehry discusses the inception of his pavilion-like cultural center in Paris’s Bois de Boulogne, and how his design process influenced the result.

 
 
 

The 2014 ARCHITECT 50

The ARCHITECT 50

Check out who made the cut this year, and in past years, for the ARCHITECT 50.


 
 

Next Progressives series

Jennifer Marmon stands beside a section model for PARs Helsinki Central Library proposal. The firm collaborated with Arup on a highly technical, transparent façade with thermal properties.

Friendly Competition

Los Angeles firm Platform for Architecture + Research sees competitions as vehicles for building working relationships, regardless of their outcomes.


 
 
 

Innovative Detail series

Heydar Aliyev International Airport

Istanbul-based architecture studio Autoban creates a wooden village to encourage wandering in a vast terminal.


 
 

Up and Running series

Informed Decisions for Investing in the Future

How can you find the right space and the appropriate tools at a reasonable price to guarantee that the investments you make will be beneficial for your firm?


 
 
 

Current Issue

November 2014

NADAAA and John Wardle team up in Melbourne, Robert A.M. Stern's Tour Carpe Diem in Paris, the Eiffel Tower's new look, KEM Studio's blending of architecture and industrial design, Hodgetts + Fung's chapel in California, tips on revamping your website, Patkau's Tula House overlooks British Columbia, how to recruit and keep the best, and more ...

 
 
 

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