The waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen was selected as a citation winner in the 62nd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
The pyrimidal "courtscraper" on New York City's West Side was chosen as a citation winner int he 62nd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
This ferry terminal and office tower in Keelung, Taiwan, was selected as a citation winner in the 62nd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
This new office and hotel complex in Mexico City was selected as an award winner in the 62nd annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
This revitalization of the area immediately south of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., was selected as an award winner in the 62nd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
Parlá’s recently completed mural, ONE: Union of the Senses, adorns the lobby of One World Trade Center.
This little league fieldhouse in Clifton Forge, Va., is the newest project from the Virginia Tech-based practice.
These cedar-clad dwellings for music residents in Marlboro, Vt., take an iconic house form and update it with minimal detailing and a palette of local materials.
This new concert hall in Blaibach, Germany, is part of an effort to revitalize the village town center, by creating a performing arts venue that holds one-tenth of the local population.
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With offices in New York and the Philippines, CAZA brings a global perspective and academic background to design.
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