Architect Oscar Niemeyer, 104, has returned to a Rio hospital. He has been hospitalized several times this year for issues ranging from dehydration to pneumonia.
Aaron Betsky says that Hurricane Sandy proves that we need infrastructure for our basic...
In a commission dealing with the heavy topics of death and remembrance, HGA decided on...
THE NEW YORK TIMES
The free, public format aims to standardize the disclosure of building product contents...
Made entirely from recycled paper, NakedBoard can be used as decorative wall board,...
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
French researchers used radiocarbon dating of 11th and 13th century cathedrals to find that the master builders of the period used iron to realize their lofty stone structures.
The former and future U.S. Embassy building in Havana is a relic of Washington's post-WWII bid to use modern architecture to project its image as a triumphant, dynamic superpower.
Columnist Aaron Betsky responds to criticisms on the profession from Steven Bingler and Martin C. Pedersen in a recent New York Times opinion piece.
Josh Cochran illustrates a day in New York City within a large accordion fold book, featuring exteriors of landmarks on one side of the page and revealing interiors on the other.
Cities decorate with lights for the holidays, Gizmag names the world's oddest buildings, and more news for your Tuesday morning.
The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive closed in its Berkeley, Calif., Brutalist building after 44 years. The museum plans to reopen in a new Diller Scofidio + Renfro building in 2016.
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