SeaUA, designed by Travis Price Architects, turns a single-family house into an apartment building intended for 24 occupants in the Brookland neighborhood.
A timelapse of the new WMATA Silver Line, renderings of Detroit's Red Wings arena, and more news stories for Tuesday.
Purdue University researchers have developed a technique to produce sensory and stretchable "soft machines" for use in consumer electronics and robotics.
Come December, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will unveil its massive three-year renovation along with a device that could dramatically change the way we experience museums.
In a bid to establish itself as a “premier lifestyle brand,” Herman Miller will buy the 16-year-old North American retailer of contemporary home furnishings.
The recent selection of Martino Stierli as MoMA's new chief curator of architecture and design left Aaron Betsky wondering why the museum chose the Swiss professor over its own senior curator, Paola Antonelli.
A new Paul Rudolph monograph offers a fresh take on the architect’s concrete projects.
Joseph Giovannini argues that Peter Zumthor's LACMA design doesn't actually solve the museum's design problem, and more stories from the weekend.
Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Eastern Finland have developed a system of electrodes and a sensing skin that spots and images cracks in concrete surfaces.
San Francisco's football team cuts the ribbon on their new Santa Clara, Calif. stadium, why ruin photos are click-bait, and more stories to wrap up the work week.