A decline in billings in March after two months of weak growth suggests that winter isn't quite done with the economy.
Philip Johnson's iconic New York State Pavilion opened for one day only on its 50th anniversary—the first time it has seen visitors in nearly 30 years.
Restorers are building a replica of King Tut's tomb that recreates how it appeared when it was first discovered. Is it better than the real thing?
An award-winning product eliminates the plastic bottle from portable water, but it may prove too delicate—and too strange—to solve the bottle waste problem.
The American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment names the top green buildings of the year.
School of Visual Arts graduate student Michie Cao sells prints of well-known modern buildings—an idea that developed from her undergraduate career learning architectural history.
Designers who know their way around SketchUp and the suite of in-house and third-party plug-ins can create everything from a streetcar route to a whale shark.
Mixed reviews on a proposal to convert a pair of Chicago Wright houses into bed and breakfasts, Thomas Phifer's Salt Lake City courthouse, and more.
After two bombs were detonated at the finish line of last year’s Boston Marathon, a group of New England architects, suppliers, and manufacturers are teaming up to make the victims’ homes accessible.
The Houston university is removing the corrugated metal structure that had been constructed to house a MoMA exhibition more than 40 years ago.