Columnist Aaron Betsky discusses how his ideas for planning in the city have changed over the past 15 years.
The L.A. designer was known for her work with Jon Jerde on the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
Two bridges by RO&AD in The Netherlands use minimal construction and illusory perspectives to dematerialize the typically dense infrastructure type.
The move signals the St. Louis–based firm's re-entry into sports architecture. In other stories driving the day, construction began on the Bjarke Ingels–designed Lego House in Denmark.
AIA chief economist Kermit Baker attributes the boost in design activity in part to the institutional sector which is finally strengthening after more than five years of suffering.
Aaron Betsky continues his discussion of architecture, morality, ethics, and the meaning of beauty.
The State Department picks architects for two embassy projects, a map of the astounding rates of homes bought with cash, and more news for Tuesday.
The deal, reportedly valued at $200 million, joins a recent spate of activity in the home-automation sector.
The Seattle-based design firm tackles solar radiation and sunlight with a user-controlled, responsive sunshade that swaps window blinds for cantilevered shelves.
The New York-based firm will design a new cultural center to house both the museum and the TR Warszawa Theater on Delifad Square