A drone-eye view of Foster + Partner's Apple headquarters, a ceiling installation that reacts to movement, and more stories for Tuesday.
The installation features a sauna that can hold 250 people. In other news, Fannie Mae is planning to consolidate their Washington, D.C., offices, and National Geographic Traveler ranks the world's smartest cities.
Google and the Alvar Aalto Foundation collaborated on virtual visits to some of Aalto’s most prominent buildings—and some lesser-known gems—in Finland.
Following last week's announcement that the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture faces accreditation loss in 2017, Malone gives a deeper insight into the school's relationship with Wright's foundation.
The artist's MoMA exhibition, "The Production Line of Happiness," is a visual field focused on the relationship between humans and machines.
The owner of the Washington, D.C., football team revealed that a new stadium is in the future, critic John King reports on how San Francisco towers are being designed to survive earthquakes, and more news for Thursday.
Big Ass Fans recently upgraded its consumer unit to work with Nest’s Learning Thermostat, revising an old-school air-cooling method to fit the Internet-connected home.
The project spans more than one million square feet and includes two museums, a youth center, and various retail projects.
Construction on the Taipei Performing Arts Center tops out, shoes inspired by the Eames Lounge chair, and more stories for Wednesday.
BIG’s second proposal for the museum in Park City, Utah, has been rejected for lack of compatibility with Main Street.