After two bombs were detonated at 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.
The boxy, dull, and unsophisticated exterior of the Whitney Museum of American Art, currently under construction, is unfitting of the museum's ambitions.
Six architecture firms each created an office suite with no design restraints in a design competition to build the office of the future.
The project's first phase will focus on the exterior and geometry of the geodesic dome in Carbondale, Ill.
One of the semifinalists in the annual Washington Post "Peeps Show" is a sugary recreation of veterans storming the WWII memorial, created by ARCHITECT's art director.
The federal Highway Trust Fund is nearly broke and without congressional action, state and local governments could start shutting down transit projects this summer.
An artwork originally built for Eero Saarinen's Black Rock skyscraper in Manhattan is getting a new life at the Culinary Institute of America.
Trimble introduces tools to support model viewing, computational design, and laser scanner data—and the concept of open-source gets applied to the conference.
AMLGM designed transportation infrastructure for the future, the Hudson Yard development becomes the first American "quantified community," and more.