A former artist resident at Autodesk's Pier9 explains how he used computational design to generate an organic, three-dimensional form.
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) opened its exhibition, HOT TO COLD: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation, at the National Building Museum. The exhibition features a dizzying spectrum of new and forthcoming work from the New York- and Copenhagen-based firm.
A Louis Kahn house for sale, a map of American real estate searches, and two upcoming panels in New York.
The institutional sector, which saw monthly gains throughout the second half of 2014, will be the most significant driver of a marketplace resurgence in 2015 and 2016, says the AIA's chief economist, Kermit Baker.
Four firms, including HDR | TMK, JSWD Architects, Sander Hofrichter Architects, and TSJ Architects, will design, build, maintain, and operate the renovated German health care facilities.
New York launches an interactive map for browsing a photo collection, and Chicago launches one highlighting "problem landlords."
After constructing what the company claims are the world's tallest 3D-printed apartment building and first 3D-printed mansion, WinSun Decoration Design Engineering announced plans to build factories worldwide and promote the use of additive-manufacturing technology in the construction industry.
The U.S. culture and research organization could open its first permanent gallery abroad in 2021.
On Tuesday, The Guardian hosted a urban writing panel led by critic Oliver Wainwright, writer Owen Hatherley, and the editor of the Guardian Cities website Mike Herd. ARCHITECT captured some of the insights from Twitter.
After the federal court decision to uphold the project was made in January, a Colorado grassroots group opposed to the roughly 6-mile installation by Christo and Jeanne-Claude sought different methods to ensure the project would not be realized.