We announced the following projects and you took notice. Here is a ranking of the projects that readers showed the most interest in.
The residential development introduces a green, open design scheme to an urban Roman neighborhood.
Researchers at the University of Stuttgart's Institute for Computational Design, in Germany, are developing a 3D-printed architectural system for natural ventilation that emulates a pine cone.
The legislation authorizes deductions for buildings and renovations completed in 2014.
The software developer discussed the future of the architecture profession at its annual conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The Berkeley Art Museum ends a 44-year run in its Mario Ciampi building, parts of the D.C. Metro flooded on Tuesday, and more news for midweek.
From furniture, to fabrication, to UCLA professor Greg Lynn's boat, here are 11 objects and innovations that caught our eyes this year.
The Architecture Billings Index reflects a decrease in the rate of growth in demand, but shows that all project sectors are experiencing modest growth.
The Arts Coalition for the Dupont Underground signed a 5.5 year lease for the space.
For a recent exhibition, experimental Dutch studio Rietveld Architecture-Art-Affordances and visual artist Barbara Visser swapped conventional desking with geometric planes to explore new ways to work.