L'Observatoire International has designed an integrated lighting scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art that reveals the depth of the building's Beaux-Arts façade and assists wayfinding in its new Olin-designed plaza.Read More
A Florida architect designed a wearable building outfit for a race, a judge ruled in favor of installing signs at Chicago's Wrigley field, and more news to kick off your weekend.Read More
The winners of the AIA's 2015 Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture are Thomas E. Lollini and Thomas Luebke.Read More
Myriad decisions and a clear mission defines the creative process. In the end, our legacy is about design, but it's also about how well we've been stewards of the land.Read More
This year's AIA Institute Honors for Collaborative and Professional Achievement, which recognizes people and organizations that have influenced the industry, went to the Lyceum Fellowship and Transsolar KlimaEngineering.Read More
This ferry terminal and office tower in Keelung, Taiwan, was selected as a citation winner in the 62nd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
We bring you the latest from MIT wunderkind Skylar Tibbits, gesture-driven CAD, super-strong snail teeth, and more.Read More
Led by The Harry Bertoia Foundation, Bertoia Studios, and Important Records, this project aims to fund the transfer for more than 350 unreleased tapes of sound sculpture recordings by Harry Bertoia to a digital archive.Read More
The founder and partner of New York–based landscape architecture studio SCAPE has been named director of the Urban Design Program for the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.Read More
After serving in various leadership positions at RISD for the past three decades, Somerson takes over as the head of her alma mater.Read More
Hélène Binet is the 2015 recipient of the Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography award, and is being honored with a career-encompassing exhibition highlighting the photo artist’s evocative explorations of light and dark.Read More
The museum is home to an extensive architectural toy collection ranging from antique Lincoln Logs to original Tinker Toys that recalls a playtime before the advent of video games.Read More
A cutting-edge conservation tool uses light to erase 50 years of damage to Harvard University's famed murals by Mark Rothko.Read More
Held in Valencia, Spain, this year from Feb. 9 to 13, the annual event showcased improvements in material performance and imaging for ceramic tile manufactured in Spain and beyond.Read More
A graphic designer turns the runways of five American airports into gorgeous silkscreen prints.Read More
Seven-hundred bike spots, lockers, and showers and not an engine in sight.Read More
Maximizing natural light is not always as easy as adding a couple of windows. Luckily the design world has a wealth of strategies to borrow natural light so no space is left alone in the dark.Read More
Imperatives, inherent and otherwise, in parsing the ethics of architecture.Read More
D.C.'s Zoning Commission proposed a limit on pop-ups, President Obama will designate three new national monuments, a Florida high school got a graffiti makeover, and the National Cathedral's initial renovation was completed.Read More
A new index to measure sprawl puts L.A. above New York and San Francisco. Read More
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