The Chapel of the Holy Cross, set on a spectacular cliff above Sedona, Ariz., exemplifies the melding of structure and site.Read More
The demolition of Steven Holl's House at Martha's Vineyard seems both truly unfortunate and oddly fitting, given its initial inspiration.Read More
As green walls have emerged as a way of covering buildings with vegetation, this P/A citation-winning project offers a cautionary tale.Read More
Philadelphia's Municipal Services Building, by Vincent Kling, won high praise for its contribution to broader urban design goals.Read More
This San Francisco building reveals how our interpretation of an architectural form can change with the times.Read More
Designed to cross a planned reservoir, the Ruck-a-Chucky bridge would have been a marriage of architecture and engineering.Read More
The Society Hill Towers by I.M. Pei & Associates, which won a 1961 P/A Award, exemplifies the integration of urban renewal into the city fabric.Read More
West Broadway Housing is one of Boston's most diverse areas, in part due to the renovation of a 1948 public housing project, which won a citation in the 1983 P/A Awards.Read More
Helmut Jahn’s first recognition in the P/A Awards program, a 1978 citation, came with the design for a Chicago tower that was expressive of the 1970s “Silvers.”Read More
Winner of a 1984 P/A Awards citation, the plan for the Florida beachfront community by Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk epitomized the revival of traditional urban design.Read More
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