(Already have an account? Log in)


Not sure? Read the benefits of registration.

Need help registering? Send us an email!

Create a new account with ARCHITECT!

* Required fields

Register using your Social Network:





  • Promenade, with the rest of the cultural campus visible beyond.

    Taiyuan Museum of Art, Designed by Preston Scott Cohen

    With his new art museum in northern China, the Cambridge, Mass.–based architect proves that parametric form can still follow function.

  • Returning to the Kunsthal, by OMA

    More than two decades after its completion, the museum and architectural icon gets a 21st-century update from the firm that knows it best: the Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

  • AIAVoices: Contributing Structures

    Making the case for architecture.

  • Dialogue: Security Theater

    Edward Snowden was a toddler when Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio began to explore the inverse relationship between security and privacy. Now their work seems prescient.

  • The Broad

    Los Angeles / Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler. Citation.

  • TBA 21

    Patagonia, Argentina / Xefirotarch / Hernan Diaz Alonso. Honorable Mention.

  • Connecting the Public to Art, All In One Pour

    A floating concrete walkway by Mateo Arquitectura is intended to be invisible to visitors to the Cultural Center in Castelo Branco, Portugal.

  • Cloverdale749

    Los Angeles / Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects. Award.

  • White walls for mounting artwork contrast with the stark concrete floors and walls.

    David Zwirner

    New York / Selldorf Architects. Award.

  • Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York includes an encylopedia collection of paintings, models, and even videos clips from this retrospective exhibition of the famed Franco-Swiss architect.

    Le Corbusier Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art

    With an encyclopedic collection of analog artifacts, curators have accomplished what Philip Johnson himself could not: The Franco-Swiss architect’s first major retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.



Twitter Facebook LinkedIn RSS pinterest

Architect News App

Download this to your iPad to keep up with the latest for the design and construction industry.