Surgut, Russia / Designed by Erick van Egeraat
Queens, N.Y. / Caples Jefferson Architects
Kansas City, Mo. / Helix Architecture + Design
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Recent national and grassroots initiatives open the door for reuse to have a greater role in sustainable design.
Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.
Peter Rose’s urban design for the port of Montreal mixes public access with a working waterfront.
This new public pavilion in Winnipeg’s Old Market Square is more than a bandshell. It’s an example of how R+D can influence the urban environment.
Norman Foster studied under Paul Rudolph at Yale, but his School of Management building on the university’s New Haven campus takes a different tack.
This not-quite-beachside house on a hillside in Spain brings the water to the residents.
This complex of four performative row houses in Hamburg, Germany, designed by Kennedy & Violich Architecture, builds on years of research, including an R+D Award–winning prototype.
A 10-foot-deep façade extension in Mexico City transforms a standard department store into an active public space, inside and out.
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