It was the year of the ugly-beautiful at this year's Milan design expo.
Climate change is changing the world, and part of being a good citizen will be how each of us reduces our carbon output.
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LTL's Arthouse at the Jones Center exemplifies the best in adaptive reuse, but at what cost?
Architect talks to Walter Hood about his approach to diverse landscape architecture projects.
University of Notre Dame instructor Stella Papadopoulos talks about tips for entering...
Retail developments are leading the surge in new construction in emerging markets...
Preservation and positive construction forecasts mark new projects and growth for...
The Metropol Parasol is the world's largest structure held together by glue.
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Water intrusion makes up more than 70 percent of construction litigation. Roofs are often the culprit.
Kohn Pedersen Fox integrated office blocks by Bunshaft and Kling into the World Bank complex.
Alex MacLean's aerial photographs reveal the complicated relationship between man and the planet; through July 2.
The legacy of World War II is still with us in architecture, as explored in this exhibit; through Sept. 18.
Architect Frederick Fisher builds a circular wall around his 10-year-old building, the Otis College of Art and Design; June 25 to Sept. 1.
For those looking to explore anew the age-old skill of model-building, Megan Werner provides a useful how-to guide.
Critic Nina Rappaport's exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum studies citycentric factories; through July 10.
Wendy Heldmann's paitings at Sci-ARC capture architect studio all-nighters well; through July 29.
Twenty experts gang together to consider what architecture is sacred and what isn't.
A new website records book recommendations by architects and interior, landscape, and graphic designers, and allows visitors to create...
Centers for architecture in New York and Amsterdam partner to reimagine both cities in 29 years; through Sept. 10.
After visiting alleys around the world, designer Daniel Toole presents his findings in the alleyways of Seattle; through July 1.
Are the buildings of the 2000s really monsterpieces? So speculates Harvard GSD grads Aude-Line Duliere and Clara Wong.
A new swivel-base chair based on Norman Cherner's 1958 design.
Office chair made of a steel tube frame with a full range of motion.
This office chair's Y-frame back with a 3D elastomer mesh offers a full range of motion.
The classic 1969 chair is now available in executive, management, side, and lounge models.
Office chair with a back designed to support the spine from the T1 to L5 vertebrae.
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