Table of Contents May 2013
The city's close relationship with the car isn’t over just yet. But a wave of transit-oriented development is starting to take Denver in a new direction.
The global age of the city is upon us. But as June Williamson reminds us, architects and designers shouldn’t give up on the quest to retrofit suburbia.
Pacific Standard Time attempts to unravel the complicated architectural legacy of Los Angeles. Is the city of eternal youth finally embracing its past?
David Benjamin is just as comfortable manipulating bacteria to create new building materials as he is working with famous clients like Kanye West.
Designed by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas, this mixed-use complex in Singapore may be the only structure where you can shop on a Saturday afternoon, go to a rock concert that night, and return to the same seat for Sunday church services.
Two weeks before the official opening of the new complex in Dallas last month, Robert A.M. Stern sat down with ARCHITECT to discuss what it means to design a building that speaks to the legacy, not just of one man, but of the highest office in the Western world.
Amsterdam’s temple to the Dutch Masters reopens after a decadelong renovation that blends modern design by Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos with a revamped curatorial strategy in the fully restored galleries.
Within every historic renovation are modern materials that harmonize a project’s past with today’s code requirements. These four architects found creative solutions to meet preservation and sustainability guidelines.
It’s ostentatious … It’s ephemeral … It’s useful? Wallpaper gains functionality and credibility.
The decision by the Museum of the Modern Art to raze the former American Folk Art Museum, designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects just 12 years ago, risks the museum's credibility as a voice on architecture.