Table of Contents April 2014
Galloway Township, Boston, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago
The new Dover Street Market outpost in Manhattan was designed as a riotous interpretation of a high-end pop-up.
Joyce Hwang’s practice, Ants of the Prairie, is generating buzz with innovative projects that create urban habitats for bees, bats, and other threatened species.
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.
With his new art museum in northern China, the Cambridge, Mass.–based architect proves that parametric form can still follow function.
Emerson College’s new Hollywood outpost, designed by Morphosis Architects, brings added density—and a striking silhouette—to this rapidly changing neighborhood.
K2S Architects realized an unorthodox form for a chapel in Helsinki with help from a team of former shipbuilders.
Using advanced digital and lighting technology, UNStudio created a dynamic façade that captivates the city of Wuhan, China, during the day and night.
Local architect Dirk Denison integrates a multistory landscape into an infill site in Lincoln Park.
Ando's new Dream Chair doesn't exactly live up to its billing. Here's why architects tend to struggle in their pursuit of sitting comfort.
Deborah Osburn, the California-based designer behind online luxe tile marketplace Clé, is applying traditional Japanese textile-dyeing techniques to tile production using a method that relies on equal parts chemistry and patience.