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How to Restore a Scottish Castle Home, After 430 Years

How Ancient 'Skywells' Are Keeping Chinese Homes Cool

First Renderings Revealed For Silicon Valley Titans’ Utopian City: ‘California Forever’

Opinion: Rebuilding Lahaina: Show Respect For Lahaina By Restoring Its Once Lush Wetlands

Flowing Vaulted Roofs Top Tarang Arts Space by The Grid Architects

Maayaa Resort, in Anaikatti, India, by Aslam Sham Architects

What Became of the Ancient Greek City they Found in Afghanistan?

Japanese Sento (Bath Houses) and Design

Mountain Villa in Saiko is a Holiday Home That Overlooks Mount Fuji Integrates Landscape and Living Room

Architect's Alphabet: 'G' is for Green Serpentine Stone

The World’s 12 Most Spectacular Modern Churches; From a copper-clad church in Finland to an indoor-outdoor sanctuary in Mexico, discover what makes these modern churches such travel-worthy destinations

Archaeologists discover 2,000-year-old Roman house in Rabat, Morocco; At its prime, the house was at the centre of ancient city of Melite; Complete with ith a waste disposal system

Ruins of Ancient Nero’s Theater Discovered Near Vatican

Shulin Architects Completes New Gateway To China's Liuba Mountain Scenic Area

Fender’s First Ever Flagship Store by Klein-Dytham Architecture; In Harajuku, Tokyo

Architect’s Guide to Thinking about Hybrid/Multicloud; Going multicloud should not lead to a ballooning IT budget and inability to hit milestones; Help manage costs and accelerate the roadmap

Breaking the Standards: 10 Architects Who Are Daring in their Color Palettes

Floating Architecture Isn’t The Future. It’s Already Here

Can Tiny House Villages Be a Homelessness Fix? Portland, Oregon, has been a pioneer in using the trendy mini-homes as homeless shelters, but debates about the effectiveness of the approach persist

An Amazing CV! Tribute: Thierry Despont (1948–2023)

Despont: Fleshing Out the Getty Museum

Architect Peter Marino on How He Revamped Tiffany & Co.’s New York Flagship and Turned It Into a 10-Story Art Gallery; Famed architect has filled the Fifth Avenue flagship, dubbed the Landmark, with major works of art

Architect's Alphabet: 'F' is for Fractable: Design Element Dresses Up Plain Roof Gables

Multi Terrace House by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

Whoa! Virginia Treehouse by Robert Young Architects

Norfolk Barn; 31/44 Architects

Modern Architecture: Everything You Need to Know; Prominent Throughout Europe and The United States in The Early 20Th Century, The Modernist Movement Was A Time Of Both Aesthetic And Structural Advancement

David Zwirner office in New York is a flexible, minimalist haven by Annabelle Selldorf; Step inside the ultra-flexible and minimalist David Zwirner office in New York, designed by Selldorf Architects

This Bonkers ‘Whale House’ in Santa Barbara, Inspired by Antoni Gaudí’s Architectural Whimsy, Comes to the Surface for $3.3 Million; Like Gaudí's monuments to idiosyncrasy, the house was designed without straight lines or flat walls, or even renderings

‘It’s already way beyond what humans can do’: will AI wipe out architects? It’s revolutionising building – but could AI kill off an entire profession? Perhaps not, finds our writer, as he enters a world where Corbusier-style marvels and 500-room hotels are just a click away

Architectural Metal Capabilities are Expanded as Armstrong World Industries Acquires BŌK Modern

Finding Inspiration in Histories of Indian Families With Powerful Architectural Legacies

Creating harmonious spaces: A conversation with architect David Thulstrup; Exploring the fusion of Scandinavian heritage and modern design language in Thulstrup's refined approach to architecture and interior design

Retrofitting history: The Northcliffe by John Robertson Architects: Has repurposed the 1920s Daily Mail HQ in the City of London to create one of the 1% of refurbishment projects to achieve BREEAM Outstanding

Hyper Modern Los Angeles Duplex by Bittoni Architects

The (Saudi) Line Architects Explained The Thinking Behind The Megacity

Aloha, Modernism! Modernism found a distinctive expression on the Hawaiian islands, thanks both to their isolation and the arrival of immigrant architects. In Honolulu, one can find extraordinary mid-century houses tailored to the tropical climate

Zaha Hadid Architects Opens ‘The New World’ Exhibition to Mark 15 years in China

The Other One Percent: Architect's Tour: Inside A $14,950,000 Luxury Modern Townhouse In New York City

Between Greece and Scandinavia: Studio Visit and Interview With Block722 Architects

Modern Architecture: Everything You Need to Know

Designed to Support Aging in Place

Estate by Architect C.P. Drewett of Drewett Works

Houston Will Soon Be Home to a High-Tech, Clean-Energy Public Artwork That Will Generate Electricity for Its Neighborhood; Sculpture, dubbed the Arch of Time, has been designed by German architect Riccardo Mariano

New Book: London Tube Stations: 1924-1961; London Tube Stations 1924–1961 presents each period of development, Line by Line, with contemporary photos of all the surviving stations

Architect Collaborated with 7 Renowned Artisans to Create this Stunning Home in Japan

An Incredibly Tidy Little Polish Park For All Ages

Twenty Two Artists Created Over 120 Artworks Throughout the Tokyo Offices of GREE

As If You Were Vacationing with Wes Anderson: The Hotels

How Architects Fell Into Bed With the Artworld

RIBA Launch Reinvention Prize To Encourage Refurbishment Over Demolition; Shortlist of award for repurposed buildings rather than new-builds includes Wolverhampton School of Architecture and Museum of the Home in London

What Would Architecture Look Like in the Virtual Realm? See Inside a New Show of Gravity-Defying, A.I.-Generated Designs; Now on view at MAK Vienna, the show includes works by Charlotte Taylor, Andrés Reisinger, and more

In interior with a curtain: living in Modern Milan; In Milan, fōndaco studio created a new apartment in a ‘60s residential building by Gian Paolo Valenti, adapting the original Modern Architecture to today’s living needs.

Museums cut ties with David Adjaye after sexual misconduct allegations; Since bombshell accusations about the architect's behaviour became public, cultural institutions have rushed to distance themselves from him

Curbed: David Adjaye, Falling Starchitect

This Time, The Architects Are On Exhibit: Architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron

Falcon Ledge Residence in Austin by Alterstudio Architecture

Indonesian Architect, Yu Sing, Presses Vision for Low-Cost Homes from Nature

Theses 11 Buildings Have Surprisingly Eerie Doppelgängers

Designing Without a Client: 6 Houses Created by Celebrated Architects for Themselves

D House, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel by Lavan Architects

Architect Valery Augustin Explores the Diverse and Rich Architecture & History of Downtown Los Angeles

Interview: Architect Norman Foster: ‘I suppose in another life it would have been exciting to fly fighters’; Designer of the Gherkin on collaborating with Steve Jobs, feeling positive about humanity’s future and the strong work ethic of the north

“Norman Foster” Show in Paris Celebrates Architecture for the Powerful; The Norman Foster retrospective at the Centre Pompidou tracks his journey to being the architect of choice for wealthy philanthropists and Silicon Valley moguls

Mind-Blowing! Las Vegas Lights Up With Dome Billed As World’s Largest Video Screen; The Sphere’s fully programmable LED screen houses concert venue built to host tens of thousands of people; See the images and wild videos

‘There was never any plan’: Inside Germany’s Wild Architecture Theme Park; Furniture boss and design enthusiast turned the Vitra Campus into a wonderland of buildings by starchitects from Renzo Piano to Frank Gehry. So why is the final building a modest potting shed?

Wild Visuals! Architectural Utopias and Fictional Scenarios Take Over Mak Exhibition in Vienna

12 Architecture and Design Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

Where To Spot Palo Alto Architect Birge Clark’s Iconic 'Early California' Style; Clark's Red-Tiled Roofs, Arches And Wrought Iron Details Still Define Local Streetscapes 100 Years Later

A Narrative Celebration of the South Asian Pioneers Who Blazed a Trail For Women in Architecture

Meet the Architects Trying To Make Denmark Carbon-Neutral

Podcast: The Frankfurt Kitchen: After World War I, the Frankfurt citizenry needed housing. The city built over 10,000 public housing units, some of the earliest modern architecture — simple, clean, and uniform, producing our modern designer kitchen

Video: The Frankfurt Kitchen and the Birth of the Modern Designer Kitchen

Behind the scenes of Fendi’s accessories collaboration with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma; Crafted from washi paper and natural bamboo, the accessories – shown as part of Fendi’s recent menswear show – see Kengo Kuma turn his architectural eye to bags and sneakers

Interview: Minimalist Master Tadao Ando On Museum Design, Legacy and Hope

Towards a Diasporic Architecture of the ‘In-Between’; Co-curator of the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture reflects on how the rituals of immigrant communities can shape cities and their design

Interview: Elizabeth Diller, Architect: ‘Austerity is an excuse to avoid experimentation’; At the helm of New York City’s contemporary architectural movement, this daughter of Holocaust survivors has been reinventing spaces in Manhattan

‘Impactful and beautiful’: How US Homeless Shelters Are Getting a Radical Redesign; New approach focuses on how physical environment shapes people’s lives, harnessing the therapeutic power of design

Why Actors Mark Ruffalo, Amy Schumer, Common and Wendell Pierce Are Fighting For A Crumbling Upper West Side Romanesque Revival Church

Space Travel Goes Luxe With Céleste, an Eco-Friendly Capsule With a Plush, Architect-Designed Interior and Stunning Views of Earth; French company even offers Michelin dining, plus hours of the 'overview' effect above the planet

Vkhutemas: Laboratory of Modernism, 1920–1930 recreated the work of the school to position its importance in 20th century architectural pedagogy

Celebrating “America’s First Lady of the Loom” Dark, A Light, A Bright: The Designs of Dorothy Liebes is the first monographic exhibition of American textile designer Dorothy Liebes in over 50 years

Refuse//Repose, an exhibition at Kent State University, showcases architectural waste

The Castlecrag Walking Tour; 16 Homes; Marion Mahony Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin were preeminent architects in Australia’s early 20th century development, most notably the planning of Canberra

After years of work, Herzog & de Meuron’s Powerhouse Arts in Brooklyn is now finished

Architects Alphabet: ’E’ is for egg and dart, a decorative pattern of ovals and arrows

Did This $72M ‘Wave House’ Inspire Sydney Opera House? Whether Harry Gesner the self-taught architect’s Malibu masterpiece influenced Jørn Utzon’s iconic Australian design remains the subject of debate

Floating Suburb, ‘Noah’s Ark’ Doomsday: Incredible Plan That Would House 40,000 In Apocalypse; See the Plans!

Steve Messam’s Inflatable Installations Highlight How Landscapes and Architecture Shape Communities and Culture

Leonardo DiCaprio Renovating Enormous 4-Property, Multimillion-Dollar LA Compound; Photos

Architect Breaks Down Why All American Diners Look Like That

The Architect's Guide to San Francisco; Architectural Landmarks Worth Seeking Out

When Architects Design for Communities: 7 Parks and Squares

A Malmö Swedish Theater Basks in the Limelight Following a Revamp by Haworth Tompkins and White Arkitekter

Tamatsukuri Kindergarten’s Renewed Circular Campus Fosters Inquisitive Learning and an Appreciation for Nature; Clever Signage

A Grove of Petal-Like Sculptures by Snøhetta Shade the New Grounds of Blanton Art Museum

An Iconic Wave-Shaped Malibu Home, Once Owned by the Mega-Collector Mo Ostin, Hits the Market for $49.5 Million

This Venice Beach Pod Hotel (Hostel) Wants To Make Sleeping in a Box Chic

The Cabin Retreat of Architect Jim Olson On Puget Sound Honors His Family's History, His Own Architectural Evolution, and The Joys Of Living In Nature

One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Largest and Last Home Designs Lists for $8 Million; Legendary architect lived in the horseshoe-shaped 15-room home while building the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan

The Class Signifiers of Quiet Luxury Are Nothing New; Why we’ve moved on from the cultural moment in which minimalism automatically signifies good taste and proximity to wealth

Tadao Ando is the “it” architect to the rich and famous; Japanese octogenarian designed the home Jay-Z, Beyonce bought for a record $200M

Cubo Design Architect Completes a Circus Tent-Like Structure Reimagining The Typical Notion of Residential Architecture, In Japan

Harmonious Blend of Architecture and Agriculture; Studio Cochi Architects Builds 'House In Shikenbaru' For An Okinawa Farmer

Inside the Barbie Dreamhouse, a Fuchsia Fantasy Inspired by Palm Springs

Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s New $200 Million Home by Famed Architect Tadao Ando Is the Most Expensive in California— Maybe Even America; Couple reportedly paid cash for the 40,000-square-foot concrete mansion by the Japanese architect

How Homes Will Look Like By 2050, According to Experts (and Imagined by AI)

Video: New Orleans Architectural History: Explored & Explained

Baroque Architecture: Everything You Need to Know

Are These The Most Sustainable Architectural Projects in the World?

New York’s Long Lost Incredible Rooftop Theatres

America's Last Top Model; Army Corps of Engineers Regulating the Mississippi River in 1928

Japanese Fine Line Between Indoors and Outdoors; City And Forest Living In A Unique Concrete Log House

Bugatti to Build Dubai Residences With Drive-In Penthouses

50 Norman, designed by Schemata Architects to showcase three Japanese brands, opens in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Buried in Sand for a Millennium: Africa’s Roman Ghost City

Who Is Using Who? The Architect-Patron Fame Game; Kim Kardashian has hired legendary architect Tadao Ando

Architect’s Alphabet: ’D’ Is For Diapering, A Repeating Decorative Brick Pattern

The Mexican Architect Making Sublime Modern Buildings Out of Clay and Pine Needles

Dubai’s next big thing? Perhaps a $5 billion man-made ‘moon’ as the city’s real estate market booms

Mike Davis’s ‘Ecology of Fear’ Is Still a Ticking Bomb; Twenty-five years since its publication, the correlations between power, wealth and ecology depicted in Davis's book remain utterly relevant

Highly Talented Charlotte Perriand's Apprenticeship with Le Corbusier Didn’t Go Quite as the Great Architect Expected

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