"Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space" -Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Architecture is one of the whitest jobs in America.
When Italy’s first McDonald’s poised to open in 1986—a stone’s throw from the fabled Spanish Steps in Rome, no less—it ignited...
Hou de Sousa is on a roll with two winning competition entries.
Architecture in Baghdad
There are many famous structures we associate with Le Corbusier (Chandigarh in India, Villa Savoye in France, the United Nations...
The Architectural Outsider
The architectural profession is shrouded in mystery.
The Architecture of Reassurance
Though I’m moderating loads of panels at this year’s Dwell on Design, and anticipating them all quite hotly, one that stands out...
The Architectural Insider
The old joke “Enough about me, let’s talk about you.
When people ask architects Apurva Pande and Chinmaya Misra where they live, they never get a straightforward answer.
I alluded to it in an earlier post on my trip to Switzerland, but one of the highlights of the whole affair was an impromptu stop...
As David pointed out, things could be a lot worse.
The Architecture of Unhappiness
I saw the wonderful Cannes Grand Prix-winning gangster film Gomorrah directed by Matteo Garrone yesterday, and was struck at the...
Focus on Feldman Architecture’s Environmentally-Conscious Homes
Meet the San Francisco architecture firm that is spreading the green gospel through thoughtful, collaborative work that champions...
Showcase of Architectural Drawings at Venice Architecture Biennale
100 drawings by Daniel Libeskind, screen-printed on glass panels, fill the Venice Pavilion.
Influential Women in Architecture
Can you name just one influential female architect?
Phase II by West Architecture
Phase II is a minimal extension and refurbishment of a living space located in London, United Kingdom, designed by West...
Tracking Sustainability in Architecture
A chat with William McDonough, Ray Kappe, Glen Small, and others on the history of sustainable architecture.
Moby, the Architecture Blogger
You know his beats.
Modernist Architecture Feeling the Pinch?
Falling prices for classic Lautners and Neutras might be a telltale sign that even modern masterpieces are feeling the pinch.
David Byrne: Architecture in Music
This TED talk that David Byrne gave last year is such a wonderful walk through the history of music, and how the architecture in...
Architecture at the Movies: Chloe
I saw Atom Egoyan's new film Chloe this weekend, and though it was something of a stinker (only those deeply committed to...