Three Buildings: Andrew Maynard
One of our favorite architects Down Under is the Melbourne-based, but Tasmania-bred, Andrew Maynard.
Three Buildings: Noah Walker
We published architect Noah Walker's first project—a handsome renovation of a Hollywood bugalow—this summer, but checked back in...
Three Buildings: Emilio Fuscaldo
Emilio Fuscaldo is one of our favorite Australian architects—check out this awesome modern renovation in Fitzroy—so it seemed...
Building Community
With a clean-lined new loft building designed by El Dorado Inc., a fleet of hip galleries, and a burgeoning creative class,...
Beauty and Brains: Building Sustainably With Redwood
The return of summer barbecues and back porch hangouts means that outdoor living spaces are again enjoying heavy foot traffic.
A Compact Three-Story Brick Loft in San Francisco
Making the most of vertical space unleashes the potential of a petite San Francisco project.
13 Iconic Buildings Designed by Frank Gehry
Frank Gehry's recognizable designs are often cited as being among the most important works of contemporary architecture.
Building Continuity
Nearly 40 years after their first collaboration, Herman Miller’s relationship with architect Sir Nicholas Grimshaw continues.
Building Yourself An Eco-Friendly Home
Stop waiting about till you can afford that house you have been dreaming about, instead build yourself your very own low-cost...
Make Your Parents Happy by Building Them a House
This seaside New Zealand house is a family affair.
Three Programs that Help the Elderly Drive Better and Longer
Growing old is inevitable. For many older adults, several lifestyle changes accompany getting older.
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings We Love
“The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the...
Community Building
Completed in 2004, the Belmont Street Lofts—with their crisscrossing pattern of wood, metal, and glass—have settled neatly into...
Three Joined Cabins Turn This Virginia Retreat Into a Modern Take on Camp
For some people, building a house may seem like a daunting commitment to permanence—a kind of spatial lockdown.