In New York, Zero Irving by Davis Brody Bond
'Elemental,' by Fiona Barratt-Campbell
Yakisugi: The Japanese Art of Charred Wood
Drawings by Frank Harmon, on the Market
Elegant Wallcoverings from Graham & Brown
Museum Forms: Paul Clemence, Julien Spiewak
Rethinking an Urban Park in Post Falls, Idaho
Steam Punk Style from Lyn Peterson
An Irish Architect in Southern California
Creative Paris: To Surprise and Tell Stories
In Destin, Chill at the Henderson Resort
Paris Perfect: It's Madelyn-Proofed
In Del Mar, an Iconic Civic Center
In D.C., a Memorial for World War I
Detroit's Motown Museum: Perkins+Will
Kikoski and Hollander in Sag Harbor
How to Develop Resilient Waterfronts
In Turkey, a Hotel Built atop Antiquities
At Emory, a New Student Life Center
Remodeling a 1960s Brown & Kaufman
Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer know a good thing when they see it.
That’s why they moved their firm,...
Born in Bavaria in 1880, Hans Hoffman was raised in Munich, where he showed early promise as an art student.
"Inspired by Nature," by Chantal Colleu-Dumond (Flammarion, June 2019), is a tour through the famous...
Born in Nigeria, raised in the U.K. and now living in Kansas City, Fatimah Tuggar is an artist and a citizen...
Photographer Paul Clemence likes to blend the abstract and the descriptive in his architectural work.
Shane Aquârt is a native of Jamaica who was educated in England, Canada and the States, and now lives...
In the gardens of a chateau in the Loire Valley stands a soft sculpture designed and built by wHY’s...
Inside a 31,000-square-foot, ground-floor hall at the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History in Washington,...
If you were born in Paris, raised in Provence and summered with your grandparents on the French Riviera,...
For the Port of San Diego’s working waterfront, Civitas clearly believes in going big.