In Ann Arbor, an Accessory Dwelling Unit by T+E+A+M
At ADG Lighting, Marrying Architecture and Artisanship
Immersed: The California Houses of Feldman Architecture
360 Units at the Westview Cooperative on Roosevelt Island
An Urban Landscape by Surfacedesign in San Francisco
The Symon in Brooklyn Heights, by Colberg Architecture
Carolina's Black Designers Are Making Their Voices Heard
In Worcester, Mass., Turning Courtrooms into Apartments
Bella Notte's Bria: New Elements for the Sleep Sanctuary
From Damiani, 100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon
Debating Monuments at The New York Historical Society
L'Atelier Paris Designs Bespoke Kitchens and Ranges
Brooks + Scarpa: Affordable Housing for Venice, Calif.
The Albert Hotel by Clayton Korte, in Texas Hill Country
Mosaic A.I. Enables Architects to Manage People + Projects
At the North Carolina Museum of Art, Alphonse Mucha
Writer Richard Nahem Photographs the Doors of Paris
Klopf Restores a Roger Lee-Designed Midcentury Modern
In the Palm Beaches, Architecture by Marion Sims Wyeth
In Bozeman, Town Enclosure by Jackson's CLB Architects
It’s a first for Antoni Gaudi’s unfinished Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
The December issue of National...
Meg Jewett is no ordinary purveyor of fine goods for home and table.
No, she's a native of Lexington,...
Architecture, art and design firms seeking to share news and events with clients, potential clients,...
Perhaps no artist symbolizes the 19th-century transition from traditional to avant-garde as much as Edouard...
Two generations of Cuban-born architects, father and sons, have worked in succession over a span of 50 years...
With the opening of Brazilian native Claudio Edinger’s new photography show at 1500 Gallery in West...
With photographs by Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange and Jack Delano depicting designs by Benjamin Latrobe,...
Translated from Latin, the new architecture partnership’s name means “in the place.”
Throwing down the gauntlet earlier this month for its second-ever Arch Is competition, the American...
An 11-acre, Taliesin-like landmark in Raleigh N.C. is about to be transformed into low-income housing.