Those rustic old barns you love? If they're going to survive, then they need a coat of paint.
From its shady financing to its spectacular design, 666 Fifth Avenue is an apt symbol of the Trumpian moment.
For the 100th anniversary of the "De Stijl" art movement, a handful of Dutch buildings have been decked out to imitate Mondrian's "Composition" series.
The space-age design of the "Glass Bank" once matched the surrounding glory of Florida's Space Coast. It had a storied life — presented in detail here — before its abandonment and eventual demolition.
For about 20 years, a fatal collapse at a Hyatt hotel in Missouri was the worst structural collapse in America's history. Now it stands as a case study for engineers in training.
Raised as a monument to Dubai’s aspirations as a center of international commerce, the Frame is now a physical manifestation of the crude system that erected it.
Why do we depend on the same tired metaphor to describe ominous, foreboding, dysfunctional design?
The President helped build a hotel in Azerbaijan that appears to be a corrupt operation engineered by oligarchs tied to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
For everyday individuals, a simple understanding of common problems can lead to easy DIY fixes.
Even though it's technically legal, motor scooters zooming through the Netherlands' bike paths can disrupt the country's biking utopia.
The Philadelphia Electric Company built enormous metropolitan power stations at the turn of the 20th century — which now lie vacant.
The World Trade Center rebuilding encapsulates everything that is wrong with urban development.
Among other things, there used to be a ski slope on the third, fourth and fifth floors.
Facing the design profession's diversity problem — and its changing future.
A memoir of (a) renovating, (b) repairing, (c) cleaning up, (d) dickering over, (e) painting, (f) repainting, (g) and taking the best care possible of a rental property—and the people inside it.
In the early 20th century, Alice Constance Austin dreamed of collective housekeeping.
The NSA has operated a top-secret surveillance program out of an iconic AT&T building in Manhattan, documents indicate.
While some may perceive Earthships as an outdated practice born out of 1970s environmentalism, they're making a comeback.
The booming, billion-dollar eSports industry is looking for new venues, and one designer sees an opportunity.
The movement for healthy buildings may have gotten its most powerful ally yet in Google. But is it enough to actually make a difference, or is this another tech-will-save-us moment of blind optimism?
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