When you really love a novel, there's still something mysteriously satisfying about seeing where it was made — it's kind of like making a pilgrimage to where your lover was born and raised.
Inside one man's journey to find a way for people to pee in peace.
Canadian studio Architecture49 has covered this minimal golf clubhouse in Montreal with a massive wooden roof, to shelter driving ranges so members can play in bad weather.
Highly-dense cities are common through out countries like China and Japan. Popular apparel and houseware brand, Muji, are taking creative steps in tackling long commutes and dense city living most employees face.
Would our cities look better if they were all more like Fear and Loathing–era Las Vegas?
From rethinking resiliency to strengthening infrastructure and building codes, there's considerable work to be done.
For the longest time, the common explanation was that it had something to do with the city's geology, but economists are arguing that it's about money, not rocks.
It feels like a developer aimed to fit maybe just one more Holiday Inn amongst a row of already cramped budget hotels for a stretch of 225 miles.
Weeks after opening, a model town for treating dementia is set to be replicated around the U.S.
A collaboration between the U.S. Marine Corps and the architects at SOM illustrates why most unlikely use of large-scale 3D printing makes the most sense.
And meet the determined enthusiast bringing them back to life.
Clearly, it's hard to predict what the future has in store based on current personal technology — fifteen years ago, the most cutting-edge smartphone was the Nokia 3310 — but that doesn't mean Grant won't give it a fair try.
After his little cousin taught him how to play, a real life high-end architect builds a home on Minecraft.
Even with all of the various connected appliances, virtual assistants and copious sensors that can be installed in a modern smart home, the "smart" side of things is still rather lacking.
Anders Berensson Architects proposed a "wooden skyscraper city" for Stockholm. It may be pie in the sky, but the mockup designs are absolutely stunning.
The city is looking to the ubiquitous building type from its Communist past to help solve a housing crunch.
The Sustainable Singapore Movement is an ongoing effort by the island city-state to create an environmentally clean and beautiful home for future generations.
A new data analysis by Erik Rood offers one simple explanation: They save companies insane amounts of money.
A recent study of how employees communicate in open-plan offices seemed to be the final nail in the coffin of this popular workplace design. But the study had an essential flaw, writes architect Ashley L. Dunn.
In the seemingly wholesome world of castles, brutalism and before-and-after landscapes, white supremacy is hiding in plain sight.
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