In surveying the year in landscape architecture, "aptness," a word favored by the great Modernist landscape architect Dan Kiley seems, well, appropria...
Whether located in major metropolises or small rural areas, airports are undergoing decidedly design-focused transformations—21st-century remakes that are ushering in a more aesthetically and environmentally conscious era of air travel.
SCAD alumni missionary-architects Scott Jackson, Stephanie Jackson, and Eric McManus are proof positive that it is both possible and pragmatic to brin...
It seems a natural enough transition. After years of transforming New York City lofts and apartments into modern spaces, Resolution 4 Architecture tu...
What would a visit to Spain be without sampling the tapas? Incomplete, we'd say. But then tapas are a culinary style that is right up our alley, kind of a national tradition of appy crawling.
The heart of the exhibit is the "Field of Light" in part because of its sheer scale tumbling out from the hillside of the Mansion onto the fields below -- and in part because of its mesmerizing quality, as the sea of twinkling lights sway and the colors change and move over the landscape.
Voorjans has created environments that are richly layered with influences from the East and West and from varied style periods and yet the overall effect is warm, suffused with color, and visually stunning. His look is that of studied nonchalance and eclectic elegance.
If you've ever longed to make your home in a century-old industrial rice mill amid preserved graffiti and masonry brick walls, New Orleans' Rice Mill Lofts might be the perfect place for you.
Norwegian architects Snøhetta have become world known, not only for their amazing buildings, but also for a new social democratic approach to architecture.
If you brave the distance and airline schedules, you'll be amazed by the fanciful stone churches that now grace the bays and hills of an island whose warrior inhabitants are credited with woolfing down the whole population of the nearby islet of Alofi in one cannibal sitting in the 19th century.
Campus exteriors are sometimes beautiful, often plain, and occasionally so ugly that students use the term "warts" to describe building elements. While these campuses won't win any beauty competitions, if you're choosing a college based on looks alone, you're probably doing it wrong.
Through innovative public policy and creative private development, Los Angeles is demonstrating how older buildings can be repurposed to serve the new, creative economy and help meet ambitious goals to reduce carbon emissions.
A greater focus on the sit-able is an invitation to rich discussion and ready illustration based on human tradition.
Thirty-three artists/choreographers, from emerging to mid-career, will present their work, reflecting the American Dance Guild's unique position as both a promoter of the new and preserver of the living history of modern dance as an art form.
The inaugural WestEdge Design Fair launched in Los Angeles last week, offering the West Coast its own, much-needed destination for architects, designe...
The silence of Brovès provided a stark and confounding contrast. I found while photographing the townscape that without its people, the urban form along the highway had little voice. Are there practical lessons from these two models of how a place survives?