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I saw a ghost, of a missing building from a boyhood memory -- something that Amazon might have retrofitted, today, if it were still there for the taking.
Every state in the Union lays claim to something special. Those bragging rights extend to their more curious contributions, too. We rounded up funny, fascinating, and architecturally odd structures in every state to prove there's plenty of weird to be found.
When you drive across the border from Austria into Hungary, you barely know that you've passed an international boundary. This took me by surprise the first time I made the two and a half hour drive from Vienna to Budapest.
We've made a list of the seven signs that, if you find them during your stay, are surefire bets that you are, in fact, in an English manor.
The passing of Michael Graves last week brought a lot of well-deserved praise for his architecture and even more so, for his products that many people purchased from retailers like Target and J.C. Penney.
Even his compositions for photographs of familiar landscapes and precious buildings offer unfamiliar and inspiring perspectives.
How can one live comfortably in a small place? Not only is it possible, but also it can be done in style with clever ideas that adapt to the needs and lifestyle of the occupants of a given space.
From Thailand to Canada, these floating structures feature the kind of innovative design and masterful engineering that you have to see to believe.
The National Association of Super Fun People Who Like Cool Stuff just released the results of their survey, and it pretty much shows what we already knew: 100 percent of currently alive humans would like a slide in their home.
There are, however, some stations that are so beautiful, so historic, so straight-up cool that you're more than happy to get stuck, if only to wander around for a bit and pretend you're Eliot Ness trying to take down Al Capone.
My work is not within the accepted box. Maybe because I am a woman. Also an Arab. There was a certain prejudice about these things.
Foster +Partner's newest design for New York takes its cues from two of the city's finer attributes: the proportions and scale of its prewar apartment buildings, and the bronze-like tint of the sunlight there.
Designing synagogues is not exactly a growth industry--quite the opposite--but designer/architect Michael Landau has been doing it for 40 years, and isn't showing signs of slowing down.
A crop of residential and mixed-use skyscrapers mark a new trend populating the New York City skyline.
Even since the days of early human existence, mankind has shared an inexplicable need to decorate their humble abodes. From archaic cave drawings to complex hieroglyphs, beautifying the walls which surround us has become a part of human nature.