Next to the Houses of Parliament, the tower that houses the enormous bell has been undergoing renovation since 2017.
Plans call for more trees around the famed Paris cathedral, which is being rebuilt after a devastating 2019 fire, and for a cooling system in front of the building.
His houses cantilevered from cliffs, straddled canyons and sprung from mountains; they would come to define the Southern California landscape.
Francis Ouimet, an amateur who improbably won the 1913 U.S. Open at the Country Club, grew up across the street. Now his home will be given back to the game, and the course, that made him famous.
An architect lent his license to a New York City developer to approve buildings he didn’t design, according to an investigation by The New York Times.
Ruangrupa, an Indonesian group of collaborators, turns social experiences into art. How will they leave their mark on Documenta, which unfolds over 100 days?
Shopping malls across the country are closing. But the mall was designed for change.
Big spaces and boldface names lead a stylish comeback for the City of Light. “We’re looking at a lovely year,” one chef says.
The Ukrainian city’s distinctive architecture has made it a world heritage site. Its architects are trying to balance aesthetics with sustainability as it prepares for a long war.
To transform his Williamsburg townhouse into a child’s pleasure palace, an architect consulted his own early memories (treehouses were involved).
An enormous monument to the Communist Party in Bulgaria is now a decrepit ruin. The country is wrestling with how to deal with a symbol of an unwanted and, in many ways, deeply ugly past.
The soccer teams that share the San Siro, which has hosted two World Cups and four European finals, want to replace it with a more modern arena. Not everyone is ready to see it go.
Timothy Godbold, an interior designer based in Southampton, became a Hamptons preservationist after learning that so many modernist houses have been torn down.
Stefan Al’s “Supertall” is a thoughtful inquiry into the new generation of skyscrapers, which are taller and more ubiquitous than their predecessors.
The architect and designer has created a space that celebrates ever-shifting and highly edited juxtapositions.
On Monday, the museum unveiled the opening date of its Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation and shared details of what it will contain.
Words of hope, in Arabic calligraphy, were incised into the building’s facade and matched precisely in its interior walls.
Shrouded by the pines of Silver Lake, the erotic writer’s minimalist, midcentury residence is a lasting monument to her life and legacy.
Using indigenous materials and local symbols, Francis Kéré makes buildings that serve the community he came from.
The commission, on view from May 17 through Oct. 23, will invite visitors to explore connections to ancient Egyptian symbolism, 1960s utopian architecture and more.
Frida Escobedo, and not David Chipperfield, will design the Modern and contemporary wing.
MoMA explores an era of sweeping change, when South Asian architects — pioneering women, among them — redefined the postcolonial era and helped construct new nation states.
By placing contemporary pieces amid original features, the architect Sophie Dries has created a space that privileges experimentation.
As Michoacán’s centuries-old chapels undergo restorations, the buildings raise new questions about how architectural conservation should work — and whom such projects are really for.
The new HBO limited series is centered on a futuristic London home with an architect, played by David Oyelowo, who also wants to design his tenants’ lives.
Tomás Saraceno’s creations, including those on view at a new exhibition at the Shed, lie at the intersection of sculpture, ecology and futuristic experimentation.
The Geller house embodied the optimistic, now-vanished values of postwar suburbia: technological progress and a lifestyle built around children’s needs.
In the South Bronx, developers found ways to build an array of sleek, affordable apartments in two subsidized housing developments. Is this a way forward?
The current owner of the Great Northern has been pushing to demolish the building — possibly the last grain elevator of its type in the world.
Here’s what it looks like when the professionals take on D.I.Y. projects. (Don’t feel bad if they put yours to shame.)
His structures were so bold, they were the backdrops for TV shows and films, including “Westworld” and a “Hunger Games” movie. But they were also socially aware.
An OMA-designed pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple was helped along by Eli Broad. It houses Wallis Annenberg’s GenSpace, a center for older people.
The city will replace the glass on Santiago Calatrava’s footbridge across the Grand Canal with stone after too many pedestrians fell.
Yet another imprudent fix in a land plagued by vigilante handymen led to angry calls to find the culprit — and to a soul-searching question: Does Spain just have too much history in need of upkeep?
At home with James Fenton, the English poet, journalist and critic, and Darryl Pinckney, the African American novelist and playwright, in their obsessively, deliriously embellished house in Harlem.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s ambitious new home for its youth orchestra is the latest sign of the changing fortunes of Inglewood.
Saying they are overworked and underpaid, architects at a prominent New York firm want to unionize. Others could follow.
Architect, author, Yale academic and City Hall official, he directed the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site and helped plan a New York City Olympics.
A Pritzker Prize winner, he altered the skylines of Paris and London with colorful and striking designs that turned architecture not just inside out but also on its head.
Jess Hinshaw and Kathy Lewis live in a pair of adjoining Brooklyn brownstones that reflect both their individual tastes and their strong familial bond.
More than 50 years after their completion, the interiors of one couple’s august house remain a riot of century-clashing design.
Bethan Laura Wood has made her name dreaming up transportive rainbow-hued furniture and housewares. Her own London home is just as fantastical.
A new generation of architects is arguing that postmodern cityscapes deserve re-evaluation.
The ‘Slave Play’ actress and the Chicago-based artist discuss generational gaps, success and the art that brought them each acclaim.
An exhibition highlights creative solutions by architects around the world to the problem of homelessness.
Nick Relph’s new book, “Eclipse Body & Soul Syntax,” collects years of digital street scans of New York City construction posters, an eerie portrait of a supersizing metropolis.
It takes some creative engineering — and a bit of daredevil spirit — to build a house that is truly waterside.
She is widely considered to have been the first American woman to become a certified architect, and she left her stamp throughout western New York and in New England.
Charles Munger, Warren Buffett’s business partner, said the windowless rooms of an 11-story tower he conceived for the University of California, Santa Barbara, were “cheerful.”
Why the 1980s design phenomenon, named for a Bob Dylan song and an ancient Egyptian city, still appeals to every generation.