William Richards for AIArchitect
Defining the Delta Region's changes.Read More
Sara Fernández Cendón for AIArchitect
Boston's Hacin + Associates navigates housing needs in a growing city.Read More
The New York–based design team’s latest app lets architects and interior designers pin, arrange, and re-arrange objects on virtual inspiration boards.Read More
The Hamburg-based firm rebuilds a palace in Hanover lost during World War II, restoring the centerpiece of Germany’s most important Baroque garden.Read More
Living Architecture released exterior photos of "A House for Essex," the final project by the London studio FAT.Read More
A 1954 house designed by Philip Johnson hits the market.Read More
Bruce D. Snider
Marmol Radziner turned a Los Angeles postwar industrial shed into an open and collaborative environment for high-end home design.Read More
Irish architect Damien Murtagh replaces glue with snap-in-place construction in this new take on architectural modeling.Read More
Mind & Matter
Researchers at the University of Sheffield developed perovskite-based spray-on solar cells, whose production is less carbon-intensive than the more common silicon alternatives.Read More
This complex of four performative row houses in Hamburg, Germany, designed by Kennedy & Violich Architecture, builds on years of research, including an R+D Award–winning prototype.Read More
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects' Hupomone Ranch, we visit the office of Marmol Radziner, Boston's Hacin + Associates navigates housing needs in a growing city, defining the Delta Region's changes, and residential design as a creative way to negotiate habitation and nature.
This second home in Petaluma, Calif., is a modern take on a barn for a family that wants to work the land on their weekends off.
Marmol Radziner turned a Los Angeles postwar industrial shed into an open and collaborative environment for high-end home design.
Boston's Hacin + Associates navigates housing needs in a growing city.
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