Other stories by Katie Gerfen

  • Tree House, Designed by 6a Architects

    The London-based firm augmented a pair of 1830s London weavers’ cottages with a curvaceous, and accessible, garden addition for architecture critic Rowan Moore and family.

  • 2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Revealed

    Designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, the pavilion will open to the public in London's Kensington Gardens on June 26.

  • House in Tousuien, Designed by Suppose Design Office

    A polycarbonate-clad house on an infill site in Hiroshima, Japan, achieves an unexpected balance of maximum daylight and maximum privacy.

  • D.C. Metro Wins the 2014 AIA 25 Year Award

    Designed by Chicago architect Harry Weese, the mass transit system in the nation's capital was recognized for its enduring impact on architecture.

  • For Sale: Stanford White's Dupont Circle Mansion in Washington, D.C.

    Designed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead & White fame, this four-story white marble-and-brick mansion could be your new home—or embassy.

  • Hillary Clinton Delivers Greenbuild 2013 Keynote Address

    Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described the work ahead for the sustainable building movement during her Greenbuild 2013 keynote address.

  • Urban Renewal in Maryland

    Ten installations designed by a studio of architecture and fine arts students at the University of Maryland are bringing new life to a derelict library plaza in Montgomery County, Md.

  • Unveiling Hanley Wood's New Offices

    Designed by Höweler+Yoon Architecture, the new open office space for the publisher of ARCHITECT, Residential Architect, and EcoStructure, among other titles, is a bright space that allows for collaboration across disciplines. And it looks pretty cool, too.

  • Esto Gallery: American Folk Art Museum

    Slated to be torn down to make way for a new MoMA expansion, here's a look at the former American Folk Art Museum, designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, as captured by Esto photographer Peter Mauss just after its opening in 2001.

  • Former American Folk Art Museum Building to be Demolished by MoMA

    Designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, the eight-story building, which opened to great acclaim on West 53rd Street in 2001, will be demolished to make way for a new MoMA addition.