The Sea Ranch’s Iconic Homes Are Now Available to Rent

The recently restored Sea Ranch Lodge unveils a portfolio of pristine rental homes by acclaimed...

David Chipperfield, Architect of Powerful Subtlety, Wins the Pritzker

The architecture industry’s highest honor goes to the British-born designer, who forgoes building

Austin Trades In Weird for Innovation

A laid-back anomaly in a red state with the slogan “Keep Austin Weird,” the Texan capital has...

Imagining the Future of New York’s Civic Spaces

A new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art highlights a dozen public architecture projects that...

Inside Vo Trong Nghia’s New Foliage-Filled Office

Known for lush buildings that respect their vernacular, the award-winning Vietnamese firm unveils a

Twitter’s Looming API Ban May Kill Architecture Bots

The social network plans to paywall its third-party API, threatening to shut down one of its...

Tokyo’s Public Restroom Success Story

Artful toilets by world-class designers are popping up around Tokyo, illustrating what’s possible

The Enduring Relevance of Frank Lloyd Wright

The great American architect’s titular foundation is helping to digitally render his unbuilt...

Will Saudi Arabia’s Rebrand Be Successful?

The Middle Eastern country is seeking to overhaul its image and poor human rights track record with

In Madrid, an Offbeat School Uses Architecture to Tease the Imagination

Office for Political Innovation fashions a “vertical city” for Reggio School’s mind-bending...

The World Cup Kicks Off

Since winning its bid for the FIFA World Cup a decade ago, Qatar has been eager to bolster its...

Joe Gebbia Is Turning His Eye to ADUs

The Airbnb founder has launched Samara, a startup that aims to provide high-design prefab accessory

With a Giant New Brooklyn Campus, City Harvest Looks Ahead

Food rescue nonprofit City Harvest is toasting 40 years by unveiling a giant campus in Brooklyn...

A Serene Memorial Honors the Victims of Sandy Hook

Located near the school where a mass shooting killed 26 people ten years ago, a wooded memorial...

Inside the World Monuments Fund’s Red-Inspired Hadrian Gala

On Oct. 24, the World Monuments Fund hosted its 33rd annual Hadrian Gala at the Rainbow Room in New