Natural stone and untreated pine wood: These robust and tradition-imbued materials at the new community centre in St. Martin merge in with the Alpine character of the village.
The Finish Line Tower ("Zielturm") for rowing regattas at Lake Rotsee, Switzerland, offers a relief-like façade and subtle offsets in its three levels.
For the inhabitants of Carnisselande, a walkable circular stairway makes the contradiction between the near but so far city visible and physically experienceable.
The newborn organization Bilbao Bizkaia Architecture (BIA) is to set up an international event targeting the topic of their foundation manifesto: “Towards a Healthy City”
The museum emerges from the landscape as a single, curving concrete wall that splits and carves into the ground to form the entry. Inside visitors experience a series of isolated spaces with ...
A chameleon-like structure, the visitor center transitions from an architectural presence at the street into a structured landscape in the botanic garden.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) honored the enduring significance of the metro’s design from the 1960’s by Harry Weese.
A green oasis will be installed at “The Hub” in the Bronx – the site of both maximum traffic and architectural density.
New York City is developing a post-disaster housing prototype for city residents who may lose their homes as the result of a catastrophic natural or manmade disaster.
A non-profit project in Africa won a Special Prize at the 2013 IOC/IAKS Awards.