Quick Take: Shinseon Play Pavilion

The Young Architect Program's inaugural project in Asia marks an exciting time for design and construction in Seoul.

Multipurpose transformer cube enlivens this modern Russian cottage

Designed for a multitude of functions and moods, this minimalist country home is made more dynamic with the addition of a transforming piece of furniture.

Skanska, Forest City Ratner Sue Each Other Over  Tallest Modular Building-To-Be

The suits claim delays and cost overruns on the 32-story project in Brooklyn, New York, called B2 BKLYN.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park, Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Newport-Beach-Civic-Center-and-Park_Bohlin-Cywinski-Jackson_exterior_courtyardHERO.jpg This design for a new City Hall and public park in California is a study in edge conditions, merging building, landscape, and civic presence in one transparent package.

A long brick house built around books

It's a good demonstration of how you don't need a lot of smart high tech to build a comfortable house.

Fire Island House, Designed by Richard Meier & Partners

FireIslandHouse_RichardMeier_ExteriorBeach_HERO Richard Meier has designed a relatively modest new beachfront house for long-time clients that marries his signature orthogonals with an exceptional transparency.

Newsmaker: David Hutchinson

An architect at Perkins Eastman, Hutchinson combines his obsession with embedding coding in art together with a De Stijl-inspired aesthetic and his love of French author Jean Genet in a new exhibition of his artwork.

Martin Filler Responds to Zaha Hadid’s Lawsuit Against the New York Review of Books

A lawsuit brought by Zaha Hadid against The New York Review of Books and its architecture critic, Martin Filler, has prompted Filler to correct the record.

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