Schloss Herrenhausen, Designed by Jastrzembski Kotulla Architekten

JastrzemskiKotullaArchitekten-SchlossHerrenhausen-exterior3_HERO.jpg The Hamburg-based firm rebuilds a palace in Hanover lost during World War II, restoring the centerpiece of Germany’s most important Baroque garden.

A Rebirth for Wright’s First L.A. Project

Clues to Hollyhock’s past have since emerged. When it re-opens to the public this fall, many long-vanished features will be revived, and sparkling.

Stair House twists up through ten levels

A clever solution to the problem of the ugly hand rail: Design so you don't need one.

۲۰۱۴ AL Design Awards – SandRidge Commons, SandRidge Energy Headquarters, Landscape and Tower Lighting

SandridgeEnergy-Landscape1_HERO New façade lighting for an existing office building coupled with a new canopy-covered outdoor plaza creates a downtown urban campus for natural gas and oil company SandRidge Energy.

Upcycled stools by designer Curro Claret and Arrels Fundació for yök Casa + Cultura

yök commissions upcycled stools by ex homess people and Curro Claret

‘Architectural Record’ Announces Winners of First Annual Women in Architecture Awards

Architectural Record will honor the five winners of the magazine's first annual Women in Architecture Awards on October 10.

“Poor Door” No More

Extell’s 40 Riverside Boulevard, now under construction in New York City, has a "poor door" with access to affordable units in the building’s rear.

Soft House, designed by Kennedy & Violich Architecture

KVA_SoftHouse_Exterior_HERO.jpg 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.

Andy Warhol’s Empire Turns 50

Jonas Mekas, who helped Warhol shoot the eight-hour film, reflects on the relevancy of a star vehicle for the Empire State Building.

Film Review: ‘A Master Builder’

The movie began on the stage as Wallace Shawn and André Gregory’s take on Henrik Ibsen’s late-career play Bygmester Solness (1892), a spare, creaky drama about what we would now call a starchitect.

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