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Nonfiction: Restoring the Light to the Work of Louis Kahn

Wendy Lesser’s “You Say to Brick” details how Louis Kahn’s designs helped lift the architectural profession out of its functionalist, modernist rut.

Alcove Beds Are The Architectural Womb We Never Want to Leave

(Image credit: Dwell) What's more exciting than a well-dressed bed? How about a well-dressed bed tucked into a cozy nook? You might have to do a little more work to make up the bed, but there's no denying the appeal of these tucked-away sleeping spaces, on a cold winter night or any time of the year. READ MORE »

Tiger Woods updates on his health, then finds the drink with a 100-yard shot

Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods still doesn’t know when he’s going to return to competitive golf. Woods was in Ridgedale, Missou., on Tuesday to announce his TGR Design golf-course architecture group would be working...Show More Summary

Are Phone Booths Coming Back?

For Architectural Digest, by Nick Mafi. Anyone who has worked in an office can relate to the many distractions fellow colleagues can produce. From loud conversations to pungent wafts of lunch foods, coworkers are often real roadblocks to productivity (you might even be experiencing it at your desk right now). Show More Summary

Midcentury Las Vegas’ under-appreciated architect Hugh Taylor gets a second look

The work of an everyman designer who shaped the desert city’s residential architecture is under appraisal As an architect working in mid-century Las Vegas, Hugh Taylor found that payment wasn’t always by the books. While working forShow More Summary

AIA 2017 Housing Awards: The country’s best new homes

A celebration of the nation’s diverse architecture, from lake homes to New York’s courtscraper Earlier today, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) bestowed its 2017 Housing Awards, celebrating the work of architects from around the country. Show More Summary

Modern home in London works magic on an awkward lot

A little architectural ingenuity went a long way in replacing an old garage with this sunny abode The site was unconventional: a long, skinny lot wedged between back gardens and a 16-car garage in West London. Zoning prevented anything taller than a single story, and it wouldn’t be possible to have windows on the long sides of the building. Show More Summary

Why Nvidia’s upcoming Pascal drivers matter: The Hackintosh

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

I’m currently in the process of building a new Hackintosh rig for 2017, so imagine how surprised and happy I was to hear that Nvidia is working on beta drivers for its GPUs with the latest Pascal architecture. Up until today, I had just...Show More Summary

An Artist’s Obsession with the Ruins of His Homeland

Mohamad Hafez is obsessed with making scale models. He is an architect, a profession that requires such work, but his obsession is personal. It began in 2004, when he was a first-year architecture student at Iowa State University. It was a hard year for Hafez, who was nineteen and had just left his native Syria. Show More Summary

What Is a PubSubHubbub Push-Styled API and How Does It Work?

When it comes to deploying the push (aka "streaming") architectural style of APIs, there is no single most accepted approach. In fact, there are several different approaches whose technical details vary from one another. One of those approaches—Webhooks—was discussed in Part 1 of this series. Show More Summary

Pixelated Masterpieces: 32 Real-Life Works of 3D Glitch Art & Design

Don’t adjust your monitor – there’s nothing wrong with the images of these sculptures, rugs, furniture and even full-scale architecture. Playing with the aesthetics of digital errors, the glitches are carved, woven or painted right into physical, three-dimensional designs. Show More Summary

Tour Laura Dern’s joyful Brentwood post and beam

The actress’s home is a treasure trove of movie memorabilia Award-winning actress Laura Dern’s updated midcentury residence is a post and beam dream, and it took a lot of work to get it just right, Architectural Digest found when they...Show More Summary

House of the week: A $27.5M glass house in Dallas

This home's story began with Philip Johnson, a famous architect who was known for his iconic glass houses and his work in modern and post-modern architecture. Read more...

Hyundai Motor working on dedicated platform for electric vehicles: Exec

South Korea's Hyundai Motor is developing its first dedicated architecture for pure electric vehicles.

Analyze this: A new work will delve into the infamous destruction of Neutra's Maslon house

The willful destruction of Richard Neutra’s masterwork — the 1962 Maslon house — reads like a senseless architectural murder mystery. Richard Rotenberg bought the Rancho Mirage home in 2002 for $2.45 million, having never set foot inside the incomparable design. Without explanation, he razed it...

First Look at Paris’s Breathtaking Pont de Bondy Metro Station Bridge

BIG and Silvio D’ascia Architecture are currently working on a design for the new Pont de Bondy metro station in Paris. The two firms were selected after submitting their competition-winning proposal for one of 68 new stations commissioned as part of Société du Grand París’ Grand Paris Express project. The Pont de Bondy station will […]

Hassan Fathy: Why is Google inspired by his works?

Fathy believed architecture was for the people. He designed houses to meet the needs of the families living in them.

Artist Creates Realistic Miniature Models Exploring the Gritty World of Urban Architecture

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Adelaide, Australia artist Joshua Smith has created an incredible collection of miniature models that explore the gritty world of urban architecture. Joshua has shared his beautiful work on Instagram, Facebook, and his website. A post...Show More Summary

Front Burner: One Man’s Mission to Sketch New York Restaurants

A new exhibition shows some of the work of John Donohue, a former New Yorker editor, who draws city architecture.

Look inside this one-of-a-kind home during the Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour

Tour the restored Case Study House No. 10 in Pasadena, the city’s only home designed for the landmark residential architecture experiment, as part of the Pasadena Heritage Modern Works Spring Home Tour on March 26. The three-level home, constructed in 1947 on a sloping corner lot in the San Rafael...

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