At 470 000 square metres, the project will be one of the world’s largest airports and will revolutionise airport design
Hanneli Mustaparta Explores David Shelley Designed Architecture
The home of architect Jim Olson is a monument to the principles that have underpinned his entire architectural career
Volu is a contemporary dining pavilion concept that fuses computational design, lightweight engineering and precision fabrication
Outside of Taos, New Mexico, you'll find a community of people living in off-grid homes made of garbage ..
Located in Reutlingen, House an der Achalm located on a steep south-facing slope required an access from the public road...
Louisiana Channel visited Peter Zumthor – one of the world’s leading architects – in his studio in Switzerland
This is a short study through film about the impact of activity and basic human presence in a variety of spaces throughout London's Soho ...
David Adjaye of international architecture firm Adjaye Associates discusses how architecture fits into the peace picture.
John Rosenberg, former dean of the College of Humanities at BYU, describes the symbolism of the JFSB's architecture in the context of truth and light
Sou Fujimoto Architects, Manal Rachdi OXO Architectes and Nicolas Laisné Associés won the first Prize for the new Learning Centre of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris-Saclay.
Touring SU House in Stuttgart designed by Alexander Brenner Architects
To celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the De La Warr Pavilion, a short documentary was produced on how the building was made and it's opening on 12th December 1935.
The Nice Méridia technopole is a priority development in the “Éco-Vallée”. It is expected to cover 200 hectares, with an initial 24 hectare operational sector.
Distinguished book designer Irma Boom makes miniature versions of her books in an almost architectural manner.
People in Glass Houses: The Legacy of Joseph Eichler is the first ever documentary film to explore the unique phenomenon that Mid-Century Modern developer, Joseph Eichler created in the late 50's and 60's.
Shea Trahan’s TEDxVermilionStreet talk explores the interactive nature between architecture and sound.
Researchers developed an origami “zippered tube” folding pattern that allows them to build structures with much greater stiffness than a single sheet of paper