A sleek minimalist solution for that studio apartment storage problem
To solve a student housing crisis, an architecture firm designs a 100 square foot home.
A daily dose of meaningless, imagined architecture
As soon as you thought lofts were over, God goes and makes them cool again, right? That guy/girl/all-powerful being. Well, in this case, that's not so far from reality. God's Loft could give former church sites a good name in the design world. A former Dutch Reformed Evangelism building in Haarlo was transformed into a one-of-a-kind loft by LKSVDD Architects.
A new line of modular buildings shows its almost infinite flexibility.
Architects address the challenge of rising sea levels with an inventive, buoyant solution.
A Chicago organization works to give a turn-of-the-century grain elevator a stylish second life.
Architecture born from a lack of space and an influx of students
Thousands of skateboards make up the sustainable centerpiece for this summer's Warm Up concert series.
An architecture student drives his restored school bus 5,000 miles to test the design.
Better than having a drink next to the shaving cream.
Documenting the temporary structures of Gezi Park
A restoration architect wants to return BANGAs to their original glory.
Universe Architecture's "Landscape House" offers a daring, printed vision of the future.
Architecture plays a role in this community center in a tough Medellín neighborhood.
Secret fake townhouses of London, Paris, and NYC are hiding in plain sight.
A survey of all that's happening in the radical, essential world of architecture zines hits the Midwest.
Photographer Noritaka Minami documents an architectural curiosity in disrepair.
Graphic designer Jose Guizar documents New York City windows one illustration at a time.
An architecture firm's simple, elegant solution for adding some green to buildings
Download the plans for the software company's new office.
In chronicling the remains of the games, filmmaker Gary Hustwit and photographer Jon Pack examine the second life of Olympic villages.
See a city's spectral skyscrapers and plug into the city’s architectural consciousness with an interactive iPhone app.
Welcome to Nothing Major, an online journal exploring new visual culture, brought to you by the folks at Pitchfork.
Hang out of a second floor window without leaving the ground.
Currywurst graduates from the humble street stand.