The exhibition Renzo Piano: The Art of Making Buildings explores his five-decade career, highlighting 16 of Piano’s most recognized designs.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Most of us, at some point, have tried our hand at the holiday activity of gingerbread house–making, but only few have achieved the level of success of an award-winning gingerbread architect.
Chicago has earned its place as cultural kingpin—artistic offerings here are not only top-tier, but they come widely varied in medium.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Tom Kundig’s palette tends toward raw concrete and shaped metal plate, not the woodsy, post-and-beamy version of “Northwest architecture.”
After 14 years in the making, the city’s highly anticipated new public library makes its debut.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There is more to this home than meets the eye.
A two-tower luxury residential project of urban biodiversity in Milan’s affluent Porta Nuova business district.
Two farmhouses get a new lease on life thanks to Roman architecture firm, Alvisi Kirimoto.
Todd Saunders has built an impressive repertoire of pioneering projects and continues to find new angles in natural environments.