The Sea House in West Vancouver is a canvas on which nature paints itself over and over again through each day and night, and through the seasons.
Glimpse inside the late architect’s winter home, which is a National Historic Landmark—and a school campus.
Bocci founder and sculptor, Omer Arbel experiments with the fluidity of concrete in a three-part installation for the Surrey Art Gallery.
When the TWA terminal opened in 1962, it epitomized the glamour of the Jet Age. Now, the TWA Hotel is one of the most anticipated hotel openings this year.
James Whitaker’s prefabricated residential concept, the Anywhere House, is a unique configuration of individual modules stacked side-by-side proving to be a gamechanger for how we build our homes.
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.”