Architects use computer-generative tools to focus on the bigger picture and overall success of buildings.
Foster + Partners and CannonDesign aim to create a new central point of arrival, with the north and south drop-offs converging at a unified main entrance.
Angle Lake Station, designed by BROOKS + SCARPA, is a seven-acre, 400,000-square-foot mixed-use complex that gives essential interconnected public transportation as well as important public spaces.
This year’s Design Pavilion for NYCxDESIGN featured Bamboo Cloud, an experimental installation created and built by Shanghai-based architecture company llLab.
The Portland Flatiron, designed by local firm Works Progress Architecture, or WPA is built on a triangular, sloping plot in the city’s Boise Eliot neighborhood.
The 314-meter-tall The Spiral, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group in collaboration with Adamson Associate, is situated along the High Line and features a distinctive “ziggurat silhouette.”
Erdy McHenry Architecture designed the Church of Saint Aloysius in 2009. The building’s architecture tells the story of what it’s for.
US District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Beryl A. Howell ruled that artworks produced by artificial intelligence cannot be copyrighted. She stated that the work can only be protected by copyright when a human creates it.
Wildfires erupted in Hawaii on August 8, primarily on the island of Maui. The death toll from the Lahaina fire is the strongest for a wildfire in the United States since the Cloquet fire in 1918.
Parametric Architecture (PA) has made the decision to establish a dedicated geography section, hereafter referred to as PA Geography, to encompass various research areas within geographical science, with a particular focus on urban planning and regional developments.