Eric Parry Architects is designing 1 Undershaft, a new skyscraper project at the heart of the City of London.
Streets and shops, all made in gingerbread? The London Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City might be the most festive (and delicious) exhibition going on.
Canadian-American industrial designer Karim Rashid is on a mission to change the world and it is not for money or even greater fame, it is for his mother.
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) unveiled the visuals for Guangzhou Infinitus Plaza at the building’s groundbreaking ceremony.
A section of stairs from the Eiffel Tower in Paris sold for more than half a million euros, more than 10 times the pre-sale estimate.
The MAXXI will be the host the exhibition of acclaimed architect Álvaro Siza’s works and career, titled ‘Sacro’.
Zaha Hadid Architects’ winning design for the Forest Green Rovers F.C. stadium will be the first entirely wooden stadium of its kind.
A dome-less mosque designed by a Bangladeshi woman architect and a Beirut institute by the late Zaha Hadid were among six projects awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Sunday. The prestigious prize was awarded at a ceremony in Al-Ain oasis city, in the United Arab Emirates, to the projects chosen from a list of … Continued
As the newest addition to Rome’s skyline, Nuvola gives the city a contemporary edge, and seems destined rival the Pantheon and the Colosseum.
The Jockey Club Innovation Tower in Hong Kong has won the RIBA Award for International Excellence.
Massimiliano Fuksas’s newest creation, a convention center in the EUR district of Rome, was unveiled to the international media on Wednesday.
Architects around the world hope to create a new typology for urban living through the use of sky gardens.
Zaha Hadid Architects’ design for the newly inaugurated Port House, Antwerp is a blend of historical reverence and an evocative vision of the future.
This stunning two-story restaurant served in a former life as England’s first purpose-built gym and helped host London’s first National Olympic Games in 1866.
Today, the design world embraces “green” and “meaningful” production more than ever.
Tourists and locals are once again be able to saunter up and down the Spanish Steps, after a year-long renovation to the Rome tourist landmark.
Here is a look at some useful reading material to bring you up to speed with the world of design. It’ll put you in the mood for London Design Festival.
Beazley Designs of the Year celebrates designs that promote or deliver change, enable access, extend design practice or capture the spirit of the year.
Demolished in 1938, the Banff Pavilion in Alberta, Canada may be rebuilt, once funding has been assured. The town council has approved plans for the building.
Home interior and design exhibitions look set to take over Paris; we scoured the net and found six you should include in your itinerary.