Thoughtful design and orientation ensure a constant flow of sea breeze in a large holiday home outside Bangkok.
The architect’s futuristic and unique designs will be displayed in a retrospective running until November
These new photos of the bridge in China illustrate why this might just be the world’s most dizzying structure.
Some 75 years after being leveled in World War 2 damages, the Dutch city aims to commemorate how far they’ve come
The famous architecture firm takes up a project to redo parts of Prague.
Meticulously designed, beautifully detailed, and superbly realised, this award-winning residence has an effortless elegance.
Taipei WDC hopes to cultivate design literacy among its citizens, boost innovation in urban governance, promote the city’s economic transformation, and build a mature design industry ecology.
PALACE Magazine takes a look at the work and life of the Managing Director of design studio Conran + Partners
The impressive oyster-inspired structure – one of the architect’s final works – will open today in Salerno, Italy.
Brazilian architect and designer Isay Weinfeld brings a touch of tropical modernism to new projects in New York and Miami.
A renovation of a residence in Taipei’s fiery Beitou, makes clever use of space and sunlight to save the environment and connect residents with nature.
Architects around the world hope to create a new typology for urban living through the use of sky gardens.
The world of architecture has experienced a great loss with the passing of Dame Zaha Hadid.
A look into the work of the Milanese designer famous for his minimalist style
A proposed design caters to those who love a touch of adventure with their drink
Maison&Objet Asia 2016, through its Rising Talents Award program, trains the spotlight on designers who work across disciplines.
This multi-purpose pavilion designed by architect Kengo Kuma stands on the grounds of The One Nanyuan, Taiwan.
The Iraqi-British architect was approved personally by Queen Elizabeth II and becomes the first individual woman to be so honored.
Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena has been selected as the Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate for 2016.
The last of nearly 4,500 metal stars was placed Sunday on the outer layer of the dome on Abu Dhabi’s Louvre museum, expected to open in 2016.