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.
Construction work on ‘Aladdin City’, a project inspired by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad, will start next year.
A new pedestrian bridge designed by the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has been inaugurated in Copenhagen.
A glass sky pool is planned to be suspended between apartment blocks in London’s new Nine Elms quarter, close to Battersea Power Station.
A new skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City aims to be the country’s tallest when it is completed in 2017.
The Shanghai Tower, the tallest building in China and the second tallest in the world, is nearing completion.
It seems Paris is fond of glass pyramids. Because city officials have just approved plans to build another giant pyramid or triangle-shaped structure,
The new Mall of Qatar is a huge shopping and entertainment complex set to open next year in Doha.
The 6,200-square-foot house, known as “Falcon Nest,” was designed by its owner, Pal, a Phoenix architect who specializes in energy-efficient homes.
China’s online gaming operator NetDragon has its headquarters modeled after the Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise, new reports have confirmed.
Paris is aiming to reduce 75% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, so could these futuristic green skyscrapers be the way forward?
2014 was a busy year for architecture and design. Here are some of the top players who shook the scene this year.
Paris city councillors voted against plans on Monday for French capital’s first modern skyscraper in more than 40 years: the Tour Triangle.