Articles


Architect
July 27, 2016
After years of mock-ups and tests, Patrick Tighe Architecture is close to realizing a residential building made mostly of spray foam.
Ensia
July 27, 2016
Concentrated populations are often seen as a boon for the environment because resources can be easily shared. But so can pathogens. How can cities discourage infectious disease?
Architect
July 20, 2016
In the nascent world of dynamic architecture, RVTR and Matter Design utilize algorithms and 3D printing to design an experimental and adaptable surface.
Architect
July 20, 2016
GLD Architecture's whimsical installation for curious passersby represents a significant step in architectural form-making.
Architect
July 20, 2016
H&P Architects doubles down on bamboo to develop a housing prototype that can endure a range of natural disasters.
Architect
July 20, 2016
Pancorbo + de Villar + Chacón + Martín Robles craft a striking veil from recycled cables to soften the silhouette of their concrete cube building.
Architect
July 20, 2016
Interloop—Architecture saw an opportunity to rework the much-begrudged object required in every building.
Architect
July 20, 2016
Michael K Chen Architecture turned to science to perfect the design of a green wall in Manhattan.
Architect
July 15, 2016
Designed by Gensler, the 33-story, LEED Platinum certified structure in Pittsburgh relies on natural ventilation for 42 percent of the year.
Architect
July 15, 2016
To counter the havoc that storm surges can wreak in coastal areas along the San Francisco Bay, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill zeroes in on the source of the problem.