The New York Times

The exterior of Utsav House betrays its airy interiors
The New York Times

This Is an Indian House, According to One Architect

By turning his gaze backward, Bijoy Jain is creating a new architectural language that acknowledges his country’s precolonial past.

Colossal Cacti, by Office Kovacs
Opinion

Opinion: Is Instagram Ruining Architecture?

NYTimes’ Alexandra Lange wonders if the app can help expand our love of the designed world and incite our curiosity or it can turn us into sheep

The interior of the Reversible Destiny Office — Yoro, part of a four-acre park created by the artists Arakawa and Madeline Gins in Gifu Prefecture, Japan
The New York Times

Could Architecture Help You Live Forever?

The search for immortality has always been a subtext of architecture and for a pair of avant-garde artists, eternal life wasn’t just a dream — it was a possibility

A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space
The New York Times

A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space

Rather than renovate the building next door, OMA started from scratch and designed an architecturally distinct expansion on the Bowery

A new apartment complex being built next to a single-family home in South Minneapolis
The New York Times

Americans Need More Neighbors

A big idea in Minneapolis points the way for other cities desperately in need of housing

John Sowden House, street facade and garden
The New York Times

John Sowden House in Los Angeles is now being revived

The Lloyd Wright house, linked to the Black Dahlia murder, is now a photogenic backdrop for fund-raisers, music videos and cannabis gatherings.

30-foot-high concrete cylinder inside the circular 19th-century Bourse de Commerce in Paris
The New York Times

Sneak Peek into Paris’ Newest Museum

Early next year, after a nearly $170 million redevelopment, Paris’s 130-year-old Bourse de Commerce will reopen as a contemporary art museum.

Richard Meier
Opinion

Why Doesn’t Architecture Care About Sexual Harassment?

Seven months after women accused Richard Meier of sexual misconduct, too little has been done to change the profession.

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