Scott Marble's new book, Digital Workflows in Architecture, takes stock of the profession's digital revolution.
Sacha Frey on two new works detailing the noted artist, Gordon Matta-Clark
Brininstool + Lynch crafts a sense of community for a Chicago office with sleek lines and rich texture.
Joel Sanders designs moments of intimacy within an apartment visually linked to Central Park.
Paul Gunther remembers the contrarian classicist.
Salt Lake City-based Imbue Design crafts a minimalist house in a desert town.
University orders architecture school out of high-crime neighborhood.
Julie Snow Architects helps Target shed its corporate image at its Minneapolis headquarters.
Designed by Finn Juhl in 1952, with contemporary interventions by Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard.
Cannon Design draws inspiration from the pentatonic scale for their Ferrante Hall II near Syracuse.
New York City limits Madison Square Garden's lease to 15 years.
Rogers Marvel designs a new home for St. Ann's Warehouse On the Brooklyn waterfront.
A central amphitheater defines TEN Arquitectos' design for New York's 53rd Street Library.
New York-based Partners & Spade brings a sense of sophistication and permanence to an eye glasses retail store.
Mammoth mixed-use developments get underway on Greenpoint, Brooklyn waterfront.
Judd Foundation restored and set to open to the public.
Alan G. Brake laments the university's end to free education, a move that challenges the institution's identity.