It’s a good demonstration of how you don’t need a lot of smart high tech to build a comfortable house.
Monthly Archive: August 2014
Richard Meier has designed a relatively modest new beachfront house for long-time clients that marries his signature orthogonals with an exceptional transparency.
An architect at Perkins Eastman, Hutchinson combines his obsession with embedding coding in art together with a De Stijl-inspired aesthetic and his love of French author Jean Genet in a new exhibition of his artwork.
A lawsuit brought by Zaha Hadid against The New York Review of Books and its architecture critic, Martin Filler, has prompted Filler to correct the record.
At yök we do not only work hard to save energy, but also water. According to Airbnb, guests in Europe renting a home use 45% less water than when staying in a hotel. But there is more to a bathroom than saving water; materials also play an important role
LEED, IgCC, 189.1 to be parts of a single system.
Through September 28, an exhibition at the New Museum in New York highlights contemporary art from 45 Arab artists from over 15 countries.
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture will lose its accreditation in 2017.
Restoration of renowned structural engineer Paul Weidlinger’s Wellfleet, Massachusetts, vacation residence has been completed.
At Sir John Soane’s Museum in London, director Abraham Thomas pointed to examples of Soane’s inventiveness while talking about his own plans for the museum, which receives more than 100,000 visitors a year.
Exhibition Review: ‘Toward an Architectural Archive’ at Japan’s National Archives of Modern Architecture
Clues to Hollyhock’s past have since emerged. When it re-opens to the public this fall, many long-vanished features will be revived, and sparkling.