Category list : Americas
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Celebrating invention and authenticity, the AR presents a snapshot of work in progress from around the world
wHY: ‘We work in a universal world where a tiny yet profound idea could trigger global impact’Subscription
AR_EA Los Angeles: wHY
Why is Aspen's new art museum so divisive?Subscription
Tom Ravenscroft on the Aspen Art Museum by Shigeru Ban Architects
[Archive] Chicago’s poor make plain the social responsibilities of the architecture industry
A regional French collection of experimental architecture has inspired this formally audacious addition to its home in Orleans
Wall House, Santiago, Chile by FARSubscription
This singular design in Santiago is a sophisticated reinterpretation of the domestic exterior.
Exploring the language of simplicity and sobriety, this circular wall reconceptualises the notion of pilgrimage
Venezuela has been fertile ground for the emergence of young architecture collectives that are committed to joining forces, maintaining autonomy, forming their own voice and above all, addressing social injustice
The Winter Olympics may be anti-design, but there are redeeming moments
The changing landscape, light, and even passing wildlife become the focus of the monks’ daily offices of prayer. Photography by Alain Laforest