The world around us is shaped by architects and designers. In 1985 the Paris-based International Union of Architects launched World Architecture Day to highlight the work of those who design our built environment.
For artist and architect Catie Newell, Secret Sky is part of a larger practice of fashioning meaning from unexpected rediscoveries of the conventional built environment
The immersive architectural structure is designed to leave visitors feeling like they’re walking among the stars—a special experience that required exceptional construction techniques
The world’s population is growing and cities are getting bigger. Some fear that as they grow denser, cities will become like modern-day versions of some Dickensian nightmare. But architects such as Earle Arney argue this is far from the case, and that density can lead to healthier outcomes for residents
San Diego may be a surfer’s paradise, but this beach town’s vibrant event spaces, literary landmarks and bustling border crossing make it ideal for any architectural enthusiast
The world is awash with modern technology, but engineers and designers aren’t averse to referring to the natural world for inspiration, using biomimicry to make construction and other sectors more efficient and sustainable
As climate change continues to dominate the news, social and business agenda, architects and developers are increasingly seeking to deliver biodiversity in construction —giving back to nature—and have minimal impact on the environment, both in construction and operation.
Forget the rickety backyard treehouses – these tree-based structures are lavishly designed and come packed with stunning structural and design features
The Bavarian capital showcases some of the most extravagant architecture in the world, from structures built in the Middle Ages to modern buildings emblematic of the German city’s rich culture
A.L. Hu wants a more inclusive architecture industry, and they’re fearlessly working to make sure the industry changes for the better