In advance of International Women’s Day, The Times has published an obituary by Alexandra Lange detailing the life and legacy of Julia Morgan, the first woman to earn an architect’s license in California, and “a prolific designer of hundreds of buildings, namely the Hearst Castle at San Simeon."
Arata Isozaki has been named the 2019 laureate of the Pritzker Prize for Architecture.
In collaboration with Monopol Colors, UNStudio has developed an ultra-durable paint that protects buildings and structures from absorbing excessive amounts of solar radiation.
David Wolferstetter Architektur (DWA) has collaborated with a team led by Moritz Mungenast from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in the design of a 3D-printed façade, destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany.
With the rise of online availability, the need for items can be accomplished at the push of a button. However, some brands are trying to find ways to make retail stores relevant and interesting in today's consumer market.
"The rooms are awash with sparkling candelabra, sumptuous carpets, marble columns, sculptures, and expensive artworks,” says Benedikt Hartl, co-founder of Opposite Office of Buckingham Palace. And, if Opposite Office’s recent Affordable Palace proposal were to go through, could also be home to you.
To what extent can architecture support social inclusion and break down spatial segregation within the megacity?
Kevin Roche (1922-2019) had a lasting influence on the American architecture scene.
“In Florida, you will see a bewildering mix of optimism, opportunism and denial in the real estate market: luxury condominiums going up in flood-prone South Beach, and property values rising in the vulnerable Keys, post-Hurricane Irma.