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Allford Hall Monaghan Morris designed the all-girls school in London.
RECORD's annual awards program acknowledges the increasingly visible role of women in the profession and recognizes their contributions to the field.
In the middle of the desert in Qatar, four enormous steel plates rise from the bleak landscape, oriented along an east-west axis over a half-mile stretch.
Up close and personal with emerging firms and designers in Chicago: Grant Gibson, CAMESgibson, Inc.; Kelly Bair,
Central Standard Office of Design; Conor O’Shea, Hinterlands Urbanism and Landscape; and Christopher Marcinkoski and Andrew Moddrell, PORT Urbanism.
Interview with Sarah Herda and Joseph Grima, co-curators of the Chicago Architecture Biennial. [AUDIO EXTRA]
The $12 million campus in Kenya will include childhood educational facilities, a vocational training school, and, later, a hospital.
Two months after Zaha Hadid’s $2 billion design for the 2020 Olympic Stadium in Tokyo was scrapped, the architect announced her firm will no longer participate in the competition for a new design.
Linc Thelen Design and Scrafano Architects, Chicago, Illinois. A former church becomes an airy home for a family of five, while retaining original details like the stained glass and bell tower.
Sanders Architecture, Austin, Texas. An single-family residence gets a major makeover.
Hammer Architects, Truro, Massachusetts. This Cape Cod home by Hammer Architects gives off boathouse vibes abd offers expansive views of the woods.
A Q&A with the president of 100 Resilient Cities, who hopes the organization will inspire a worldwide movement.
The easy-to-assemble structures will quickly shelter those left homeless after the earthquake in Nepal.
Seattle, Washington. SHED Architecture & Design's split-level Main Street House offers owners dramatic views of Mount Ranier and the surrounding landscape.
San Francisco, California. Zack/de Vito Architecture + Construction built two compact, modern townhomes on the site of an 850-square-foot cottage from the early 1900s.
For the first time in almost forty years, visitors may soon be able to reach the Virgolo mountain in Bolzano, Italy, by cable car.