Architecture Stories

Liz Diller on the successes, flaws and laws of the High Line

The US architect says everyone in her profession should consider the unwanted effects of outrageous success Liz Diller on the successes, flaws and laws of the High Line

Who wants a pop-up, mobile beach house?

A British firm has developed a mobile, self-assembling holiday home, which pops up in around 10 minutes Who wants a pop-up, mobile beach house?

MAD’s sci-fi base for a truly futuristic car company

Faraday Future’s space-age facility might help usher in an age of superfast, zero-emission self-driving vehicles MAD’s sci-fi base for a truly futuristic car company

A sax-shaped tower for Rotterdam's skyline

MVRDV says its twin-tower and connecting bridge “represents musicality, character and elegance” A sax-shaped tower for Rotterdam's skyline

Frank Lloyd Wright's smart plan to fix the great depression

The architect planned to create prefab farming units - complete with crèches and beauty parlours Frank Lloyd Wright's smart plan to fix the great depression

A 21st century winter garden for Denmark’s chilly new city

COBE plans to carve out a leafy public park inside this windswept block on the edge of an old port A 21st century winter garden for Denmark’s chilly new city

Preserving Louis Kahn's Salk Institute

The Getty Conservation Institute has worked hard to ensure a modernist masterpiece is restored to former glories Preserving Louis Kahn's Salk Institute

This LA concrete classic is the star of this new xx video

Alasdair McLellan makes a video for The xx with help from Raf Simons, Calvin Klein and a little LA modernism This LA concrete classic is the star of this new xx video

A Sottsass penthouse in New York - yours for just $19m!

OK, it's pricey, but then again it is a perfectly preserved example of the Memphis founder’s interior design A Sottsass penthouse in New York - yours for just $19m!

Kengo Kuma's plans for Paris

The Japanese architect’s new renderings introduce naturalism to France’s most philosophical quarter Kengo Kuma's plans for Paris

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