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Frank Lloyd Wright's $3m starter home
Learn why this LA house, originally built for middle-income Americans, has moved well into seven figure territory
Published: Thursday, 28 January 2016
A high-density High Line for Stockholm
Could this inspired residential railway regeneration project break ground in the Swedish capital?
Published: Wednesday, 27 January 2016
Will this cubist brutal building rise in Costa Rica?
Brooklyn architects CAZA propose new congress hall of enormous concrete cubes in the placid capital San José
Published: Wednesday, 27 January 2016
Cool new look for Zurich's National Museum
Concrete and geometric abstraction delights in Christ & Gantenbein's new addition to Gustav Gull's original building
Published: Tuesday, 26 January 2016
A Jutaku-style home for Main Street America
One New Orleans architect finds a distinctly east-Asian way to make America’s starter-homes affordable
Published: Monday, 25 January 2016
The only time you'll see a cat story on
Probably. Nanotecture is packed with very small houses - here are some that only the smallest can fit into
Published: Thursday, 21 January 2016
A futuristic treatment for a Texan library
Could this strikingly modern take on a public book-lending institution touch down in Houston some time soon?
Published: Thursday, 21 January 2016
The Steven Holl sculpture that will become a home
The work, going on show in NYC, forms part of Holl’s mission to rethink the way a building's space is used
Published: Wednesday, 20 January 2016
BIG 's new twist on The High Line
Danish architecture practice's pair of contorted skyscrapers are destined for Manhattan's Meatpacking District
Published: Tuesday, 19 January 2016
When Marcel Breuer built a brutalist ski resort
The Bauhaus founder's work in Flaine still inspires - just ask our brutal architecture book author Peter Chadwick
Published: Tuesday, 19 January 2016
When catastrophe leads to creative design
A new RIBA show looks at the wealth of architectural creativity that springs up in the wake of natural disasters
Published: Friday, 15 January 2016
Why 2016's Pritzker winner makes half-built houses
The Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena wins praise for the parts of the building he chooses to leave out
Published: Thursday, 14 January 2016
The capsule hotel with a sea view
Gianluca Santosuosso's MORPHotel concept offers a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to cruise ships
Published: Wednesday, 13 January 2016


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