Detroit complete with new development, a focus on density and walkability, and a growing, diverse population.Read More
Ten facilities flout the institutional stereotypes of architecture for seniors.Read More
Connecting the old town of Dresden, Germany, with the city’s traditional shopping street, Altmarkt-Galerie creates a meeting place and point of attraction for residents and tourists.Read More
The Wabash Building is an expansion of Roosevelt University’s Chicago campus. Located on a small midblock site of 17,500 square feet (1,600 sq m), the “vertical university” comprises 420,000 square feet (3,900 sq m) of mixed-use space, including classrooms, lecture halls, and a 632-bed student residential space.Read More
A multidisciplinary team in Amsterdam is racing to print a prototype home.
Two Dallas suburban cities experiment with flexible retail or residential space designs to help urbanize their city centers.
Twenty-three developments (11 in North America, seven in Asia, and five in Europe) have been selected as finalists in the 2014 Global Awards for Excellence.
Inside the brokerage giant’s new WELL-certified commercial office space.
Experts discuss the influences of high-tech companies’ preference for “cool” spaces, younger workers’ desire for collaborative and flexible work environments, the shrinking of individual workspaces and increase in amenities, and the future of the office.
Coworking, in which entrepreneurs, startups, and even corporate small teams interact in an open office, is growing exponentially. In the process, it may transform land use.