3D printing guru Skylar Tibbits moves into the fourth dimension with upcoming workshop at ICFF.
A system of 946 unique panels shapes the sound of music at the University of Iowa.
This year at ICFF, learn about parametric design using Grasshopper for Rhino3D from the experts at Mode Lab.
Zaha Hadid Architects designed 16 bespoke polyurethane display units for fashion designer Neil Barrett's shops.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro selected for expansion project. The Modern will consider retaining Williams and Tsien's building.
Vacant Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx to become world's largest indoor ice facility.
Experts in digital design will lead four days of workshops and dialog at ICFF.
Winning Tex-Fab design transforms heavy concrete into a light and lacy structure.
Julie V. Iovine urges reuse of the Folk Art Museum to enrich the experience of the Modern.
nArchitects designs a new cultural education center to honor New York City's oldest standing structure.
HOK designs the University of Buffalo's School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Building.
The Modern makes the "painful" decision to scrap Williams and Tsien's Folk Art building.
Academy of Motion Pictures shares revamped design by Renzo Piano and Zoltan Pali.
Goetz Composites fabricated modular furniture for a new Diller, Scofidio + Renfro-designed building at Brown University.
New York City Landmarks Commission applauds COOKFOX's mixed-use project on the site of a Soho gas station.
Brooklyn-based Associated Fabrication realized a shoe store interior in Pearl Gray Corian.
Alameda Square could become the hub of LA's burgeoning Arts District.
Architecture students design a textural installation with complete transparency.
A dynamic ceiling inside a San Francisco restaurant is inspired by the char-grilled cuisine.
Mathews Nielsen's plan to reshape a Lower Manhattan pedestrian plaza.
The jurors of the Pritzker Architecture Prize have named Toyo Ito the 2013 laureate.
Michigan appoints financial manager for destitute Detroit.
Digitally fabricated textural walls helps manage sound in a Chicago office.
From Arquitectonica to Zaha Hadid, top name architects design new developments in the Magic City.
A custom metal screen adds drama to New York's famed Le Bernardin.
SHoP and Field Operations to reboot Brooklyn waterfront for Two Trees.
Santa Monica selects design/development teams for major downtown project. Among them is OMA.
Vlad Tenu's new installation creates flowing, rigid surfaces from flexible, laser-cut materials.
Millennium Hollywood project gains Los Angeles Planning Department approval.
Topocast and artist Randy Twaddle create a wall of sculptural tiles digitally produced from a 2D pattern.
Renzo Piano's Resnick Pavilion uses digitally fabricated cladding to call attention to the building's mechanical system.
Orhan Ayyuce parses the artist's influence and spatial practice.
Inverted chandelier filled with LED lights is a cylindrical beacon for a Norwegian concert hall.
PennPraxis unveils plan to improve access and activity on Philadelphia's Champs-Élysées
SCAPE wins competition to daylight an underground river in Lexington, Kentucky.
New York's threatened 1840s East Village St. Brigid's Church reanimated by preservation, new congregation.
Marlon Blackwell uses a ribbed ceiling to evoke craft while mitigating contemporary challenges at Arkansas museum.
The mathematically-inspired SubDivided installation unifies a three-story atrium at the University of Oregon.
Land Bank aims to stabilize Chicagoland real estate market.
nArchitects wins adAPT NYC micro-apartment design competition.
Brookfield begins construction of railyard-spanning platform for new mega-development in the Hudson Yards district.
Utile digitally designed the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion to make a splash.
CODA uses skateboard scrap to construct Party Wall for this summer's MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program.
Forum reveals Los Angeles mayoral candidates all pushing for affordable housing improvement.
Lexington, Kentucky invites firms to decide how to uncover a stream buried for 100 years.
Richard Meier & Partners designs an integrated mixed-use building in Hamburg, Germany.
With 14,000 pieces, Bloom is the first architectural application of a laminated metal material that includes nickel and manganese with a bit of iron.
With the passing of Ada Louise Huxtable, AN looks back on a conversation with the legendary critic and others from 2005.
Julie V. Iovine remembers the critic's humor, humanity, and voracious intelligence.
A critical roundup of some of the best new architecture in 2012.
Take a look back at this year's most-read articles from the AN Blog.
AN editors review the most read stories from the pages of the print edition.
SITU Fabrication produces a Dev Harland-designed projection wall for Y-3's 10th anniversary.
Students transform Solar Decathlon house into a permanent residence in Washington, D.C.
New York kicks off one of the nation's largest public works projects: replacing the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Bing Thom wins commission to design a performing arts center in Hong Kong.
Audi and GSAPP teamed with FLATCUT_ to create a 1:1500 scale model of Manhattanns street grid from 3/16-inch-thick aluminum sheets.
Jayne Merkel surveys Ennead's museum expansion in New Haven.
New developments prevail on Brooklyn's waterfront in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Alan Hess pays tribute to the legendary Brazilian master.
New York City Housing Authority scrambles to respond to hurricane damage.
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill design a skyscraper inspired by an ancient Chinese instrument.
Stephanie Murg reviews Farshid Moussavi's audacious American debut.
Five emerging firms selected as finalists for MoMA/P.S. 1 pavilion.
Commission on Chicago Landmarks denies protection of Goldberg hospital.
Flooding and power outages caused by the East Coast superstorm force closure of Lower Manhattan office.
Helmut Jahn renames firm, shares design reins with Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido.
Experimental systems and new materials break ground in an untapped field of architecture.
HNTB's soaring design wins LA's Sixth Street Viaduct competition.
San Jose's Art+Technology Biennial pavilion weaves a social media whispering wall.
Piano and Pali unveil ambitious design for the Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.
Snohetta and AECOM reveal conceptual scheme for dramatic waterfront facility in San Francisco.
An easy to build structure at the London Design Festival brought advanced parametric design together with Kebonyys revolutionary EcoTimber.
A materially simple yet structurally complex pavilion welcomed visitors to an international architectural competition.
Michael Maltzan wins U.S. Embassy annex in Paris.
Foster clinches competition for new Midtown tower.