Unity Temple Restoration Oak Park, Illinois, by Harboe Architects, completed in 1908, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s greatest buildings. The building is a National Historic Landmark, a key work of Modern Architecture.
Getty Foundation 2018 Keeping it Modern Grants include the first grants awarded to buildings in Cuba, Lebanon, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, and Ireland, plus well-known landmarks such as the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
Frank Lloyd Wright, architect news – The Rayward–Shepherd House, also known as Tirranna, built in New Canaan, Connecticut, is up for sale. The home was built just before the architect’s death.
The Royal Institute of British Architects is pleased to announce Sir Nicholas Grimshaw will receive the 2019 Royal Gold Medal, the UK’s highest honour for architecture.
Eric Parry Architects has completed a new headquarters for Cambridge Assessment, the University of Cambridge’s world-renowned exams group and one of the largest employers in the city.
Event at this world-famous 20th Century American residence dating from 1949 – A Conversation with Frank Gehry + Paul Goldberger, two distinguished names in architecture.
Nefa Architects’ aim is to provide cover from an atmospheric condensation, a shadow during the sunny summer and to give an electric light during the dark night – essential functions needed for a man whose intention to smoke with comfort.
Bauhaus Architecture in Celle, Lower Saxony: with over 490 colourful half-timbered houses, Celle presents the largest compact ensemble of its kind in Europe and is one of the most splendid towns in Germany.
Centrally located, steps away from St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square and the Kremlin, Zaryadye Park will be the first large-scale park to open in Moscow in the past fifty years. A design consortium led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro oversaw the transformation.
Stirling Prize-winning architect Stanton Williams has completed a £21.5 million expansion for Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge.
A study in classic furniture design for 85 years – Thonet tubular steel cantilever chairs at the Leipzig National Library. The landmark main building of the splendid library in the centre of Leipzig is characterised by impressive statues, busts and gilt decorative elements.
Following on from the Radical Essex project, this publication includes new writing from Tim Burrows, Gillian Darley, Charles Holland, Rachel Lichtenstein, Jules Lubbock, Jess Twyman and Ken Worpole, plus photography from Catherine Hyland.
Designed by Lazor Office the site of the Stretch House consists of three distinct but adjacent landscape types in the Catskills: a thick forest meets a hay field meets a meadow dotted with mature specimen trees.
Guggenheim New York Museum Architecture Competition – the last built work by Frank Lloyd Wright, who had died earlier that year at 91, was not showered with praise, but pelted with criticism. It was felt that the architecture of the museum dominated the paintings and the art inside.