France’s Villa Majorelle, which just wrapped up a key phase of interior restoration, is a gorgeous example of the ornate style.
The long vacant building, last owned by Ikea, recently sold for $1.2 million.
The World Monument Fund has flagged 25 monuments, buildings, and communities worldwide that "marry great historical significance with contemporary social impact."
The public can cast up to five votes per day until October 29 and the historic sites with the most votes at the end will receive a share of $2 million in grants.
As civil rights tourism booms, a new oral history project seeks to spotlight the importance of lesser-known civil rights history sites across Alabama.
Industrialist and architecture patron J. Irwin Miller commissioned a trio of designers—Eero Saarinen, Alexander Girard, and Dan Kiley—for his home in Indiana. It’s since been cemented in the canon as a masterpiece of midcentury residential design.
The Art Deco building, which served as the insurance giant’s headquarters from 1929 to 1972, is facing the wrecking ball after the sale of the building fell through.
Nonument documents the monuments, buildings, and infrastructure lost to time.
England’s registry of historically significant places, is adding its first supermarket to its roster—a sprawling Sainsbury store in Camden’s Grand Union Complex.
This year’s winners include two U.S. works by Eero Saarinen, a Mozambique rail station, and a Soviet-era monument.
The oral history of the legendary modernist building, its reopening, and the controversy that remains to this day
The postmodern icon has apparently lost so much of its old self that it’s on track to be stripped of its national historic landmark status.
‘America’s Front Yard,’ musical landmarks, and a postmodern marvel are all at risk.
New technologies will make it easier to restore heritage sites like Notre Dame.
The new crop of winners cuts across buildings, interiors, and neighborhoods, which shows the breadth of preservation efforts in the country.
Experts discuss what comes next in the rebirth and rebuilding of the cathedral.
The postmodern house, recently denied historic status by the Pittsburgh City Council, is now threatened by new owners’ demolition plans.
Welbeck Car Park is the next Brutalist gem to go.
The Walker Guest House, in Florida, was a breakthrough for the architect.
Among the buildings nominated are the Hollyhock House in LA, the Guggenheim in New York City, and, of course, Fallingwater.
On November 27, Paris auction house Artcurial is selling a 24-step chunk of the tower’s original staircase.
If the U.S. can’t preserve sites where it fought for its rights, what does that say about maintaining the rights themselves?
The architect’s California cool found its way to Cedar Rapids
After two years of renovation, the Paris apartment where Le Corbusier lived and worked from 1934 to 1965 is now ready for the public to visit.
Americans are questioning "who we are as individuals, a region, a country."
The program will focus on buildings from the ’60s and ’70s, when Dubai entered a period of stunning growth.
The proposed expansion plans to eliminate the colonnade courtyard currently fronting the museum.
The iconic Hotel Okura, whose renovations were met with at outcry from the architecture and design community, will reopen in September 2019.
Though it’s too early to tell exactly how much the new rebuild will cost, Glasgow School of Art director, Tom Inns, says it’s absolutely going to happen.
The Oslo-based firm will spearhead the Michigan Central Station revamp
New scheme by OMA comes after months of criticism from architects and preservationists.
Historic homes, iconic city squares, and the roadside wonders of Route 66 are all at risk.