The CIA recently shared a gem of a tale about two remarkable women and one historic house on its 225-acre property.
A new exhibition looks at a pioneering, mixed-media college course exploring modern architecture.
Would be the first complete, viable, and intact Wright-designed building to meet the wrecking ball in more than 40 years
The gorgeous 1836 flax mill, once the largest room in the world, has been acquired by U.K. developer CEG.
The historic tax credit, low-income housing tax credit, and the mortgage interest deduction are among the differences in the two bills
Brick house by brick house, the award-winning effort to restore Hamnett Place offers a roadmap for creating affordable housing.
WeWork will soon move into the candy-striped, submarine-inspired building, which will have 110,000 square feet of office space.
African-American Cultural Heritage Action Fund launched to increase diversity in historic preservation
Protecting and preserving ‘the vital story of African-Americans and their enormous contributions to the idea of America.’
The bill retains the mortgage-interest deduction and private-activity bonds that fund low-income housing.
London’s V&A announced that it has acquired a three-story section of iconic Brutalist housing complex, Robin Hood Gardens, currently under demolition.
To see how different spaces are being repurposed in cities across the U.S., we’ve rounded up 9 creative adaptive reuse projects.
"Getting rid of it now threatens the economic revival that is evident in America’s cities and towns"
William Wilson Cooke designed many landmarks of the city’s African-American middle class.
This year’s list runs the gamut from aging architectural marvels to heritage sites threatened by continued armed conflict.
The 1970s Empire Landmark Hotel, known for incredible views, is the latest casualty of the city’s hot real estate market.
The fine ordered by the International Criminal Court is the first of its kind, setting a precedent for "crimes against architecture".
White nationalists have now "attached themselves like albatrosses" to the Confederate monument issue.
Without a buyer, the architect’s singular steel ship soon headed for scrapyard
This architectural gem of a city, Eritrea's capital, was recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Classic hotels that showcase amazing architecture
Visitors can marvel at architectural gems, see ace adaptive reuse, and drink beer brewed inside a grain silo
Peter Eisenman’s House II lets owners “live inside an experiment”: that may be the problem
Heineken’s Cities Project wants to help restore 10 sites in cities across the U.S.
The annual endangered list has spurred action and helped threatened historic properties thrive
Soldier, salvager, and now curator, Larry Giles wants to open a museum in St. Louis to honor the history of the buildings arts
If you’ve ever watched Pride and Prejudice (the original BBC TV series, not the movie with Keira Knightley) and wished you could live that life, here’s your chance.
From cushy private clubs to sprawling mansions, they defined luxury
Changing the color of a room today is a rather simple process—but it wasn’t always that way.
The landmark Painted Desert Community Complex, located along Route 66, will receive a multi-year, multimillion-dollar facelift
Monuments, parks, and historic homes that expound upon and explain vital chapters of our nation’s history
The work of an everyman designer who shaped the desert city’s residential architecture is under appraisal