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Gio Ponti’s incongruously stolid Denver Art Museum sprouts a space-age appendage

After an extensive renovation of the Denver Art Museum, the Sie Welcome Center has opened…

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners unveils an ultra-patriotic Horse Soldier Bourbon compound in Kentucky

Having garnered acclaim for its distillery projects, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has the new…

The kinetic sculpture-adorned Polish Pavilion takes flight at Expo 2020 Dubai

At the finally online Expo 2020 Dubai, the Polish Pavilion has created shade through mimicking…

The third edition of Design Week Lagos showcases the best in contemporary African design

Design Week Lagos (DWL), Africa’s most significant annual design festival, is back for its third…

The September Architecture Billings Index rises once again, overcoming skepticism

The AIA released its latest September Architecture Billings Index score and the composite index rose…

The Michael Maltzan–designed Sixth Street Viaduct portends a multimodal renaissance for Los Angeles

A high-profile replacement of Los Angeles’s famed Sixth Street Viaduct is nearing the final lap…

Beyer Blinder Belle revamps the capital’s landmark National Presbyterian Church

Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners (BBB) has announced the completion of its renovation and…

Herzog & de Meuron’s new home for the SongEun Art and Cultural Foundation debuts in Seoul

Seoul-based arts nonprofit SongEun Art and Cultural Foundation has opened its permanent new home at…

Foster + Partners’ London Tulip will likely get government approval and move ahead

It looks like the saga of approvals and blocks for the Tulip, Foster + Partners’…

Steven Holl Architects shows off its finished Cofco Cultural and Health Center in Shanghai

Steven Holl Architects has revealed its completed Cofco Cultural and Health Center, a roughly 65,000-square-foot…