The Architect’s Newspaper

The October Architecture Billings Index rose yet again, but growth appears to be tapering

The October 2021 Architecture Billings Index rose for yet another month, but cracks are appearing…

Studio Libeskind reveals a mixed-use office complex for Germany’s iconic Filmpark Babelsberg

In news that comes just days after MRVDV pulled the curtain back on a revamp…

The United States’ first Ismaili Center in Houston unveils its design by Farshid Moussavi Architecture

Two years after Farshid Moussavi Architecture was chosen to design the Ismaili Center Houston, the…

L.A.’s Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center is a community hub wrapped in glowing polycarbonate

Brought to you by: Glorya Kaufman’s name is far from an unfamiliar one within the…

Houston’s Orange Show Center for Visionary Art unveils major expansion by Rogers Partners

In Houston, the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art (OSCVA)—one of the U.S.’s largest organizations…

Minneapolis’ newest park is like a front porch on the Mississippi River

Water Works Park and its new Pavilion are both Minneapolis’s newest and oldest features, rising…

Op-ed: Who cares if a building is advancing a theoretical architectural idea if that idea looks bad?

Most people don’t approach buildings like a book, nor should they. So why is architecture…

Cairo Modern explores a lost modernity at the Center for Architecture

Cairo Modern is not primarily a celebration of master form-givers or the art of giving…

Herzog & de Meuron’s Tour Triangle is moving forward, dividing Parisians

While not massive, the 42-story Tour Triangle skyscraper is tall for Paris and would be…

In Mexico City, JO-HS showcases local and international work in a breezy gallery

The newly opened JO-HS is a gallery, studio, residency, shop, and so much more housed…