Queer Spaces: An Atlas of LGBTQ+ Places and Stories records how generations of queer communities have persisted and created familial oases around the world.
The Project of Independence at MoMA probes the limits of modernist construction in South Asia.
John Taylor Williams’s The Shores of Bohemia traces the formation of postwar American culture with an intimate account of the legendary summer gatherings of artists, writers, and activists at Cape Cod.
The super tall and skinny skyscraper, affectionately dubbed “the coffee stirrer,” was built at a 24:1 height-to-width ratio.
100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon by Alejandro Merizalde features religious temples from every corner of the Italian city and its islands.
A new biography looks at the largely forgotten architect who executed more than 700 building projects in California, including the Hearst Castle.
The newly unveiled 60-foot-wide, 140-foot-long steel and glass building is an exemplar of Mies’s signature understated but innovative style.
Architectural drawings were limited to mostly monochrome in Europe until color appeared in the 17th century.
“We don’t just take [Rotterdam] apart for the phallus symbol of a megalomaniac billionaire,” said the protest’s organizers, who oppose dismantling the historic bridge.
A new book reconstructs a unique teen bedroom from 1929 and resurrects Joseph Urban’s far-reaching but now-forgotten influence on modern American design.
A new project looks at the modernist influences on the city’s residential designs.
It beat out a German art gallery designed by David Chipperfield and a vehicle-free bridge in Denmark.