All the Queens Houses is a photographic survey by Rafael Herrin-Ferri that explores the idiosyncratic architecture of NYC’s most diverse borough.
Never Built New York at the Queens Museum explores almost two centuries of unrealized architecture through blueprints, drawings, a panorama, and a bouncy castle.
100 Houses 100 Years chronicles a century of architecture through the British home, from classical throwbacks to postwar housing to futuristic designs.
With Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models by Marc Hagan-Guirey, you can build tiny models of Fallingwater, the Guggenheim Museum, and Taliesin West.
Ornament is Crime is a visual compendium of the Modernist home, from early 1900s designs to contemporary structures carrying the austere style into the 21st century.
The World Monuments Fund announced the 2018 World Monuments Watch, listing 25 sites, from the hurricane-hit Caribbean to modernist architecture in India.
Mark Lamster’s The Island That Nobody Knows explores Boston’s Deer Island, a former prison and quarantine site that now houses the city’s sewage plant.
The annual, monthlong festival Archtober offers tours, lectures, and events surrounding the eclectic architecture and designs of the city.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opened this past weekend, looks to history for inspiration.
A book by XML is the first to provide a comparative overview of different countries’ parliament spaces.
A 17th-century home in New Jersey needs a new caretaker, and one who has $2.9 million to spend.
A 50-year-old floating performance space designed by architect Louis Kahn may be sent to a Louisiana shipyard for scrap at the end of this year’s tour.