It beat out a German art gallery designed by David Chipperfield and a vehicle-free bridge in Denmark.
“Our guiding principle is to make things that don’t get old and thrown away,” says Sudō Reiko.
A new partnership is slated to bring affordable energy and light to IKEA consumers around the world.
In August, a pair of architects will move into their new home in Rotterdam. Its rising walls are built of tan-colored bricks that, to the eye, seem like your typical building materials, but they are actually made entirely out of waste.
Can a house sustain itself by eating its own tail?
For the past four years, journalist Victoria Lautman has been photographing an overlooked feature of Indian architectural history: the stepwell.
What if artists could use their know-how to engage in a practice that actually brings about real change?