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London Festival of Architecture installation ‘Color Palace’ invigorates

In the textile markets of Lagos, Nigeria, bolts of vividly hued fabric are stacked far as the eye can see. They’re...
The best national park architecture: 7 amazing rustic buildings

The best national park architecture: 7 amazing rustic buildings

U.S. National Parks are renowned for their Instagrammable beauty, abundant wildlife, and recreational opportunities. But they also boast a unique architectural...
A Field Guide to American Houses: Virginia McAlester Is the Most Popular Architecture Writer in America  

A Field Guide to American Houses: Virginia McAlester Is the Most Popular Architecture Writer...

If you visit the Architectural History best-seller list on Amazon, you will notice Virginia Savage McAlester’s A Field Guide to American...
Björk at the Shed: Cornucopia showcases architecture as instrument

Björk at the Shed: Cornucopia showcases architecture as instrument

On a bluff on the eastern coast of Iceland, there’s a concrete dome cluster that looks like gray mushrooms sprouting from...
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Dubai’s Extraordinary Architecture and Luxurious Penthouse and Apartments

Dubai is always well-known for it’s tall building and extraordinary architecture. It is among the most international spot for properties. In 2002, the...
I.M. Pei’s death: The architecture and design world react

I.M. Pei’s death: The architecture and design world react

Iconic architect I.M. Pei has died at the age of 102. As one of the most prolific and well-respected architects in...
Puerto Escondido architecture, design, and beaches: A guide

Puerto Escondido architecture, design, and beaches: A guide

Puerto Escondido, a beach town in the southwestern Mexican state of Oaxaca, has long been a well-kept secret of the world’s...
Mountain architecture: An essential guide to ski towns

Mountain architecture: An essential guide to ski towns

Ski town architecture may be gorgeous, but it’s not without its cliches. Behind every subtly designed timber structure is a 15,000-square-foot...

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