Steel has ruled the world for two centuries because it's relatively cheap and tough, but there are times when steel is just not tough enough. Recently, a full variety of custom-designed alloys has come to light — original ceramic...
Romans have been at the forefront of architecture since Ancient Roman times. We've toured some incredible Roman architecture and museums in my previous blog posts. What started out as grandiose, ego-driven building dictated by emperors determined to outshine each other,...
Though it may have started out as a humble Tumblr devoted to Brutalist architecture porn, Architecture of Doom has since flourished as a hot-spot for empty or dying architecture. While the themes that stoked the inspiratory flames at the site's start (namely a certain Soviet-era...
Two architectural firms joined forces to participate in an ongoing program to replace dilapidated structures in Dallas' community parks with sensitive works of modern design. The College Park pavilion is the 25th thus far completed. The essential parameters of these commissions...
Gingerbread houses have their place — at the kids' table and in our childhood Christmas memory bank for the most part — unless, that is, they're one of the incredible works of architectural x culinary genius making their debut at Miami's Art Basel show.
Known for his superior design and unparalleled craftsmanship, the 2009 Pritzker Laureate and 2013 RIBA Gold Medal Award winner, Peter Zumthor was recently invited to speak at the School of Architecture in Tel Aviv University. In a lecture titled "Presence in Architecture...
The Freedom Ship would be home to 50,000 people and have its own airport, casinos and shopping centers. The Florida-based company behind the city of the sea says it is hopeful it can raise the $1 billion needed to begin construction on the massive vessel.
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