By Kristin Miller
While more and more people are living alone, the costs of rent and real estate are soaring. So cities like New York and Vancouver are trying to get the most out of some of the apartment space they do have,…
By Molly Finnegan
While copying architectural styles is as old as architecture itself, China has done it on an unprecedented scale and speed.
By Online DA
Oscar Niemeyer, the architect who shaped Brazil's futuristic capital city Brasilia in the 1950s and '60s with his bold, often-voluptuous structures died Wednesday in Rio De Janeiro. He was 104.
By Saskia de Melker
As the climate continues to change, scientists are predicting more precipitation, flooding and rising seas across the globe. In response, there is a growing movement in architecture and design to create homes and other buildings that would allow people to…
This week, the Golden Gate Bridge turns 75, and news outlets across the country, including the PBS NewsHour, are covering the anniversary. The first cars crossed the 1.7-mile bridge on May 27, 1937, when hundreds of thousands…
I've been driving over the Golden Gate Bridge all my life and nearly every day for the past 40 years. Often, the drive is exhilarating, especially when there are boats in San Francisco Bay. Sometimes, particularly on foggy mornings, it's…
Kansas City Hopes to Boost Economy, Energy with Moshe Safdie's Arts Center…
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