They don't go to the floor or the ceiling. And what’s with the gaps on either side of the door?
We can't help but wonder if this man actually has an accent or he's just affecting one to put on airs.
The 800-year-old Sé Velha de Coimbra is the only surviving Romanesque cathedral in Portugal, and it's being slowly devoured by a type of black mold that scientists say has never been seen before.
No. More. Open. Offices.
While the omnipresence of vacant pools is particular to the Golden State, other forms of architecture are being repurposed elsewhere around the United States. In St. Louis, Missouri, one church has been converted into a private skate park, providing a sanctuary for skaters in the Midwestern city.
To build a fleet of giant airliners requires a building just as big. Boeing's Everett Factory, built to construct the famous 747, is the biggest enclosed structure in the world.
This thrifty couple can go bird-watching from the comfort of their couch.
A new exhibit at the National Building Museum traces the architectural and cultural history of these stunning places killed off by technology and urban renewal.
And the best thing is that it's all achieved with only primitive tools and manpower.
Harvard's newly completed "HouseZero" was designed to take existing architecture and upgrade it with 100 percent natural ventilation, 100 percent natural daylight and zero carbon emissions.
But our favorite bits are honestly the dog sculptures with plants as heads and the fireplace that has "FIRE" spelled on it.
Fast Company?asked the New York-based?Architecture Research Office to imagine what Bezos's New York will look like. Their answer? A city turned into a giant fulfillment center.
The stones and the inscriptions on them seem to be designed for people living in a post-apocalyptic future.
Fashionable minimalism replaced plush opulence. That's a recipe for commotion.
The garage is a symbol of suburbia, a site of rebellion and a very strange room.
We need to design homes for our lives, not our stuff.
Concrete isn't going away anytime soon, but we can engineer it to store more carbon
A new breed of accessibility apps can make life easier for people with disabilities. They can also make it harder.
Why we’re obsessed with stairways to nowhere
Early works of Modernist architecture were often inspired by clean, bright sanatoria for patients with TB.
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