"Architecture is not just an object that you place in the environment," Wang Shu explains in this interview with Louisiana Channel
A visit with Yves Behar, the Swiss-born designer and entrepreneur at his impeccable home in San Francisco
English architect and Georgian era enthusiast John Simpson reflects on bridging past and future in a new profile by Australian director Max Hemmings
Rising from the landscape in a place rich with materiality and history sits architect Dorte Mandrup’s new Wadden Sea Centre.
In this film, Chibi Moku explore the design of Kunst in Weidingen with Anja Axt of Axt Architekten. They explore it's rationalistic style, intended use ...
In this film, we look at the first Platinum Leed certified renovation of a historic Carnegie Library located in Athol, Massachusetts
LOHA collaborated with filmmakers Spirit of Space to highlight Amplified Urbanism as a creative process that begins in the studio ...
Buildings that meet the Passive House standard use 80% less energy for heating and cooling than conventional buildings
Genre-blurring vocalist Gaika teams up with director collective Factory Fifteen for a dreamlike world tour of the urban experience
It was supposed to be another ordinary additions project. The school for gifted students with learning differences was choking under the weight ...
With a one-acre piazza at its heart, open to the sky and graced with trees, City Center brings to San Ramon a public place at once welcoming and entertaining
Part of a Iconic Norway, the film is a time lapse journey thru Norway´s most beautiful contemporary architecture.
24 meters above sea level, with a view of Copenhagen’s harbour, sits a bright red playground atop a car park – a building that transforms our understanding of public space
A Concrete Life is Charles Derenne’s stunning ode to the architecture of Paris and Île de France, soundtracked by the project Derenne: 1982
“If you took the whole world and collapsed it into one little ball, you’d find it here, in this city.” Daniel Libeskind gives tribute to his city ...
Originally built to house over 7,000 people, the Aylesbury estate in South East London was one of largest housing projects in Europe when completed in the 1970s
Adrienne Brown’s forthcoming book The Black Skyscraper teaches us how early “sky-scrapers” shifted our perception of race in America
Sitting on one of the most sought out pieces of property in Palm Beach, this home overlooks the ocean and takes it's inspiration from the elements