A design writer and self-confessed slob seeks transformation in a year of living minimally
For Diamond+Schmitt, winning an international competition to design a cultural centre in St. Petersburg was a blessing and a curse
Paul Merrick thinks Vancouver is finally outgrowing its architectural adolescence
Michael Reynolds’ quest for sustainable structures
The failed dream of Montreal’s Habitat ‘67.
Civic struggles and the public square: an appreciation
Out of the ashes of the World Trade Center comes a new vision for tall buildings in the contemporary world
How to construct a castle the medieval way: one hand-carved stone at a time.
Iconic architecture à la Daniel Libeskind has produced some extraordinary buildings. But what kinds of cities will it create?