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A Brutal End For Brutalism?
The contentious architectural style might be on its way out. But what might we miss when we appreciate architecture for just its appearance?
Reject The Plan: The Defiant Curves Of The Ordos Museum
Sometimes, planning can suck all the fun out of things. These architects responded to that truth accordingly in this flowing design.
Life Inside A Tiny Parisian Apartment
Would you be willing to put up with 86 square feet of space if it meant living in Paris? Watch the video and see the ample rewards of this "tiny" lifestyle.
Robert Bruno’s Home With A Snout
It only took 23 years and 110 tons of steel for Robert Bruno's dream home in Lubbock, Texas to come into being.
A Constellation Of Temples Composes Bagan, Myanmar
As Bagan's design suggests, there's no better to way signify cultural and political dominance than by erecting thousands of religious shrines.
Inside The New Addition To New York’s Mass Transit System
In New York, mass transit systems tend to take more time than they save. Thankfully, for those living on Manhattan's east side that is about to change.
Brutalism: Brusque, Ugly And Totally Functional
Hitting its stride from the 1950s to the 1970s, brutalism presented an architecture that preferred strength and function to visually pleasing form.
Façadism: Proof That Compromise Does (Or Doesn’t) Work
Can you bring together two architectural styles to form one coherent piece? That's what designers in Valparaiso, Chile seem to think.
The Weird And Wonderful Houses Of Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda was a man who practiced what he preached. He embraced the odd in all facets of life, be it his prose or interior design. These homes prove it.
Alejandro Duran Turns Trash Into An Incredible Art Project
It's hard to believe that multimedia artist Alejandro Duran took trash from 50 different countries, and turned it into this incredible art project.
Your Dream Home Is Actually In Lima, Peru
Architectural firm Domenack Arquitectos have played with space and enclosures to generate the perfect, open home for Peruvian climates.