Architecture News

Though Beloved, Midcentury Modern Houses Are Vanishing

The sudden demolition of Marcel Breuer’s influential 1945 Geller House is symptomatic of the larger trend of disappearing midcentury modern homes and the informal lifestyles they promoted.

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Call for Applications Opens for the U.S. Pavilion at Venice’s 2023 Architecture Biennale

The competition to create the U.S. Pavilion at next year’s architecture biennale is open only to non profits and educational organizations.

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Helmut Jahn’s Final Tower Rises in Chicago

After the pandemic shuttered construction on the late architect's project in the spring of 2020, the 805-foot tall luxury apartment tower is now on track for completion by 2024.

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Discover Visual Comfort's New Collaboration with Paloma Contreras

The Texan designer is giving timeless classics a modern-day twist

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