Architecture News

March 2024 Editor’s Letter

As the demand for tall buildings endures, new considerations of form and function will have to emerge.

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Tower at Eliel Saarinen-Designed First Christian Church Soars Again After $3.2 Million Restoration

Completed in 1942, the National Historic Landmark–designated site in Columbus, Indiana, is considered one of the first Modernist churches in the U.S.

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In Munich, a Skyline-Shaping 1980s High-Rise Gets a Climate-Efficient Upgrade

Overseen by HENN, the two-phase renovation of the landmark-listed HVB headquarters was executed with surgical precision and a keen eye toward energy efficiency and waste reduction.

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Twin Skyscrapers in Dubai Break a Mold, and a World Record Too

One Za'abeel—designed by Japan's oldest architecture firm, Nikken Sekkei—raises the bar in a city full of pastiche towers.

logo.png  By IG  Mar 1, 2024