The 2017 Pritzker Prize -- architecture's equivalent of the Nobel prize -- has been awarded to Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta.
Although most famous leaning towers are historical structures, even modern buildings can start to list -- and it's a difficult problem to fix.
Spend five minutes in humid Ho Chi Minh City and you'll probably be running for cover into the nearest air-conditioned refuge.
Imagine living in a house that follows the direction of the sun when it's hot.
Imagine a world where huge cities could be created with the click of a button.
They may be in opposite corners of the globe, but Hong Kong, Sydney and Vancouver are the 3 most expensive housing markets in 2017, a new report finds.
Alan Marshall's Ecotopia 2121 project predicts the futures of 100 real cities around the world, if they manage to become super eco-friendly.
Over the last eight years, while the world has experienced one crisis after the next, we have witnessed a period of significant innovation in our approach to public spaces; one that will have long-lasting impacts on our everyday lives.
As Asian cities continue to battle air pollution, eco-friendly solutions are on the rise -- and this twisted skyscraper is one of them.
Open Platform for Architecture (OPA) is breaking conventions by building into the earth, rather than above it.
While many religious buildings have historically been opulent and grand, the most moving and attractive new places of worship are notably modest.
Would you like to eat dinner, drink a cocktail or even go to bed in a toilet cubicle?
The race to the top has just gotten tighter, with two rising mega-towers in the Middle East battling to become the world's tallest.
Slick, glassy skyscrapers cast their shadows over the streets and spaces of cities all over the world. But the high-rises of the future are departing from tradition.
If you're looking to hole up in the middle of nowhere, there's a hut in a box for that.
Architecture in the Highlands is unshackling itself from the past and opening itself up to modernity -- and the region's stunning vistas.
There was a time when it seemed like blueprints, dreams, and raw concrete could change the world.
Tucked away in a residential corner of south-east London, Blackheath Park is neither well signposted nor easily located on a map.