Architecture

Part funny, part amusing, and part just plain cool, goat towers are vertical structures with winding ramps that goats love to climb. They are also are “an idea whose time has come” according to a recent article in Modern Farmer.
3 days ago   Modern Farmer
A controversial billboard for new condos at a construction site outrages residents.
Jul 30, 2006   The New York Times
Three-dimensional "intelligent models" are helping to build high-profile projects around the world that embrace sustainable design.
Jul 28, 2006   Forbes
Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas puts a new spin on convention center design.
Jul 27, 2006   The New Yorker
Nation's fastest growing master-planned community is also one of its most insulted writes Stephanie Simon.
Jul 26, 2006   By Abhijeet Chavan
The Algiers Casbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is collapsing with little political will to save it.
Jul 26, 2006   The New York Times
A new, sustainably-built home seeks produce as much energy as it consumes.
Jul 26, 2006   The Oregonian
The number of new homes with porches increased has nationwide over the past 10 years.
Jul 26, 2006   The Daily News
Approved twin towers at the base of the San Francisco entrance to the Bay Bridge are designed to withstand earthquakes and hurricane gales.
Jul 25, 2006   The San Francisco Chronicle
With the proliferation of home-design software, such as Google's Sketch Up, homeowners are designing their own plans, often times saving thousands of dollars in architect fees. But general contractors are leery of this new found enthusiasm.
Jul 25, 2006   The Wall Street Journal
While working on plans for a new town in Inverness, Scotland, famed architect and town planner Andres Duany has assured critics and supporters alike that whatever is planned for Moray Estates will not resemble Seaside.
Jul 25, 2006   The Scotsman