Travel+Leisure Magazine presents a gallery of "the world's strangest buildings", which it presents as sites "worth a detour."
Nov 20, 2011 Travel+Leisure
With the outsourcing business booming, Indian companies are building sexy new office towers with the goal of attracting the hottest software developers and consultants.
Jan 4, 2011 The New York Times
Eric Felton writes that buyers of splashy, starchitect-designed buildings are finding all too often that innovation in form leads to unforeseen structural problems.
Sep 28, 2010 The Wall St. Journal
This piece from <em>Business Week</em> lists the most anticipated architecture projects to watch in 2010.
Mar 9, 2010 Business Week
Even more so than usual, few people will be receiving buildings as gifts this season. They're too expensive, you can’t return them, and, notwithstanding Barbie’s Dream House, they probably won't fit under your tree. But still, this Yuletide affords ample opportunity to take stock of the works that have arisen in this most momentous of decades.
Dec 23, 2009 By
In this interview, Frank Gehry defends his record and balks at being called a "starchitect."
Dec 17, 2009 The Independent (UK)
The Nottingham Contemporary, a stark new museum building in London, exhibits none of the architectural excess of the past several years in contemporary architecture, says critic Tom Dyckhoff.
Nov 17, 2009 The Times Online
Can today's contemporary architects, schooled in modernism and invention, in fact incorporate the sort of green building materials and techniques that make a real difference? And does design really matter? Josh Stephens takes a look. Exclusive
Nov 1, 2009 By
The new Montreal Symphony Hall design is revealed. The architect states, 'We are not building for the ego of the architect, large as it might be.'
May 31, 2009 The Montreal Gazette
Many of the iconic structures designed by 'starchitects' are extravagant in their use of materials and the energy required to assemble them, writes Jack Diamond.
Mar 23, 2009 The Globe and Mail