In a bold move, the revered Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture revealed a new field of specialization: architectural humor. This marks an unusual development on an unlikely campus. IIT was the showplace and professional home o...
More and more often, host cities choose Olympic architecture designed to have a second life. The Rio 2016 Olympics featured two great examples. The modularly built handball arena now supplies the building materials for 4 separate urban schools. The 2...
Vancouver's most controversial new home has been described as ugly, hideous, and downright unneighborly. Its steel-cube design in the luxurious Point Grey area of Vancouver has polarized local residents who have referred to the house as a "concrete b...
"I was surprised when it didn't all grow back!", Hollywood heart- throb Brad Pitt explained while catching a glimpse of himself for the hundredth time in the hallway mirror. "I look like a friar in one of those old eroll flynn movies" cried brad as...
by Frank Lloyd Wright
In the effort to make New York City the most modern of all cosmopolitan urban centers in the world, the Empire State Building is set to be demolished this coming March.
Too, the uber modern, Museum...
Harfold State College will add a new art history/religion course to its offerings in the fall semster. Entitled "Ugly Churches only Jesus could love," the course is designed to focus on sorry attempts to please the Lord by building something modern.
Cucumber's are getting a lot of bad press lately given the e-coli scare in Germany. However, an unlikely voice has come to the defence of the under fire 'Cucumber'
Probably, the most recognisable building in London's Financial district, 30 St Mary...
Hoping to shift attention away from her inability to hang on to a man, or her no-longer- bankable, one dimensional characters on film, Jennifer Aniston will instead be featuring her new Beverly Hills home in the next edition of Architectural Digest m...
CALCUTTA - Architectural Digest, the premier lifestyles magazine, is featuring the Black Hole of Calcutta in this month's edition.
"We wanted to do a spread on 19th century life, especially in the Third World" explained Paige Smith, editor in chi...
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