2016-10-28T11:01:26ZAn easy-to-follow introduction to Renaissance architecture in Italy and Europe, with resources for learning more.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZDoes all architecture derive from only three elements found in a primitive form? Explore Marc-Antoine Laugier's 18th century architectural theories.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZWhat is an Egyptian column? What is a Persian column? Learn about columns inspired by Egyptian motifs and those originating in ancient Persia (Iran).
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZTraveling to Italy? Make this your starting place for exploring the country's rich architecture, with plenty of links to more info.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZFranz Josef, emperor of Austria, was outraged when Adolf Loos built the stark Goldman and Salatsch Building directly across from the Imperial Palace.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZYou are searching for an architect. Where do you begin? What's your approach to architecture? Follow these steps to find your best design partner.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZA glass house designed by Mies van der Rohe was a bitter disappointment to a woman hoping for more. The Farnsworth House still stirs controversy.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZMichelangelo is not known for his architecture, but one scholar thinks he's the most radical of architects. Learn more about the Rebel of the Renaissance.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZTaliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright's grand desert experiment in Arizona, continues to grow and change. Learn about Wright's architecture.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZHistoric preservationists and environmentalists praise the values of Adaptive Reuse. But what is it? Find out, with examples from Europe to the US.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZReaders share pictures of their homes and question exterior house paint colors, including new ideas for this Brick Queen Anne Victorian, a 1906 charmer.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZModern architect Mies van der Rohe is famous for saying LESS IS MORE, but is that all? Read the influential quotations from this 20th century designer.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZPierre Charles L'Enfant was born in France on August 2, 1754, yet each day politicians in Washington, DC are influenced by his roundabouts.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZEvery year in August fans of the King of Rock 'n Roll go crazy during Elvis Week. We go a little crazy, too, when we visit the King's architecture.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZFind great books and other resources about one of the most influential architects of all time, Andrea Palladio.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZPediments can be found around the world throughout architectural history. Here's the basics about this Classical triangular architecturel.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZWhich architecture school is best? Find rankings from the latest DesignIntelligence report, America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZBelieving that less is more, Mies van der Rohe, born March 27, 1886, built rational, minimalist skyscrapers that set the standard for modernist design.
2016-10-28T11:01:26ZHow much will your building or remodeling project cost? Maybe less than you think! Here's how to cut costs without compromising comfort and beauty.