August 3, 2011 Just 28 inches at its narrowest point (and four feet at the widest), Etgar Keret's home in Warsaw might be the skinniest home in the world.
July 14, 2011 From kitchenware to office parks, the Space Age left a sleekly modern mark on the country's landscape and imagination. As the space shuttle soars through the firmament for the very last time, we appreciate some landmarks of futuristic, outer space-inspired architecture.
July 1, 2011 After years of contentious litigation, Albert Barnes' art collection, which includes hundreds of paintings by Matisse, Picasso and others, is moving from its longtime home in Merion, Pa., to downtown Philadelphia. Whether separating the art from the building is a good idea depends on whom you ask.
April 12, 2011 Imagine a sleek new Hoover Dam or a pollution-fighting skyscraper. Those things aren't too far-fetched for designers in a recent architecture contest.
March 1, 2011 Mark Rothko didn't live to see the tranquil Houston chapel filled with his art — he committed suicide a year before it opened. But for the past 40 years, the sanctuary has served as a space for personal contemplation, interfaith dialogue and action for human rights.