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Snøhetta Is Set to Bring an Iconic European Building Into the 21st Century

The legendary firm was selected from 54 competition entries to renovate the Centre Monnaie/Muntcentrum, a 1970s building located in the heart of Brussels → Read More

This Innovative Tokyo Home Was Designed to Mimic a Forest

Japenese architect Suzuko Yamada recalled a trip to Africa and the improvised architecture of nature for the inspiration in her striking three-story design → Read More

The Memorial for Hurricane Maria Has Been Revealed

After receiving 120 submissions, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the winners to be Puerto Rican architect Segundo Cardona and artist Antonio Martorell → Read More

This Sleek Building Is Actually a Nuclear Reactor

Located in Idaho, this nuclear power plant will provide emission-free energy when it's completed in two or three years → Read More

National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., Completes Renovations

While the building is ready for the public, it’s been closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak → Read More

Britain’s Best 100 Buildings of the Past Century

Notable architects such as Sir Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, and Ivan Harbour give their picks in a new book → Read More

7 Examples of Centuries-Old Design That Combat Climate Change

A new book by Taschen studies the methods of 20 indigenous populations, from Iraq to Tanzania, that best show how humans can live in harmony with nature → Read More

Herzog & de Meuron Unveils a Beautiful Design for a Roadside Chapel

The firm wanted to create a forward-thinking structure for public use that was inspired by the surrounding Swiss landscape → Read More

How to Clean a Rug: Area Rugs, Oriental Rugs, and More

Wondering how to clean a rug? A good area rug cleaning will bring all your floor coverings back to life in no time. Discover exactly how to do it yourself! → Read More

Cyclists in Belgium Can Now Bike Above the Forest and Through a Lake

Cycling Through the Trees is a new route that allows cyclists to ride through a park featuring a 19th-century castle, an open-air museum, an arboretum, a nature reserve, and a historic pond → Read More

Temporary Floating Hotels Soon Will Be Coming to Qatar

As Qatar prepares to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, it is doubling the number of hotel rooms and guest apartments in the country to help accommodate the influx of fans → Read More

IKEA Bans Cars at This New Store

Located in Austria, the soon-to-be-completed store will be the company’s first with no parking spots, in tandem with its pledge to reduce more greenhouse gases than it emits by 2030 → Read More

Paris's Musée d’Orsay Hires Its First Instagram Artist-in-Residence

Once a week, illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme will take over take over the d’Orsay’s social media with the goal of helping younger audiences feel more connected to older artists → Read More

8 Incredible AD100-Designed Homes That Are Now For Sale

From a grand New York penthouse to a modern Colorado retreat, each residence comes with an impressive design pedigree → Read More

Why Architect Mario Botta Is Having a Major Moment

At 76, the global powerhouse—celebrated for his stunning sacred buildings—is the subject of a new documentary → Read More

Japan’s Vending Machine Designs Are Like No Other Country’s

A London-based photographer traveled to Japan to not only showcase the attention-grabbing vending machines but how their designs are so integrated into the culture → Read More

Why Design Lovers Are Obsessed With Holiday Magazine

The travel bible—America’s first—was a printed playground of work by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Slim Aarons, Ludwig Bemelmans, E.B. White, Truman Capote, Joan Didion, and many others → Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Designed Home Will Go to Auction

The Norman Lykes House, or Circular Sun House, was designed by Wright in 1959 and is located at the edge of the Phoenix Mountain preserve in Arizona → Read More

How to Remove Wallpaper (Easily!)

Learn how to remove wallpaper and start transforming your walls and your entire space (with instructions for peelable, strippable and traditional wallpaper)! → Read More

Jeremiah Brent's Office: The Designer Gives AD PRO a Tour of His New Los Angeles Studio

With the airy new office outfitted in the designer's signature style, Jeremiah Brent sees his company continuing to expand and change → Read More