Battle for the Bears: A Look at the Plans Proposed for New Chicago Bears Stadium
The Chicago Bears have called Soldier Field home since 1971. However, ongoing discussions about the future viability of the stadium have escalated to new heights recently. The stadium holds only 61,500 fans, which is the smallest...
Parliaments of the World: Designing the Architecture of Government
The architecture of a nation's government is often a significant piece of its pride and heritage. This is especially true of many legislative or parliamentary buildings since they often represent the very seat of modern governmen...read more
Calatrava's Reimagined St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Opens at Ground Zero
Twenty-one years since it was destroyed during the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine is open once more. St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church wa...read more
The Penthouse at Central Park Tower: The One Above All Else
Twenty-three rooms, seven bedrooms, nine-and-a-half baths, three floors, and 17,545 square feet -- that’s what $250 million can get you in New York City’s most prized apartment complex: Central Park Tower. Conveniently located o...read more
Designing the Stadiums of the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Qatar, the controversial host site of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, has seen stunning stadiums being built across the landscape in recent months. The middle Eastern nation has been the subject of speculation for years about hosting t...read more
SOM Unveils Designs for Singapore's Tallest Skyscraper
The Achitecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has revealed its design for 8 Shenton Way, a supertall skyscraper in Singapore standing at 1,000 feet. Expected to be completed in 2028, the 63-story mixed-use development w...read more
Rooftop Gardens: How Much Impact do Green Roofs Actually Have?
Rooftop gardens are quickly gaining popularity across the globe, with traditional landscape design becoming innovated – and elevated. Adding green spaces has always been a solution to livening up the otherwise potentially sterile...read more