The museum will tell the history of American public housing in a remnant of a 1930s public housing complex on Chicago’s Near West Side.
Oklahoma City’s new Scissortail Park is a serious investment in the public realm, paid for by the city’s special sales tax for capital projects, called MAPS.
Chicago Architecture Biennial participants are focused less on physical buildings than on laying the foundations of an overtly political approach to design.
Skender believes it can shave time and costs off the standard construction process, resulting in more affordable housing.
A new program in Los Angeles seeks to finance and build accessory dwellings for homeowners who agree to rent them to Section 8 voucher-holders.
A school at the University of Chicago is opening itself up to the South Side through public policy and architecture, with help from Theaster Gates.
The design school at Chicagoâ€™s IIT is a direct descendant of the Bauhaus. Its slick new building is, in some ways, everything the Bauhaus was not.
An exhibition at the Elmhurst Art Museum shows how the Bauhaus was defined by its conflicting ideologies.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s decision to step down may give critics of the library plan more time and room to negotiate.
St. Louis’ Gateway Arch once stood in splendid isolation. A new $380-million renovation of its grounds brings it closer to downtown.