Feb. 27 2008 7:02 AMBorrowed TimeHow do you build a public library in the age of Google?
Jan. 9 2008 7:32 AMThe New Home of the New York TimesIt's gray. And ladylike.
Dec. 12 2007 7:48 AMGarage MahalsArchitects turn their attention to the problem of parking.
Nov. 14 2007 7:34 AMBuilding a BrandHow architecture firms name themselves.
Oct. 3 2007 2:42 PMIn Praise of the Anti-IconArchitecture that succeeds without showing off.
Aug. 8 2007 7:35 AMThe Prefab FadPrefabrication is everywhere in American home-building. But that doesn't mean your next house is going to be a stylish, Modernist box.
July 5 2007 7:22 AMCars, Chairs, and Teapots, Oh My!An impressive exhibition of Modernist objects, and a missed opportunity to say something about Modernism, at the Corcoran Gallery.
Dec. 20 2007 4:49 PMCentral Park SouthChoosing the best design for a new park on New York's Governors Island.
April 18 2007 12:42 PMHow a Cornfield Became New DalevilleBuilding a town from scratch.
April 16 2007 11:45 AMWhy Do We Live in Houses, Anyway?A brief history of the home.
March 29 2007 7:29 AMStormin' Norman FosterWhat happens when an architect dreams up a boat?
Feb. 28 2007 7:17 AMSeaside RevisitedA model town, 25 years later.
Jan. 10 2007 6:35 AMFlushed With PrideHow the bathroom became America's latest status symbol.
Dec. 13 2006 12:34 AMTiffany, the ArchitectThe home designs of Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Nov. 1 2006 12:57 PMThe FirmWhat Skidmore, Owings & Merrill did for American architecture.
Jan. 30 2008 7:32 AMDon't Count Your Titanium Eggs Before They've HatchedWhy architects can't predict the future.
Dec. 26 2007 11:24 AMIt's Way Too Easy Being GreenThe decidedly dupable system for rating a building's greenness.
Nov. 21 2007 7:25 AMHow America Invented the HotelA history of hospitality.
Oct. 24 2007 11:19 AMWalking on AirThe joy of footbridges.
Sept. 10 2007 4:08 PMThe Spire of DublinA modern monument that points up what's wrong with the World Trade Center Memorial.
July 16 2007 5:31 PMGreen UnseenEnvironmentally friendly buildings don't need to look like cheese wedges.
June 20 2007 6:49 AMBuilder in ChiefFDR shaped the Pentagon. Why haven't more presidents taken an interest in architecture?
May 16 2007 12:56 PMSeattle's Best (and Worst)What happens when architecture pays attention to its surroundings (and when it doesn't).
April 17 2007 7:24 AMThe Ranch House AnomalyHow America fell in and out of love with them.
April 2 2007 1:16 PMA Prize for Mr. RogersWhy was the architect's Pritzker so long in coming?
March 14 2007 7:22 AMThe Usual SuspectsA new list of America's most popular buildings.
Jan. 26 2007 7:10 AMBig BoxA San Francisco museum reinvented.
Dec. 27 2006 6:06 AMThe Viennese MasterThe interiors of Josef Hoffmann.
Nov. 15 2006 12:54 PMThe GlossiesThe decline of architecture magazines.
Oct. 17 2006 2:12 PMThe San Francisco ParadoxWhen good cities have bad architecture.