Architecture

Build them and we will come: Year ahead in architecture

Build them and we will come: Year ahead in architecture

With spectacular new skyscrapers set to rise over Europe and Asia, 2015 looks like an exciting year for new buildings
Show goes on as defiant Paris opens glitzy new Philharmonic

Show goes on as defiant Paris opens glitzy new Philharmonic

Just days after deadly attacks, French capital remembers victims at opening of prestigious new music venue
Tokyo Station: 100 years of trains, tourism and secret tunnels

Tokyo Station: 100 years of trains, tourism and secret tunnels

The rail gateway to Japan's capital celebrates its centennial this month. We're celebrating with 10 wild facts about Tokyo's top traffic hub
6 ways to do Nepal minus the mountains

6 ways to do Nepal minus the mountains

Step aside Mount Everest, this mountain country is home to cool cafes, crazy drinks and ancient Buddhist tradition
'Ocean Spiral' proposed as giant underwater city

'Ocean Spiral' proposed as giant underwater city

This is what you get if you cross Atlantis with screenplay for Kevin Costner's 1995 hit movie "Waterworld"
Beijing set to take aim at 'weird buildings'

Beijing set to take aim at 'weird buildings'

Chinese official says authorities will take a greater role in influencing the aesthetics of new structures
London approves $275 million Garden Bridge across Thames

London approves $275 million Garden Bridge across Thames

Ambitious landmark will feature a series of balconies that its designer says are inspired by "Titanic" movie
World's most impressive metro stations

World's most impressive metro stations

These quirky and beautiful subway stops make standing cheek-to-cheek with 45 strangers almost seem fun
6 ugliest buildings in Britain nominated

6 ugliest buildings in Britain nominated

Shortlist announced for annual award for (dis)services to architecture -- have you seen worse?
'No weird buildings': The end for Chinese architectural ambitions?

'No weird buildings': The end for Chinese architectural ambitions?

President's call for fewer ostentatious structures could quash China's recent enthusiasm for incredible-looking buildings
'Sci-fi food hall' opens in Netherlands

'Sci-fi food hall' opens in Netherlands

It may look like a gateway across time and space crafted with alien technology, but in reality it's a fruit and vegetable market