The Villa Aurora in Rome, a sprawling 16th-century palace, was listed on the market for a starting price of $534 million but will need an estimated $11 million in restorations.
Most readers spend a lot of time happily immersed in words. But for a change of pace, these gorgeous art books provide hours of blissful visual diversion.
The money will be used to complete a long-delayed renovation the museum's Modern Wing and comes from philanthropist Oscar Tang, a museum trustee, and his wife Agnes Hsu-Tang.
Julie Bargmann, the first recipient of the Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize, redesigns waste dumps, landfills, Superfund sites — places she calls "the gnarliest."
The almost 40-foot bridge, revealed last month, will now serve pedestrians and cyclists in Amsterdam's city center.
Artist Matthew Mazzotta says every community needs public spaces to gather, discuss, and address issues. He works with towns to reimagine overlooked buildings and give them a new public purpose.
Altuna stealthily shaped the consumer landscape for decades, designing stores for The Gap, Pottery Barn, Patagonia, Restoration Hardware, Williams Sonoma and many more.
The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts meets today to review designs for all kinds of American cultural symbols. It's the first such meeting for four new commissioners recently appointed by President Biden.
On Tuesday afternoon, President Biden announced four new appointees to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, replacing four commissioners appointed by former President Donald Trump.
The retractable wooden stage will offer visitors a view of the ancient arena not seen since the nineteenth century, when archaeologists removed its floor to reveal the elaborate structures underneath.
The record-breaking bridge measures roughly 1,692 feet long and is suspended more than 570 feet above a rushing river. Officials in the town of Arouca called it "frighteningly beautiful."
They're majestic. They're neglected. And now they're slowly being fixed up. Conservationists are preserving them — and officials hope the fountains will supply free water for the city's impoverished.
Back in 2015, Chicago's Englewood neighborhood was lined with blocks of houses tagged for demolition. Before they were torn down, artist Amanda Williams used color to bring them back to life.
Often referred to as the "Nobel Prize of Architecture," this year's Pritzker was awarded to Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, a design pair who emphasize reuse and equitable housing.
The scenes that have played out in India's financial capital this year with COVID-19 bear a striking resemblance to what life was like when the bubonic plague hit more than a century ago.