The Prince Hall Masonic Lodge in Atlanta's Sweet Auburn Historic District housed the headquarters for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) that included Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s office from 1963 to his assassination in 1968. The building is now being restored.
The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace's preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.
A new book argues that the arts have a role to play in shaking up the status quo in the American health care system and creating 'desperately needed culture change.'
Deep in a forest in the Burgundy region, a group of enthusiasts is building a castle the medieval way — no motorized machines included.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are considered "outstanding works of human genius." There are just 24 in the U.S., including the Statue of Liberty and the Grand Canyon.
The Historic Preservation Commission says the buildings, including the Campbell funeral parlor that serves Black Savannahians, have "contributing status."
From more air circulation to well stacked pantries, JPMorgan Chase and BNP Paribas are seeking to make the office a draw at a time when work-from-home is becoming commonplace.
When fire engulfed the Paris landmark in 2019, the intricate maze of medieval beams supporting the roof fell to the cathedral floor. Experts are working to restore the church by the end of 2024.
"It's very hard to narrow the list," says the Chief Preservation Officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The 2023 list includes a gas station, an artist studio and two Chinatowns.
The building's white marble design drew inspiration from the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
In the wake of ongoing school shootings, architects are designing schools to minimize risk and increase student connection.
Pascale Sablan was told she'd never become an architect because she's Black and a woman. Now she works for one of the world's top firms and she wants more people who look like her to join the field.
The British architect is known for his crisp, understated, elegant work. "He enhances the quality of people's lives through a poetic sensation that always flows from his buildings," the jury said.
The Uruguayan-born architect died unexpectedly this week from an aneurysm, his New York-based firm said. He was 78.
Unlike Germany, which after World War II underwent a rigorous de-Nazification effort, pride, rather than shame, is the emotion many Italians feel for the symbols of the country's fascist past.