Daily Must-Reads

Sunday, March 26th

01 Positive Thinking

The secret to Bjarke Ingels's rapid rise to design stardom? Optimism. »

02

Supportive Space

A homeless youth shelter in Toronto offers a radical new model for social housing. »

Saturday, March 25th

01 Building Boom

China's smaller cities are seeking big-name architects to help put them on the map. »

02

Early Risers

Mid-century planning may be to blame for today's profusion of sleepy kids. »

Friday, March 24th

01 Globe Trekker

By matching artists with global travelers, a startup fuels unlikely collaborations. »

02

Office Romance

Millennials' ideal workplace has plenty of variety—and a great kitchen. »

Thursday, March 23rd

01 Man's Best Friend

Celebrate National Puppy Day with six high-design homes where dogs reign supreme. »

02

Architecture Amalgams

One artist’s surrealistic collages unite contrasting elements of the built environment. »

Wednesday, March 22nd

01 Uncharted Territory

Denmark will receive its first purpose-built architecture school in 2020. »

02

Hadid's Heights

Zaha Hadid Architects’ second NYC building may rise 1,400 feet on 5th Avenue. »

Tuesday, March 21st

01 Green Design

The world’s tallest Passivhaus building will rise on NYC’s Roosevelt Island. »

02

Aesthetically Displeasing

Denver’s architects are decrying the city’s new proliferation of “ugly” buildings. »

Monday, March 20th

01 Great Lengths

Oiio has proposed the world's longest skyscraper for NYC's Billionaire's Row—aptly named "The Big Bend." »

02

Booted Out

After a global vote, Monopoly has replaced three iconic tokens with new designs. »

Sunday, March 19th

01 La La Land

Upscale amenities are altering Downtown L.A.'s urban fabric. »

02

Surreal Life

Thanks to changing political tides, surrealist design is returning to the limelight. »

Saturday, March 18th

01 Raise the Dead

Should architects focus on renovating rather than replacing old with new? »

02

Dream Team

Detroit's newest urban planners are carving out a fresh path forward for the Motor City. »