Architecture doesn't need to be complicated, says David Chipperfield
The British architect describes his approach to designing The Bryant, his first New York residential tower.
COBE transforms Copenhagen grain silo into apartment block with faceted facades
Galvanised-steel panels form faceted balconies and window surrounds on the exterior of this former grain-storage silo in Copenhagen.
Is it dangerous to recreate flawed human morality in machines?
In developing an ethical algorithm for self-driving cars, we must assess the pivotal aspects of human and machine morality
The V&A’s £55m Exhibition Road Quarter
Stirling Prize-winner Amanda Levete has given London an enticing new outdoor space as part of her transformation of the V&A – the largest intervention at the museum for over 100 years.
How you will buy your house in 2025: drones, virtual reality and big data
With a vast amount of data at our fingertips even now – the future of house buying is about to change dramatically.
Airbnb’s Open Homes platform hopes to house 100,000 displaced people
People around the world can now offer their homes to refugees, homeless people and victims of natural disasters for free as part of Airbnb’s Open Homes initiative.
An ode to Buenos Aires' Brutalism
Celebrating the city’s unsung concrete landmarks
If architects designed a sci-fi future, it would look like this
The Blank Space competition challenges designers to imagine landscapes for an alternative reality
AI is hurtling forwards like a rocket but no one is behind the controls
Progress has been made into understanding the risks of artificial intelligence, but programmer and physicist Jaan Tallinn says funding available to further the field is still minuscule