Josephine Minutillo

February 22, 2012

Q+A with Thomas Heatherwick

The cutting-edge British designer talks about thinking small while building big, re-creating the London bus, and why every project should feel like a new invention
January 9, 2012

Ricardo Legorreta’s Legacy

To honor the late Mexican architect, AD looks back on his career and presents a portfolio of his residential projects that were featured in the magazine's pages
December 23, 2011

Q+A with Steven Holl

The New York architect talks about the persistent joys of designing houses, and how art and music influence his creative process
December 5, 2011

Big, Bold, and Buzz-Worthy Buildings in 2012

AD spotlights a dozen showstopping architectural projects around the world that people will be talking about this year, and beyond
August 29, 2011

The Ten Most Significant Memorial Buildings

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center opens on the tenth anniversary of the attacks on the United States. Like other well-known memorials, the fountains designed by architect Michael Arad in the footprints of the twi...
August 1, 2011

The Ten College Campuses with the Best Architecture

(Slide Show) Some universities have long shown off their innovative thinking (and healthy endowments) by mixing classic collegiate styles with modernist icons—think Harvard, Yale, or MIT. Some seem only grudgingly to allow contemporary architectu...