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In 11 cities across Russia, the country has built and revamped 12 stadiums that each cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Let's take a look at the venues' architectural designs.
In a country that keeps so much under wraps, North Korean architecture ends up speaking volumes. Here's a look at some of the country's most fantastical buildings.
Thousands of mall-based stores — most recently Sears and Claire's — are closing around the US. Urbanism experts say they may transform into schools, gyms, food markets, and community centers.
The largest mall in the US is coming to Miami, and it will have a massive indoor water park and ice rink
Miami is building a $4 billion shopping and entertainment complex — called the American Dream — that will be even larger than the Mall of America and King of Prussia. As hundreds of malls close around the US, the American Dream mall could be a more viable model for retail developments in the future.
In the Chicago suburb of Waukegan, Illinois, the design firm JGMA converted an old Kmart into a bright blue-and-green high school. Before the transformation, the big-box store laid abandoned.
The American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2018 Housing Awards, considered one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of architecture. This year's competition features several types of homes.
The biotech company is best known for its synthetic spider silk with its new synthetic leather material, Mylo, also on the rise. In the past couple of years, Bolt Threads has partnered with brands such as Patagonia, Best Made and most recently iconic English fashion designer Stella McCartney.
Architecture firm Lazzarini Design Studio launched a crowdfunding campaign to build Wayaland, a city of 20 floating pyramids. Lazzarini is now enrolling "citizens" for the city.
According to a new dashcam video posted by a Lyft driver, Apple Park has a highly efficient system of turns, underground tunnels, and LED lighting. It's a little reminiscent of how airports direct traffic — fitting, given that the unofficial nickname for Apple Park is the "spaceship."
This home-building robot can lay more than 1,000 bricks an hour — and construct a home quicker than a human
According to developer Fastbrick Robotics, the Hadrian X robot can help build a small house by laying 1,000 bricks an hour. The company said its technology can improve safety, speed, and accuracy in home construction.