The company commissioned a team of artists to make miniature versions of the homes they rent.
A photographer offers a host of new ideas, set to piano music.
Is this really necessary?
Bold projects, like Zaha Hadid's stadium in Qatar, have to be ready for nasty nicknames.
Delicious candy architecture.
Capitalism, not in moderation.
"Everything needs to actually be 'architected'," says the hip-hop artist.
It's 400 feet tall, and sunlight-responsive.
At an "official" height of 1,776 feet, the new skyscraper supplants Chicago's Willis Tower.
The headquarters of the Communist Party's official newspaper is getting a golden coating in preparation for its debut.
Voters will decide whether or not they want Harris County to put up $217 million in bonds to turn it into a convention facility.
The interior design is, as expected, wonderfully minimalist.
Are designers preoccupied with making artistic statements rather than spaces where people would actually want to be?
Fifty years after its destruction, the iconic building is gone but not forgotten.
Ultimately, Apple's spaceship campus will be a legacy.
A "gift" sold in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, because of course.
The new headquarters of the People's Daily is only the latest example of the capital's unusual architecture.
A Star Destroyer from George Lucas's fevered imagination, perhaps?
How to design disaster-proof places where people would actually want to live.