• Gimme shelter: how are architects tackling homelessness?

    Designs for high-end housing and bespoke home extensions are ten a penny in the architecture world, but what are today’s practices doing to address the homelessness crisis? From temporary housing and modular pods to a digital platform tackling bureaucratic boundaries, we look at the innovative designs developed by architects for those without homes

  • Technicolor Dream – Selgascano’s Serpentine Pavilion

    For the Serpentine Galleries’ 15th annual summer pavilion, Madrid practice selgascano has created a kaleidoscopic, chrysalis-like structure drawing inspiration from the constant, chaotic movement of London and the various unique structures that have previously stood on the Galleries’ lawn

  • Barclays Center, by AECOM

    AECOM was sports architect and architect of record for Barclays Center, the sports and entertainment destination home to the NBA Brooklyn Nets and future home of the NHL New York Islanders.

  • 2013 Serpentine Pavilion

    The 2013 Serpentine Pavilion brought together Sou Fujimoto, the youngest architect to design the installation, and AECOM, a new engineer and technical consultant for the pavilion.