Bridges are often considered to belong to the engineer's realm rather than the architect's. But the architecture of infrastructure has a powerful impact on the environment.
The new Chilterns Gateway Centre is located on an exceptionally windy site at Bedfordshire's highest point, 798 feet above sea level.
Situated among the embankment walls that originally surrounded the arrow-shaped inner fort, thus merging with the rich history of the site.
Resembling an open book, the library's two main towers give a face to the previously undefined space.
166 Perry Street is an eight-story condominium building between the historic blocks of Perry Street and Charles Lane in the heart of the West Village, steps from the Hudson River and its verdant waterside park.