This lovely scene from Tasmania shows an abandoned hydroelectric plant in the middle of Lake St. Clair. The structure has been given a new lease of life, and is now a hotel – an amazing-looking one at that. Read more >
Yesterday saw the announcement of the Architzer A+ Awards, showcasing smart and simple architecture in everyday life. Let's take a look at a few of the favourites from the worlds of urbanism and transportation. Read More >>
This enormous, cathedral-like building is the main water tank of the Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel facility in Tokyo, which is the world’s largest underground flood diversion facility. Read More >>
It almost never rains in Lima, the capital city of Peru, making it especially vulnerable to water shortages. The surprising solution might be reviving a system of ancient canals that date back to even before the Incas.
In this month’s New York Review Of Books, Martin Filler has a thorough examination of the trend in skyscraper apartment blocks, and the factors behind the remarkable takeoff in building height and price.