In 1993, Nunavut Agreement gave the Inuit a large swath of land in Canada's largest Aboriginal land claim settlement. After 30 years, a heritage center honoring Inuit culture is finally taking shape. While the agreement had always called for a heritage center, it's only now that this important space to preserve artifacts and traditions is moving forward. In an exciting development, the Danish architecture studio Dorte Mandrup won the international competition to design the center.
Circular Exhibition Center in Shanghai Wrapped in Undulating Staircase Inspired by Chinese Moon Bridges
Heatherwick Studio is adding its creative touch to Shanghai's West Bund waterfront by designing a large exhibition space that is...
Located in New Orleans, the National WWII Museum focuses on the contributions that America made to the Allied victory in...
Five architectural firms have submitted a concept for a potential National Museum of the U.S. Navy and the results are striking. Frank Gehry Partners and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) are just two of the heavy hitters who were selected by the Navy to submit a concept after 80 firms initially showed interest in the project.
Though their proposal didn't win the competition, Kengo Kuma and Associates and K-Studio created a memorable design for the expansion...
Clad in white terracotta tiles, the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA)
A cultural landmark of France and a world-renowned institution, no trip to Paris is complete without a visit to the Louvre. With over 7,500 paintings and approximately 38,000 objects, this 15-acre complex is a destination for every art and history lover. And while many are familiar with the Louvre as the home of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, there is a lot more to unpack about the structure's long, storied past.
The recently released design for the new Sanxingdui Ancient Shu Cultural Heritage Museum is almost as mysterious as the stories...
A unique art museum design has opened its doors in Northern China.
The Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam is a highly anticipated project by Netherlands-based architecture firm MVRDV. Branded as the world’s first publicly accessible art depot, the structure will store 151,000 pieces from the nearby Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. The new station means that, unlike most museums where a large portion of the collection remains in storage, the entire body of artwork can be enjoyed by the public. The building is 130 feet (39.5 meters)
In the historic city center of Prague, a famed cultural monument is undergoing a modern transformation.
The First Americans Museum (FAM) in Oklahoma City is now officially open to the public.