After breaking ground in October 2016, Dubai Creek Tower is on the up.
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China may be home to both the longest and highest bridges in the world, but neither is as pioneering as the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge. Built during China's tumultuous Cultural Revolution, the double-decked bridge was considered groundbreaking when it was unveiled in 1968.
A common and yet overlooked material, brick has stood its ground since 7500 BC.
In a controversial opinion editorial published by design magazine Dezeen last month, Dorte Mandrup made a bold declaration.
French billionaire François Pinault has big ambitions for Paris' former stock exchange -- and he's enlisted Tadao Ando to realize them. The luxury goods tycoon has tasked the Japanese architect with transforming the storied Bourse de Commerce building into a new 32,000-square-foot gallery and exhibition space for his collection of contemporary art.
Details of new London workplace concept Twentytwo have been revealed, and it's wooing thrill-seeking entrepreneurs with the city's first ever 'climbing window.'
Rising like the Emerald City is a building that will not only dwarf the world's tallest skyscraper -- the Burj Khalifa in Dubai -- but double its height.
Google has released designs for a new 11-story, 1 million-square-foot headquarters behind London's King's Cross railway station, complete with a rooftop garden.