The founder of Houston’s Project Row Houses is a pioneer in social-practice art.
Bauhaus-inspired architects built their domestic visions in Lexington and on Cape Cod.
A public interest movement redefines architecture.
Renovation will include a five-story addition to Gore Hall.
Design becomes a hands-on “study of culture itself” in the undergraduate architecture studies track.
As debates continue over divestment, Harvard events highlight progress on campus sustainability and climate research.
Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities hosts inaugural challenge conference.
Welcoming the University community through a series of special talks and celebrations, the Harvard Art Museums re-introduce themselves.
Ross Miller’s public art in overlooked places captivates viewers.
Harvard’s Art Museums reopen, poised to fulfill their pedagogical purpose.
The medal is the University’s highest honor in the field of African and African American studies.
House Renewal reaches a whole new scale.
Memorial Church’s cracked bell is replaced.
The last home and private garden of Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of modern landscape architecture
Early American artifacts help animate history.