A clue lies in the meticulously-restored Martin House in Buffalo, New York.
It wasn’t until the 18th century that buildings with dedicated office spaces were constructed.
Half-baked prototypes will no longer suffice. Solutions must contain the virus and make going to back to work a pleasant, even beautiful experience.
Galleries and theaters are innovating to survive.
Ramps at ancient Greek healing temples provided access for people with disabilities, according to new research. If confirmed, this would be the earliest evidence of a society making architectural adjustments to support accessibility. Read more…
Single-occupancy elevator systems are capturing imaginations—again.