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Olajumoke Adenowo Demola Ojo Recently, Olajumoke Adenowo, one of Africa’s most notable architects, was announced winner of Forbes Woman Africa Entrepreneur Award for 2020 at a glitzy...

By Robert Bernstein International Women's Day dates back over 100 years. The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, giving women the right to vote for the first time. This is a chance to celebrate progress and to raise...

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is moving ahead with plans to demolish four structures and push forward on its $750-million building project, while the call for a coronavirus quarantine has prompted the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and the Lucas Museum of Narrative...

glasgow-based practice o’donnellbrown has designed and built a prototype for a 24 sqm outdoor community classroom that offers an adaptable, demountable learning environment for schools and community groups. the project comprises an accessible, simple kit of parts, including a timber skeletal frame and plywood...

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in a series of stories profiling Woodland’s women business owners in celebration of Women’s History Month. Much like its designs aim to do, The Home Improvements Group has stood the test of time. In business in Woodland for almost three decades,...

Architects have turned to shipping containers to make everything from pop-up shops to co-working spaces, and even teetering towers of student housing. But now the humble corrugated steel box might have found one of its most useful reincarnations yet, in the hands of an international...