Architecture

Love and Monsters: A Visit To The HR Giger Museum

From the aliens of Alien to Sil of Species, the Swiss surrealist’s unnerving biomechanical creatures lie in wait in a cheery medieval town known for...

Paradise Found: A Look at One of Boracay’s Private Homes

Designer Adrian Lizares recalls taking part in decorating a carefully constructed treehouse so exotic that it just might be an endangered species.

How Singapore’s Food Industry is Helping Save Its Design Heritage

Dining and design crown these restaurants at the helm of Singapore’s transformation of its heritage sites

LACMA acquires the world’s most architecturally glorified bachelor pad

Rogue looks back at its 2014 visit to the Sheats Goldstein Residence, James Goldstein's $40 million estate

Baguio family builds alternative lifestyle house entirely from sand and clay

The Balao-Strugar family built their Benguet home in 1998 with one thing in mind: self-sustainability

11 photos of Paris as a bleak dystopian city

A little known fact about the city of lights and of love: it can be one of the loneliest places on the planet.

When the Grande Dame was in Lights

As restoration begins for the Metropolitan Theater, the director of the National Museum chronicles its glory days, troubled history, and suddenly promising future

The Black Box

A new colossal, cubist monument in Makati, Shooting Gallery Studios is the Philippine entertainment industry’s ultimate benchmark in studio design