The exhibition on Santiago Calatrava—architect, engineer, painter, sculptor draughtsman, all-around artist—arrives to Naples at the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte with four-hundred works, including sculptures, drawings, and models.

La galería Marlborough se complace en presentar la exposición Santiago Calatrava. Esculturas, cerámicas y dibujos, la primera celebrada en una galería privada en España.

This honor is the latest of a series of prestigious accolades for Dr. Calatrava. Among the prizes and recognitions he has received, he has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts of 1999, the National Architecture Prize of 2005 and the European Architecture Prize of 2015.

Adults seem to love the LEGO Architecture series of kits as much as kids – maybe more. And it's easy to see why. These amazing little models of landmarks like the Seattle Space Needle, the U.S. Capitol, miniature Venice and the Eiffel Tower, are sleek and modern-looking, often in stark white or black bricks.

A Finalist for the Chicago O’Hare International Airport Expansion Project, Calatrava’s World-class Aviation Concept Features Dramatic Shell-like Roof that Unifies O’Hare’s Central Terminal Area While also Establishing a Singular, Elevated Airport Identity

Calatrava International, an architecture and engineering firm based in Zurich, Switzerland, is strengthening its focus on the UAE market through its regional hub office in Dubai. At the helm of operations in the region is Micael Calatrava, son of starchitect, Dr Santiago Calatrava.

Dubai Creek Tower, the global icon in the heart of the 6 sq km Dubai Creek Harbour, has completed concrete placement for the pile cap two months ahead of scheduled completion. The concrete pouring commenced in September last year and reached over 50 per cent completion in January 2018.

Created by one of the most exciting architects in the world, the Cosenza Bridge is part of a larger urban regeneration project in the region

Nearly two years sine the completion of the Oculus in New York, a new book by Assouline memorializes the soaring transportation hub at Ground Zero.