A cheery public infrastructure initiative aims to make bus travel more enjoyable.
A recent panel hosted by Metropolis and Humanscale tackled the question of the technology's increasingly more vital role in the workplace.
An expansive exhibition at MoMA reflects on Latin America’s Modernist legacy. Does it do the region justice?
Cherished friends, colleagues, and collaborators remember the multifaceted personality and contemplate the architect's legacy.
A new exhibition devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh offers an objective appraisal of the architect’s work.
Everything you need to know about New York's annual design celebration.
An unorthodox take on acoustic panels reveals a very Scandinavian appeal.
An artist’s response to a design icon from the Gilded Age is also a criticism of the disparities in society today.
Estefanía Acosta de la Peña
The drive to improve living conditions for all life should be at the center of contemporary architecture and design.
Susan S. Szenasy
From classics to innovative, next-generation LED fixtures, the best of the season's lighting design marries sleek style with effortless function.
Alexandra Alexa and Paul Makovsky
Please Do Not Enter isn’t a secret, but it isn’t exactly well-known either. To founders Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird, both originally from Paris, this means they are doing something right.
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