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Surface Matters

Surface Matters

Nathalie Du Pasquier reflects on her beginnings, contemplates Memphis’s enduring legacy, and touches on the blurring of art and design.

April 2015
On Kawara, in Perpetuity

On Kawara, in Perpetuity

"On Kawara—Silence" presents a rare—possibly final—chance to see so many of the artist's paintings in one place.

April 2015
Q&A: Jeremy Myerson on the Real Meaning of Inclusive Design

Q&A: Jeremy Myerson on the Real Meaning of Inclusive Design

The director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design on designing with people rather than designing for them

April 2015
Son of Glasgow

Son of Glasgow

A new exhibition devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh offers an objective appraisal of the architect’s work.

April 2015
Florida's Mecca for Midcentury Modernism Welcomes a New Center for Architecture

Florida's Mecca for Midcentury Modernism Welcomes a New Center for Architecture

The Center for Architecture Sarasota is an innovative hub for regional architectural programming.

April 2015
Design Needs to Rid Itself of the "Obsession of the New"

Design Needs to Rid Itself of the "Obsession of the New"

In a manifesto timed to Salone del Mobile in Milan, designer Hella Jongerius and theorist Louise Schouwenberg set a new course for twenty-first-century design.

April 2015
Design in Crisis: How Economic Bust Has Redefined the Value of High Design

Design in Crisis: How Economic Bust Has Redefined the Value of High Design

An Italian design legend considers the positive effects that the world’s financial crisis has had on luxury design.

April 2015
A Robotic Installation That Aims to Close the Gap between Consumers and Manufacturing

A Robotic Installation That Aims to Close the Gap between Consumers and Manufacturing

Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.

April 2015
Finding Radical Alternatives in Slums, Exurbs, and Enclaves

Finding Radical Alternatives in Slums, Exurbs, and Enclaves

An appraisal of Justin McGuirk's travelogue through Latin America celebrates both ingenious bottom-up urban strategies and collaborative, top-down architectural design.

April 2015
Q&A: The Miami Marine Stadium's Architect on Its Past and Future

Q&A: The Miami Marine Stadium's Architect on Its Past and Future

Hilario Candela speaks about the inspiration behind his iconic stadium, the problems of preservation, and new revitalization opportunities.

April 2015
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