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New Retrospective Glimpses the Man Behind the Maison de Verre

New Retrospective Glimpses the Man Behind the Maison de Verre

With the help of VR and other technology, the Jewish Museum's ambitious exhibition on Pierre Chareau reveals a splendidly idiosyncratic life and work.

February 2017
Dancing with Architecture: Grace Farms Comes Alive With 'Awe'

Dancing with Architecture: Grace Farms Comes Alive With 'Awe'

SANAA's award-winning building has itself become an integral participant in a project led by Grace Farm’s artist-in-residence, choreographer Andrea Miller.

February 2017
What if...Veterans Could Solve the Farming Crisis?

What if...Veterans Could Solve the Farming Crisis?

For his inaugural column, architect and activist Andrew Burdick considers how farming could provide a way to help veterans transition back to civilian life.

February 2017
Studio Fuksas' Controversial (Yet Striking) Convention Center Opens At Last

Studio Fuksas' Controversial (Yet Striking) Convention Center Opens At Last

Designed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas nineteen years ago, the impressive EUR Convention Center (known as The Cloud) has finally opened its doors. Explore it with our first ever 360 video tour.

January 2017
Diversity Champions: 8 Schools That Aren't Just Paying Lip Service To Diversity

Diversity Champions: 8 Schools That Aren't Just Paying Lip Service To Diversity

Many colleges across the U.S. are working harder to be more inclusive institutions, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.

January 2017
Measuring Social Design: The Challenges of Bringing Data Into Design

Measuring Social Design: The Challenges of Bringing Data Into Design

The symposium “Design+Health” showed how data gathering will (and should) inform the design of the future. But it also provoked questions about its potential—significant—downsides.

January 2017
Tea en Rose

Tea en Rose

Dusty pink and copper tones create an air of calm at Yswara's outlet in Johannesburg.

January 2017
Getting High Speed Rail Back On Track

Getting High Speed Rail Back On Track

Architect Andreas Vogler has designed a high-tech double-decker train for British Rail's existing lines.

January 2017
'Art Light' Exhibit Explores the Art of Illumination

'Art Light' Exhibit Explores the Art of Illumination

Carpenters Workshop Gallery's latest show features the limited edition light fixtures of multiple international artists and designers.

January 2017
Living Privately in Public

Living Privately in Public

The familiar signifiers architects use to describe housing are growing tired and unhelpful for designing new models of living.

January 2017
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