Point of View

Article Archive

Home Page Features

Title Issue
For Copenhagen, A Proposal That Turns Flooding To The City's Advantage

For Copenhagen, A Proposal That Turns Flooding To The City's Advantage

SLA architects' award-winning proposal for Copenhagen harnesses rainfall to create scenic public spaces for an underserved neighborhood.

None 
All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

A roundup of 37 interest-piquing titles, spanning all scales of architecture and design, to read this season.

None 
All the Events You Can't Miss During NYCxDESIGN

All the Events You Can't Miss During NYCxDESIGN

Here's your directory of all the events that will make this year's event the most exciting yet.

None 
Brewing Elegance

Brewing Elegance

In San Antonio’s newest historic district, a strikingly renovated hotel allows some grit in its glamour.

None 
'Beauty' Pleases All Beholders, Pushes Few Boundaries

'Beauty' Pleases All Beholders, Pushes Few Boundaries

The fifth edition of the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial delivers plenty of crowd-pleasers but charts few new frontiers.

None 
Holy Sit

Holy Sit

The Bernardes bench draws on the material austerity and charm of an old convent for inspiration.

None 
Continuing the Series

Continuing the Series

One of Arne Jacobsen’s most popular creations, the Series 7 chair from Fritz Hansen, gets a splash of color to mark its 60th anniversary.

None 
The Why of It All

The Why of It All

For more than five decades Sara Little Turnbull has been corporate America's secret weapon, working behind the scenes, operating at the intersection of design and commerce.

None 
Little-Known Legends from the Bauhaus

Little-Known Legends from the Bauhaus

A special exhibition at the Bauhaus-Archiv celebrates the museum's newest acquisitions.

None 
Learning from Africa

Learning from Africa

Ten ways how creativity on the continent reflects and suggests global shifts in design practice

None 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  ···  96 Next »

About This Blog