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Chicago Exhibit Spotlights Charlotte Perriand’s Alpine Ski Resort

The legendary woman designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a new show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.

The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.

Legendary Musicians Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto Reflect On Using Philip Johnson’s Glass House As An Instrument

The Oscar-winning composer and famed German electronic music producer released an album of the performance earlier this year.

The Oscar-winning composer and famed German electronic music producer released an album of the performance earlier this year.

A New Show in London Celebrates Postmodernism’s Comeback

On View at the Sir John Soane’s Museum, The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture presents a broad, if not myopic, view of ‘70s and ‘80s English buildings.

On View at the Sir John Soane’s Museum, Return of the Past presents a broad, if not myopic, view of ‘70s and ‘80s English buildings.

Opinion: It’s Time to Reconsider the Architecture Prize

The #MeToo movement and allegations against Richard Meier should push us to rethink how we evaluate architectural merit.

The #MeToo movement and allegations against Richard Meier should push us to rethink how we evaluate architectural merit.

The Enduring Wisdom of Balkrishna Doshi

The Indian architect, who receives his Pritzker Architecture Prize today, exudes a joyful humility, akin to his architecture.

The Indian architect, who receives his Pritzker Architecture Prize today, exudes a joyful humility, akin to his architecture.

Opinion: Why Women Designers Need a Seat at the Table in Corporate Boardrooms and Beyond

Metropolis's director of design innovation discusses the influential women she has invited for a panel discussion this Thursday titled "Women of Influence in the Business of Design."

Metropolis’s director of design innovation discusses the influential women she has invited for a panel discussion this Thursday titled “Women of Influence in the Business of Design.”

Take a First Look at David Chipperfield’s Refined Refurb of London’s Royal Academy of Arts

The revamped cultural institution “gives oxygen” to the RA’s existing Victorian-era campus, says the architect.

The revamped cultural institution “gives oxygen” to the RA’s existing Victorian-era campus, says David Chipperfield.

The Designers Who Made Disco

The nightclub has always been a fiercely creative and radical architectural typology, a new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum argues.

The nightclub has always been a fiercely creative and radical architectural typology, a new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum argues.

For the Design of the Met’s Costume Institute Show, Diller Scofidio + Renfro Channel the Sublime—and Mies

The Catholic-themed show, opening today, examines the deep connections between contemporary fashion and faith.

‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,’ opening today, examines the deep connections between contemporary fashion and faith.

Architect Michael Chen Combines Neo-Grec and High-Tech in this Manhattan Townhouse

With his polymorphous design for a narrow 19th Century residence, architect Michael Chen tackles issues of material experimentation, ecology, and urban density—all against a backdrop of high society.

With his polymorphous design for a narrow 19th Century residence, the architect tackles issues of material experimentation, ecology, and urban density.

The Cooper Hewitt Announces National Design Award Recipients

Neri Oxman, Blu Dot, Weiss/Manfredi, and more will receive the Smithsonian Design Museum's highest honor at a ceremony this fall.

Neri Oxman, Blu Dot, Weiss/Manfredi, and more will receive the Smithsonian Design Museum’s highest design honor at a ceremony this fall.

NYCxDesign 2018: The Top 7 Exhibitions to See

There's more design to be seen across New York's museums and galleries. Here are seven of our favorites on view through NYCxDesign.

There’s more design to be seen across New York’s museums and galleries. Here are seven of our favorites on view through NYCxDesign.

NYCxDesign 2018: The Best Things to See at BROOKLYN DESIGNS

New York design means more than Manhattan: This year, head to the Brooklyn Museum to see the best of the creative Outer Borough's design offerings.

New York design means more than Manhattan: This year, head to the Brooklyn Museum to see the best of the creative Outer Borough’s design offerings.

Design Duo Yabu Pushelberg on the Bizarre Beauty of their Favorite Klaus Nienkämper Chair

The Toronto and New York-based designers reflect on a Nienkämper-designed 70s-era chair that they just couldn't get out of their heads.

The Toronto and New York-based designers reflect on a Nienkämper-designed 70s-era chair that they just couldn’t get out of their heads.

Perkins+Will’s Director of Interior Design on Creating Agile Workplaces

Design veteran Brent Capron sits down with Metropolis to discuss workplace trends, the firm's in-house research, and the significance of NeoCon.

Design veteran Brent Capron sits down with Metropolis to discuss workplace trends, the firm’s in-house research, and the significance of NeoCon.

Snøhetta’s Out-of-This World Design for Norway’s Largest Planetarium

The campus, set within a dense forest north of Oslo, will include a variety of buildings inspired directly by planets and their orbits.

The campus, set within a dense forest north of Oslo, will include a variety of buildings inspired directly by planets and their orbits.

Can Designers Combat Light Pollution by Embracing Darkness?

In our over-lit cities, lighting designers are fighting back on behalf of darkness and night—not to mention public space and urban vitality.

In our over-lit cities, lighting designers are fighting back on behalf of darkness and night—not to mention public space and urban vitality.

Kunlé Adeyemi’s ‘Prelude to the Shed’ Pavilion Opens Today

The Nigerian architect designed a steel-topped structure that can accommodate a diverse array of programming, from lectures to rap concerts.

The Nigerian architect designed a steel-topped structure that can accommodate a diverse array of programming, from lectures to rap concerts.

Acoustic Lighting Is Fast Becoming the Cornerstone of a Happy and Healthy Workplace

New products by BuzziSpace, Muuto, Haworth, and more combine versatile, noise-reducing functionality with effortless style.

New products by BuzziSpace, Muuto, Haworth, and more combine versatile, noise-reducing functionality with effortless style.

Morris Adjmi’s New Condo Building is an Elegant Addition to a Historic Manhattan District

With a new apartment building on West 17th Street, the architect adds another completed project to his growing New York portfolio.

With a new apartment building on West 17th Street, the architect adds another completed project to his growing New York portfolio.