Style & Substance
Anachronistic tastes land Roman & Williams two of New York’s hottest hotels—and a quiet, little brick apartment building that looks like it might be more than a century old.
Herzog & de Meuron’s 40 Bond is Ian Schrager’s latest over-the-top attack on the cultural status quo.
The stout and utilitarian subway bench may be one of the best pieces of design in New York’s public realm.
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Now that technology can be embedded into virtually anything—walls, floors, ceilings, even carpets— we’re just starting to sort out the implications.
Nathalie Du Pasquier reflects on her beginnings, contemplates Memphis’s enduring legacy, and touches on the blurring of art and design.
The latest materials and finishes bring together great aesthetics, high performance, and smart technology.
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Swedish Curves Ahead
An exhibit on Bruno Mathsson illustrates his tireless pursuit for the ultimate place to sit.
Our columnist roamed the streets of midtown Manhattan wearing a pair of noise-canceling headphones.
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Allan Savory espouses a holistic approach to environmental renewal, tackling problems from the ground up (literally).
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Talking Head: Bjarke Ingels on Play, Process, and Practice
In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.
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The Sidwell Friends School is one of a string of educational buildings designed by Kieran Timberlake that merge instruction, sustainability, and behavior modification.
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Inspired by Saarinen’s drive to “do more,” the young architects in his office reshaped postwar America. Today their approach to problem-solving offers important lessons.
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