The Art of Dining
David Rockwell helped create the phenomenon of destination dining. Now his firm brings its unique brand of stagecraft to Nobu 57.
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The Art of “Art de Vivre”
Jean-Marie Massaud’s subversive take on French opulence
The Art Of The Moroccan Riad
The traditional guesthouse has a renewed appeal in Marrakech
The Beauty of Numbers
Inspired by his work with influential architects, Cecil Balmond searches for that exquisite blend of structural form and structural logic.
The Best New American Makers
From Brooklyn to Bloomington, these ten creatives are changing the face of maker culture in the United States.
The Better Brick: 2010 Next Generation Winner
This year’s winner—a bioengineered brick, conceived by a young American architect—may be modest in physical scale, but it has the potential for global impact.
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The Birth of a Tradition
Despite its rich history, the nation of Turkey lacks a contemporary-design movement—something Barbar aims to change.
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The Building Detective
Gwendolyn Wright takes PBS viewers on a search for America’s secret architectural history.
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The Charms of Suburbia
A comprehensive history rescues the garden suburb from the periphery of urban design, and repositions it at the heart of the debate on cities.
The Chinese Century
Thomas J. Campanella’s new book explores the implications—and contradictions—of China’s rapid urbanization.
The City and the Stream
Antwerp looks to revitalize its once bustling waterfront with a redevelopment plan that anticipates both growth and rising sea levels.
The Cold Rush
As the Arctic melts, pioneering architects and planners design for the ultimate extreme climate.
The Concrete Cacophony: How New Media May Save Modern Architecture
'Icon or Eyesore' returns to ponder the existing legacy of concrete modern buildings.
The Cost of Convenience
In a heroic effort to source and fabricate each part of an everyday appliance himself, Thomas Thwaites produces the world’s most expensive toaster.