Frances Anderton brings design discussion—heated and humorous—to the L.A. airwaves.
An increasingly robust body of research, conducted by an emerging generation of architects and designers, points the way to new methods of building and making.
Sources of Design Inspiration: A Talk with Tung Chiang
Looking at the world from different perspectives can provide intriguing results.
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What extreme environments designed for keeping humans alive in space can teach us about living on Earth
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Tom Wiscombe’s Light-Wing for the P.S. 1 Center for Contemporary Art is as forward looking in the way it was built as it is in its form.
Stanford University’s d.school fights bland work spaces, one whiteboard at a time.
Space Management from A to Z
A retrospective of Andrea Zittel’s space-conscious work reveals the intersection of art, life, and design.
A San Francisco firm known largely for its conceptual work redesigns a workplace on a shoestring budget—and then is invited to move in with the client.
The next international design stars will come from the Iberian Peninsula.
The division between life and labor is disappearing, as was demonstrated by the LiveWork SpanishStyle Design installation at NeoCon 2015.
Speaking From Experience
Part of what makes Tony Chi so very good at—and famously opinionated about—designing restaurants are the years he spent owning and operating them.
Speaking Graphically with Ellen Lupton
The designer, educator, and writer talks about the evolution and future of graphic design.
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Spirit of St. Louis
A new sculpture park has not only transformed downtown but lifted the city’s sense of itself and its future.
Critics square off over a statistic that suggests Los Angeles is denser than New York.