Point of View - Point of View November 2008
The Other Side of the Moon
Inspired by the lunar landscape, Austrian design duo transforms everyday flooring into something that's out of this world.
Inspired by the lunar landscape, Austrian design duo transforms everyday flooring into something that’s out of this world.
AIA New York offers 32 credits over three days
The Biomimicry Institute launches AskNature.org.
The sculptor’s (relatively) small-scale work goes on display at the Met.
Her collected writing is both a lively history lesson and a primer on how to write a good sentence.
Our Italian correspondent talks with an Upper East Side ditz about what not to miss on the closing weekend of the Venice Biennale .
Eddie Sykes makes a dynamic folding landscape out of grass and aluminum.
Cameron Diaz and Cameron Sinclair join forces on the Sundance Channel.
The story behind our November cover.
The results of MAS’s Coney Island design charette bring craziness into focus.
The luxury retailer goes hippie for the holidays.
The Kimbell Art Museum releases sketches of Renzo Piano’s addition to the 1972 Kahn landmark.
Rockwell Group sets up shop in the Middle East.
Getting lost and making out in the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
Checking in on a young architect’s stylish day-care center in Copenhagen
A charity auction that offers some serious creature comforts
The winner of the Red Hook Bicycle Master Plan Design Competition is announced
The new and (and soon-to-be) ever-present New Year’s Eve Ball is revealed.
The insiders’ take on Yale University’s newest addition and renovation