Point of View - Point of View September 2009
A sneak peek at an impressive new museum park in Indianapolis
From London Design Week, an intriguing homage to Gio Ponti’s 1957 Superleggera chair
If the winner of this year’s Electrolux Design Lab competition is right, we’ll be warming genetically engineered muscle cells in an aluminum cocoon.
Balmori Associates’ unusual design is one of 31 miniature urban parks built in Bilbao over the summer.
Well, not quite. A pricey new program immerses guests in Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous residence—but stops short of letting them sleep there.
Our senior editor gets a behind-the-scenes tour of Arthur Ashe Stadium.
A look at the work spaces of four local design practices
A monograph on the designer Petra Blaisse is newly available in the States.
Renderings for a new Thom Mayne museum, in Texas, show the architect in typical form.
Book Review: Lost and Found, Stories from New York
At nearly 900 pages, Lost and Found is a bible of short stories, easily crowding out other volumes on the nightstand.
A review of a new anthology from the Web site Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood
Another perspective on last week’s Frank Lloyd Wright symposium—this time from the dinner table
A report from last week’s symposium on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Meyer May house
This year we’re looking for one small (but brilliant) design fix.
Our executive editor talks about September’s cover story on the elusive Argentine architect Emilio Ambasz.
Our writer visits a zero-energy home built into a San Diego hillside.
An Idaho community school wins the 2009 Open Architecture Challenge.
Unfolded: Paper in Design, Art, Architecture and Industry outlines the many possible uses for a well-known material.
At the Center for Architecture, six architects discuss "Architecture Education vs. Professional Practice."
Project M takes on the Motor City.