Freespace, now in its third month, is an exercise in subjective taste-making rather than research-driven programming.
Author: Anna Kats
Four decades on, it seems that a reliable definition of architectural Postmodernism still eludes us. A recent book, though flush with historical detail, does little to clarify the term.
Despite its journalistic ethos, this year’s Venice Biennale doesn’t pass muster.
The demolition of a key OMA work prompts questions about the civic value of innovative architecture.
Administrators and curators often speak different languages. The director of the Graham Foundation is fluent in both, as she has proven by spearheading Chicago’s inaugural architectural biennial.
At Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Rem Koolhaas channels Modernism toward historicist ends.
In an unlikely partnership with Maharam, the celebrated product designer brings his analytic rigor to textiles.
The designer Aldo Andreoli partners with his compatriots to remake the South Brooklyn neighborhood.
Working with biology, computation, and crafts, the Philadelphia-based architect has emerged as her field’s leading scientist.
In northern Philadelphia, MGA Partners builds an urban oasis for Temple University students.