Data influences WeWork’s real estate deals, construction sequence, and design choices. There’s a sense that acquiring data literacy makes architecture relevant in a tech-dominated era.
Author: Anne Quito
From a snake-sofa that unpacks the ethical implications of virtual reality to tapestries that speak to material innovation, these items reveal latent truths about the present moment.
With footholds in Europe and Asia, Haworth is truly a global company, one that has mastered the logistics of collaborating across continents and markets.
Working with the Harvard Art Museum's Straus Center for Conservation, Olivares developed the textile after creating a specially-commissioned piece of furniture for Johnson's Thesis House.
For 150 Charles Street, CookFox Architects paid special attention to the outdoor areas and the West Village neighborhood beyond.
Designed by A+I, AltSchool's new model campus could serve as a model for schools seeking to increase individualized attention for each student.
Adeptly avoiding the clichés of office design for start-ups, Float Studio instead creates spaces that capture each company’s founding essence—all on a tight budget.
At New York’s 21 West End, interior designer ICRAVE created spaces that provide residents with every amenity they need—and that the neighborhood doesn’t yet provide—to lead healthy, happy lives.
After a series of successful projects with major American manufacturers, the designer has been invited to kick off 2017 with the Das Haus installation.
A well-designed transition space helped Riverdale Country School prepare for the innovations in its new school building.
Dorothy Cosonas, creative director at KnollTextiles, turns history, collaboration, and inspiration from the fashion world into forward-looking textiles.