Four large installations include CNC-milled wood, a vinyl-sided "forest," an aluminum mesh canopy, and more.
Emphasizing transparency and permanence, a new Planned Parenthood in Queens, N.Y., hopes to be a replicable template for future clinics.
Ludwig Leo’s bold embrace of modernity and willingness to experiment make a reexamination of his work especially timely.
The artist Hannah Ryggen's defiantly figurative and overtly political tapestries were impassioned responses to the rigidity of Modernism.
The Bernardes bench draws on the material austerity and charm of an old convent for inspiration.
In searching for a firm foothold in New York City, Spanish tile maker Porcelanosa found an architectural gem in the heart of Manhattan.
With the help of local craftspeople, Sharon Davis designs a rural retreat in the Hudson Valley that privileges nature.