Paul Goldberger’s new book, Ballpark: Baseball in the American City, traces the arc of American urban history through the ballpark.
Author: Dante A. Ciampaglia
Cycling in the City: A 200-Year History at the Museum of the City of New York casts a fresh light on an urban design battle that still rages today.
Born in the ’90s from hip-hop culture, this critical architecture movement has been coalescing for decades though may be poised for a second wave.
In Rams, Gary Hustwit—of Helvetica and Objectified acclaim—looks into the enduring legacy of the 86-year-old German industrial designer.
Remembering the influential life and career of architect Robert Venturi, who died at the age of 93 Tuesday in Philadelphia.
In development for more than a decade, the project boasts a showstopping aquarium and architecture that breathes in ocean breezes.
California Crazy, recently reissued by Taschen, is an indelible record of the wild, wonderful tradition of roadside architecture.
The art and architecture of Arakawa and Madeline Gins, now on view at Columbia's GSAPP, forces us to rethink how we define art and architecture.