The collaborative ecosystem of commissioned artists, architects, botanists, activists, journalists, and many others embeds itself into the context of the city, engaging with the cultural palimpsests of Palermo on an intimate scale.
Author: Janelle Zara
Los Angeles’s slow but visible transition to “carless living” helped shape this pedestrian-friendly development in West Hollywood.
The new building, which houses the Lafayette Anticipations galleries, does whatever it's told and will bend over backwards to accommodate curatorial wills.
The Dream Hollywood Hotel and its five nightclubs and restaurants are spread across an entire city block.
With the help of Studio O+A, Microsoft’s Envisioning Center lets the company's employees and customers try out current products and experiment with flexible configurations.
Arktura takes bespoke design to a whole new level, using specially engineered software, advanced robotic manufacturing, and sustainable materials and processes to make innovative architectural systems.
From coliving to candles, start-up models of efficiency and convenience are beginning to streamline the inner workings of households.
The architect recently launched his “chef-led fast-food" concept café.
The firm’s experimental pavilion surpassed more than a few benchmarks for the technology.
Glass is often emblematic of transparency. So it makes it an odd choice when privacy is what’s needed. Scholten & Baijings’ new architectural glass collection for Skyline Design not only promises coverage but adds an exciting visual counterpoint to the typical office arrangement.
Hong Kong designer André Fu has redefined high-end design in Asia.
￼The legendary outfitter’s new headquarters is a temple to flannel.
"Errors, Estrangement, Messes and Fictions" evaluates the creative output of four young L.A. architects.