Marc Kristal

Starck’s Material World

More than ten years in the making, the designer’s new chair pushes Emeco—a manufacturer long famous for its iconic aluminum furniture—in a whole new direction.

Foreign Import

Inspired by a trip to Brazil, two Danish architects bring Oscar Niemeyer’s bold thinking home to Aarhus.

Making It Happen

By developing their own projects, Jared Della Valle and Andrew Bernheimer have succeeded in New York without going through the “right” schools or firms. Now, just as the economy collapses around them, they are completing their first two buildings in Manhattan.

Speaking from Experience

Part of what makes Tony Chi so very good at—and famously opinionated about—designing restaurants are the years he spent owning and operating them.

Speaking From Experience

Part of what makes Tony Chi so very good at—and famously opinionated about—designing restaurants are the years he spent owning and operating them.

A Fine Farewell

In perhaps his last project, Norway’s Sverre Fehn adds on to a building by his nineteenth-century predecessor.

Life After the Atelier

Rogier van der Heide’s transition from intimate studio practictioner to running Arup’s global lighting operation has been a case study in collaboration.

Following Their LEED

U.S. Green Building Council president Rick Fedrizzi calls Rick Cook and Bob Fox “two of the greenest architects on earth.” So it’s no surprise that when they set out to create a new home for Cook + Fox Architects, their…

Built in Context

Like the firm that conceived it, Huff + Gooden’s design for a museum at historic Virginia Key arose from the conditions surrounding it.

Vikram Sheel Kumar: Software Design

Dimagi—the name of Vikram Sheel Kumar’s Cambridge, Massachusetts, medical software company—means “smart guy” in Hindi. So it’s interesting that so many of the 29-year-old CEO’s smarts come down to good sense. As a graduate student at the Harvard-MIT Division of…