The California Academy of Sciences wins LEED's highest certification.
A new book and opera from a famed modern composer and architect
A Metropolis quiz.
DWR's new accessories outpost targets the untucked urban sophisticate.
The rapid growth of the country's design industries is the focus of a new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
JetBlue passengers go on a trial run of its new Terminal 5.
Has the museum looked in the mirror lately?
Director Gary Hustwit follows up "Helvetica" with a documentary about industrial design.
A new film on Herzog & de Meuron's Olympic architecture has its New York premiere.
The High Line needs no bells and whistles.
A young London-based designer finds a new use for an old jar.
It's morning in America.
A new happening at the New York design shop Kiosk asks for your tired, your poor, your huddled plastic bags.
The YouTube video of an office worker snapping could be a shot across the bow for Michigan.
Moleskine unveils its Glass House sketchbook.
After six years under the guidance of Toshiko Mori, Harvard University's Graduate School of Design has a new chair.
A museum in Massachusetts celebrates the best of the worst and they need your help.
It was gray all over New York City yesterday morning, except perhaps on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The latest splashy sculptures in Jeff Koons’s Celebration series make their debut at the museum today, and yesterday the…
On Monday night, the specter of Goethe haunted New York’s Thalia Theatre, at Symphony Space, which hosted a program exploring the convergence of music and architecture. Organized by the composer Victoria Bond, Shaping Sound: Architects, Composers and Concert Halls featured…
Imagine Learning from Las Vegas as illustrated by Chris Ware, and you'll get a sense of François Blanciak’s marvelously inventive new book, Siteless: 1001 Building Forms (The MIT Press, 2008). Blanciak, a French architect who has worked alongside Peter Eisenman,…