Frank Gehry: Building Justice, which is set to screen at the ADFF:NOLA festival, showcases how Gehry-led student architecture studios developed proposals for more humane prisons.
Author: Paul Clemence
“New Museums Intentions, Expectations, Challenges” highlighted how the stakes are higher than ever for museums to address the social, cultural, economical, and urban challenges.
Associate curator of Modern Design and Decorative Arts, Christian Larsen, explains why the Metropolitan Museum of Art decided to revisit and exhibit the "happy" works of Italian designer Ettore Sottsass.
Julia Jacquette’s recently opened exhibit features images from her “graphic memoir,” which recall some of the New York City’s most forward-thinking playgrounds.
SANAA's award-winning building has itself become an integral participant in a project led by Grace Farm’s artist-in-residence, choreographer Andrea Miller.
This workplace's spectacular staircase functions as a sort of piazza, where workers can come together, either for brief meetings or breaks.
The Graz-based duo has begun experimenting with workspace furniture that's both playful and sleek.
Claudia Moreira Salles's latest collection is a departure for the Brazilian designer, in terms of both form and materiality.
Andy Klemmer has been behind the scenes for decades, connecting clients to some of the most important pieces of architecture of our time.
In a city whose reputation has become associated with high art, the new Kunstmuseum raises the institution to the standards expected of a major cultural destination.
Pritzker Laureate Toyo Ito reflects on his career today and how it's changed since the tsunami of 2011.
The Swiss master on teaching architecture, the mystique of religion, and the importance of beauty
The first International Forum of Architecture and Urbanism at the RioAcademy brought together top architects and urbanists.
The Swiss master Peter Zumthor and the young Paraguayan architect Gloria Cabral have developed an architectural bond that goes beyond language.
An ongoing exhibit at the Villa Le Lac asked contemporary architects to design an addition to the landmark house.
Donna De Salvo talks Renzo Piano, delves into the often-fraught relationship between art and architecture, and explains why the new Whitney just works.
The architect discusses her intentions behind her new school of architecture, and the state of women in practice today.
The A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education is among the country's foremost creative hubs.