The show features materials collected by designer Jan Tschichold and created by the movement's many members, including El Lissitzky, Kurt Schwitters, and László Moholy-Nagy.
Equity by Design’s work—which includes architects like Lilian Asperin, Julia Mandell, and Annelise Pitts—is collaborative and cumulative, rooted in feminist activism and building on work by multiple groups.
Six Years in the Making, Berlin's IBeB Cooperative Housing Development Creates a Tight-Knit Community of Residents
Recently shortlisted for the 2019 EU Mies Award, the 66-unit project's lengthy customization process and ample common spaces created a community from the ground-up.
Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s Shanghai-based atelier has generated a prolific output of design ranging from hospitality and retail interiors to cultural architecture and product.
The national prize, which recognizes urban-focused designs and initiatives, has tapped a range of projects this year, from a DIY skate park in New Orleans to a public lighting initiative in Lynn, Massachusetts.
The head of Perkins+Will’s cultural practice in North Carolina, Howard is bringing change to historically African-American neighborhoods from Miami to Vancouver and Los Angeles.
While it offers some engaging installations and artifacts, David Adjaye: Making Memory struggles to broaden its scope beyond Adjaye's work and interrogate memorialization in today's culture.
One upholstery textile in the collection, All Star, is an homage to the spattered-paint look that's cropping up in recent designs by high-fashion houses Maison Margiela and Gucci.
The Value of Good Design, on view until June 15, explores a MoMA-catalyzed movement that ran from the 1930s-50s.
The building—which includes a town hall and city offices—features a 13,000-square-foot town commons that can host events and gatherings, such as the city's weekly farmer’s market.
The eight-year, $100 million renovation and expansion, which includes a lush landscaping treatment, will culminate with tomorrow's re-opening.
The book, released in November, advocates for porous forms that tackle the stifling effects of urban density, offering social, environmental, and economic value.
The 2,500-square-foot dwelling had “good bones” but required a new kitchen, exterior, and landscaping, as well as contemporary designs by the likes of Tom Dixon and Heath Ceramics.
The Manhattan flagship, the first of its kind in the United States, is not only a shrine to sportswear but an homage to Nike’s unique design process—past and future.
OPINION: By Simply Repairing Infrastructure, We're Missing Huge Opportunities to Make Cities More Resilient and Responsive to Citizens' Needs
Scott Burnham, author of Reprogramming the City, writes that in our era of limited budgets and resources, increasing the functionality of existing infrastructure is a necessary path forward.
National Tile Day celebrates how a timeless material stays relevant year after year.
While costly, a post-occupancy evaluation (POE) can reveal a wealth of information. Furthermore, new technologies are helping architects track building performance like never before.
A Slice of New York with a California Twist: Studio Jesse James Designs Roberta's Pizza in Los Angeles
Roberta's, a pizza pilgrimage destination in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood, wanted a fresh, locally-attuned look for its Culver City outpost.
While Hudson Yards delivers on some advanced infrastructure, its initial promises of urban data-driven management have (so far) proved more aspirational than practical.
"I wanted to do a light, cloudlike building that made Crown Hall look heavy by comparison," says architect John Ronan, referring to the campus's iconic Mies van der Rohe building.