The Memphis alum's still lifes and maquettes are reminiscent of the erstwhile collective's works, only more muted and shorn of the eccentricities.
The trio, who worked together on the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion and 2008's Bird's Nest, have collaborated again—this time for an eerie installation exploring the menacing role surveillance plays in our urban lives.
The grandchildren of muralist Paul Werneck, who collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer and Roberto Burle Marx, restore a Rio de Janeiro terrace to its original, funky glory.
In the first of his series of interviews with architects and artists, Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews renowned conceptual artist Daniel Buren about the fuzzy line between his art and the architecture that holds it.
Building 6, Mass MoCA's new addition, may be epic in scale, but it's the architects' sensitivity to material and program that deserves your attention.
The boutique hotel brand inducts its newest property with a topical art exhibition.
Sculptor Piers Secunda's new collection, ISIS Bullet Hole Paintings, documents the cultural artifacts endangered under ISIS.
Metropolis's editors, in collaboration with NYCxDesign, choose the best design exhibitions to catch this season in New York City.
Starting May 3, Collective Design will present a range of boundary-pushing work alongside vintage collectible pieces.
For the fourth iteration of fashion designer Raf Simons’s collaboration with Kvadrat, things have taken a decidedly whimsical turn.
How well do you know your ovoid architecture? See how many you can spot in this eggscellent illustration.
For the first time since it was conceived in 1968, Doug Wheeler's Synthetic Desert can now be experienced at the Guggenheim.
We speak to the founder of the blog KoozA/rch, Federica Sofia Zambeletti , about the resurgence of architectural drawing.
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.
Setting a design concept to pencil and paper was once considered a core architectural act, but the past two decades’ culture of digital rendering almost killed it. Almost.
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.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery's latest show features the limited edition light fixtures of multiple international artists and designers.
La Ciudad Está Allá Afuera, an ongoing show at the Tlatelolco University Cultural Center, uses art and architecture as a lens through which to explore the Mexican capital’s many realities.
WATERSHED, a large-scale public art projection, is raising awareness about global warming. It arrives in New York City this fall.
An artist’s response to a design icon from the Gilded Age is also a criticism of the disparities in society today.