The controversial Playboy founder democratized high design, argues architectural historian Beatriz Colomina.
Charles and Ray Eames
A sprawling retrospective of design’s favorite duo reveals how conscious they were of the power of their own image.
A to Z: Your guide to the new, diverse workplace.
Designers Airi Isoda and Ryan Upton see architecture everywhere—in everyday objects, interior spaces, and ready-to-wear apparel.
Remembering Lucia Eames, 1930-2014. Revisit our 2005 interview with Charles Eames's daughter, where she talks about preserving the legacy, saving the house, and making it all relevant to future generations.
In her illustrious career, Deborah Sussman has not only reshaped graphic design but also helped to rebrand the resurgent city of Los Angeles.
Great designs, designers, and institutions mark important milestones this year and next.
The WUHO Gallery will launch the new exhibition, Deborah Sussman Loves L.A., with the help of Kickstarter.
The recent controversy over Denise Scott Brown and the Pritzker Prize served as both a litmus test on the status of women in the field, and a wake-up call for an entire profession struggling for relevancy and respect.
Almost 50 years after the Action Office, Herman Miller embarks on the next big rethinking of the workplace: the Living Office. It is the ultimate twenty-first-century work-in-progress.
Mixing influences from East and West, the vernacular and the modern, Doshi Levien creates precision-tooled products with the look and feel of the handmade.
A documentary on the Eames team missed out on their most integral collaboration.
Charles and Ray Eames were intended only to be the starting point for “Design Entrepreneurs: The Next Generation,” the conference organized by Metropolis and sponsored by Nokia on May 19 at ICFF 2003. But the designing couple’s presence resonated throughout…