The installation, drawing from technology used in the designer’s winning pavilion for MoMA PS1 last year, makes its first stop in New York this weekend.
Called Loop, the New York–based designers have created a playful, quarter-mile track for thousands of white glass marbles at a Seoul gallery.
Now on view, the inaugural festival reconsiders the famed Indiana city with architectural installations by emerging designers.
Photographer Gili Merin takes a tour of this year's Serpentine Pavilion, designed by African-born architect Francis Kéré.
A speculative installation from U.K. design firm Future Facility uses the idea of consumption via smart systems to make home life easier for the elderly.
An exhibit opening tomorrow at the Saint-Étienne design biennial highlights Detroit-based partnerships that have produced truly innovative projects.
The architect recently launched his “chef-led fast-food" concept café.
The firm’s experimental pavilion surpassed more than a few benchmarks for the technology.
This year's pavilion will put the thorny issue of water management on the map.
Architects tackling the unseen will shape the future of their profession.
Alex Chinneck, an artist known for architectural legerdemain, won't reveal the secret behind the floating "building" until later in the month.
"Yourtopia" questions what our homes should look like in an ecologically-minded age.
The firm explains what it took to build this year's MoMA PS1 YAP pavilion.
The Pierce-Arrow Museum recently unveiled a replica of the architect's design.
A squashed egg? An alien pod? Chilean architect Smiljan Radic talks about his quirky design.
Inspired by Lewis Carroll, designer Louise Campbell takes a crack at this year’s Ideal House.
Students at the University of Buffalo combined material technology and architectural thinking to create an innovative new way to structure metal.
Immersing herself in the natural world, artist and designer Michele Oka Doner creates evocative spaces and places
Jeff Kovel discusses his firm’s experience in building Camp Victory for Nike
The 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion provides both prospect and refuge.