Storefront for Art & Architecture's latest competition calls for a new kind of political ad.
Eric Owen Moss
"Squares" puts a clever twist on the idea of the traditional New York social club.
The most innovative textiles—in material, construction, performance, and aesthetics—available today.
Everything you need to know about New York's 12th annual design celebration.
The phenomenon of "emergence," and its importance for the creation of healthy, living environments, is explained.
The majority of contemporary design caters to machines, not people. Adaptive design offers another way.
As we learn to identify unhealthy technologies, let’s explore healthy and time-tested solutions that enhance our wellbeing.
￼Los Angeles retailer Austere is a high-end design store-cum-incubator for Scandinavian aesthetic ideals.
In the 1930s, Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson became known as ambassadors of Modernism in North America, experimenting with Bauhaus concepts in both their work and their homes.
Metropolis will host a Q & A session with Susan S. Szenasy, the magazine’s publisher and editor in chief and and KI's Vice President of Healthcare Debbie Breunig. The conversation will take place on Twitter and users will be able to participate and follow along by using the hashtag #DesignForHealth.
Friday November 13th, 2:30–3:30 PM EST, Metropolis will host a live interview with publisher/editor in chief Susan Szenasy and Phil Bernstein, vice president of Autodesk, a leading provider of digital design, engineering, and software.
Dr. Nikos Salingaros explores the architectural theory behind patterns of human behavior in this, the second post in a series of articles about the influence of patterns on living structures.
The first International Forum of Architecture and Urbanism at the RioAcademy brought together top architects and urbanists.
The first in a series of articles about the way that living structures should come from patterns.
The IDEO protégé expands the boundaries of designing thinking and strategy.
For more than five decades Sara Little Turnbull has been corporate America's secret weapon, working behind the scenes, operating at the intersection of design and commerce.
The architecture critic on Gehry's peculiar psyche, his triumphs and disappointments, and giving reporters the finger
The renowned architect of the Portland Building and designer of the Alessi teapot died Thursday.
The president of Marimekko North America on the company's legacy of game-changing design
An ongoing retrospective at the Bard Graduate Center examines the artist's work in proto-digital and digital domains.