Of the cohort of Modern designers working in postwar Italy, few rivaled Gio Ponti—either in sheer prolificacy or in blending industrial…
The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.
On View at the Sir John Soane’s Museum, Return of the Past presents a broad, if not myopic, view of ‘70s and ‘80s English buildings.
Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color delves into product design, subway wayfinding, industrial standardization, consumer culture, and more.
A pair of exhibitions at Manhattan gallery Friedman Benda show what happens when architects give furniture design a whirl.
The Devil Went Down to Georgian: An Artist Investigates Britain’s 300-Year Architectural Infatuation
In a new drawing show at RIBA, London-based artist Pablo Bronstein reimagines and reorients the ubiquitous Georgian-style building.
From video game design to Yugoslavia's overlooked architectural legacy, 2018 promises exhibitions that will delve into unexplored territories.
The designs are being hosted at the Sir John Soane's Museum in a newly-opened basement gallery.
SuperDesign, curated by Maria Cristina Didero, is on view at R & Company in New York City through January 4.
The exhibit also celebrates Urquiola as this year’s recipient of the Design Excellence Award from Collab, the museum’s group that supports contemporary design.
Firm principal, James Ramsey, employed the same solar technology he is using in New York’s Lowline underground park.
A range of architectural maquettes by Francis Kéré, Caruso St. John, Barkow Leibinger, and others demonstrates the breadth of imagination at the exhibition.
The biennial officially opens to the public on September 16 and runs through January 7, 2018. Here's your guide to this year's big event.
An upcoming exhibition looks at the ubiquitous architecture of scaffolding.
The show, currently at the Center for Architecture in New York, uses architecture to explore themes beyond it.
A new exhibition explores the reciprocal influences of both lands.
The latest iteration of BIO, Ljubljana’s design biennale, aims at the full socialization of design and miraculously succeeds.
An ongoing retrospective at the Portland Art Museum celebrates the life and work of John Yeon, who was also a conservationist and landscape designer.
The FBI kept tabs on architect Gregory Ain, whose housing designs for Southern California were ahead of their time.
The new exhibition California: Designing Freedom explores the global ubiquity of Californian design and ideas in everyday life—but rarely dives deep.