Kem Weber, whose work includes the Walt Disney Studios complex and numerous household and office products, fused European design concepts and American ideals of progress and industry.
Metropolis speaks with critic Mark Lamster about his recent biography of America’s original starchitect and the many contradictions he discovered along the way—from Johnson’s Nazi past, to his many reinventions.
Beyer Blinder Belle teams up with Stillman International Development to re-envision the Times Square Theater, the last in a series of historic renovations on the famed block.
Remembering the influential life and career of architect Robert Venturi, who died at the age of 93 Tuesday in Philadelphia.
The local firm has created a charming, yet sensitively-designed new annex for the South London Gallery in the city's Peckham neighborhood.
Frank Gehry’s Minimalist Set For a 1983 Dance Performance Is Restaged for the Final Time in New York
Available Light, created in collaboration with choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer John Adams, is performed in New York City for the first time in 35 years at Lincoln Center.
The contributions of these female architects, designers, and planners to the postwar state are told in an excerpt from the Museum of Modern Art's Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980.
Disappear Here, RIBA's latest show, is an eclectic reimagining of architectural perspective, from drawing convention to world-historical force.
The editors of OfficeUS Manual discuss why they delved into architecture office handbooks going back to 1890.
The show, curated by Sebastian Hackenschmidt, head of the MAK’s furniture and woodwork collection, makes the Jugendstil master the focal point of an alternative modernity.
A new exhibition held within a pioneering building of the so-called High Tech movement prompts a reevaluation of the relationship between architecture, technology, and structural expression.
Collage used to be a crucial image-making technology of the mechanical age. But its time has passed, says historian Mario Carpo.
The renowned writer, historian, and teacher has expanded the architectural discipline’s critical and geographic outlook.
Don’t call it a comeback. Postmodernism in architecture was always already a revisitation.
While a previous generation condemned the joining of architecture and development in a single figure, few young architects are unpersuaded by the monumental products of Portman’s efforts.
A Q&A with Shulman + Associates on the importance of historical perspective in Miami's architecture.
Nonobjective art may have been a major factor in Wright's design for the Guggenheim, according to a new Yale University Press book.
A pivotal portion of the show explores the city in two different axes.
Frank Lloyd Wright urged architects to work with nature. But as the planet warms, they may need to pursue a more defensive, “resilient” position.
An ongoing retrospective at the Portland Art Museum celebrates the life and work of John Yeon, who was also a conservationist and landscape designer.