Prismatic, designed by Brooklyn-based firm Hou de Sousa, uses hundreds of colorful cords to create a kaleidoscopic experience.
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.
The boat project, created using a marbling technique and sponsored by the Public Art Fund, will visit docks around New York this summer.
The studio's recently-released tile collection with Decoratori Bassanesi is just the latest in an ongoing exploration of materials and their visual effects.
The finalists will compete to design a temporary structure in the MoMA PS1 courtyard for the museum's summer music series.
Four large installations include CNC-milled wood, a vinyl-sided "forest," an aluminum mesh canopy, and more.
A pivotal portion of the show explores the city in two different axes.
The blob ostensibly obliterated the culture of tectonics within architecture, but it was a short-lived fad. Interest has shifted again toward a loosely “aformal” approach—the pile. What are the consequences of architects piling it up?
"Geomerce" proposes a future where plants naturally de-contaminate and reconfigure our post-industrial town- and landscapes.
Architect Huy Bui wants to introduce plant life into the city's most unexpected corners.
For the special installation, artist Sarah Zapata married Marimekko prints with traditional Peruvian craft techniques.
The "droneport" is a humanitarian initiative that seeks to jumpstart and navigate the infrastructural challenges of emerging economies.
Herman Miller asked eight artists to reflect on their ideal place to work. They responded not only with words, but with fantastic, whimsical images.
Today, the 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by BIG, and four "summerhouses," were unveiled at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
Royce Epstein, director of the design segment at Mohawk Group, tracks the blurring of gender boundaries.
The 34-year-old wunderkind will go from objects to interiors and architecture with his design for the Das Haus installation at imm cologne.
The "State of the Art of Architecture" generally delivers on its promise to expand our definition of architecture as a cultural art.
The division between life and labor is disappearing, as was demonstrated by the LiveWork SpanishStyle Design installation at NeoCon 2015.
Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.
Can Biblical rules be re-imagined by modern architects?