One of Modernism's great unsung heroes died Tuesday.
You don't know his name, but you definitely know his work: Irving Harper, the man behind George Nelson's Marshmallow Sofa.
The Center for Architecture Sarasota is an innovative hub for regional architectural programming.
The prolific designer skillfully blends Modernist influences with his Brazilian heritage in more than 150 products.
The fashion designer Tomas Maier has launched a campaign to save the best of the Japanese capital's twentieth-century architecture.
The auction house will sell off pieces by designers such as Edgar Bartolucci, Alexander Girard, and Pierre Jeanneret.
A look at the fresh crop of American design entrepreneurs
The celebrated Brazilian designer died Monday at 86.
Skyline Design finds that the midcentury designer’s famous patterns work very well with contemporary materials.
A temporary exhibit celebrates the reissuing of several rare pieces by the architect-designer.
Remembering Lucia Eames, 1930-2014. Revisit our 2005 interview with Charles Eames's daughter, where she talks about preserving the legacy, saving the house, and making it all relevant to future generations.
A new photography book details the slow demise of a handful of houses designed by Paul Rudolph.
As the gap between the rich and the middle class widens, the challenge to save midcentury modern buildings becomes even more vexing.
Five prominent textile designers reflect on their early training with the master craftsman and weaver, Boris Kroll.
The refined simplicity of Danish-modern design informs every aspect of Norm Architects’ growing practice.
The log cabin near Marquette inspired the architect’s California modern work
Courtesy Chris Wehling I first noticed Eichlers in Sunnyvale while driving around looking at homes. When I came upon them and felt like I had landed on the moon. They were the most interesting houses that I had ever seen!…
A documentary on the Eames team missed out on their most integral collaboration.
A modest 1958 gem by a largely forgotten midcentury master gets a smart and sensitive renovation by Peter Gluck and Partners.
Two short documentary films take on a pair of intriguing midcentury architectural anomalies: Buckminster Fuller's dome and the National Art Schools of Cuba.