Robert A.M. Stern and Liz Waytkus, executive director of Docomomo US, discuss the importance of Philip Johnson's granite-clad skyscraper.
Robert A. M. Stern was among those protesting outside Philip Johnson's Postmodern icon on Madison Avenue today.
The departure of an influential figure in architectural academia and the arrival of his successor, Deborah Berke, signal possibilities for correctives.
The architect reflects on his time with Moore, the pomo theorist, designer, and epicurean.
A comprehensive history rescues the garden suburb from the periphery of urban design, and repositions it at the heart of the debate on cities.