Roche, the Pritzker Prize–winning architect who completed Eero Saarinen's 12 unfinished projects with John Dinkeloo, also helped author iconic projects like the Ford Foundation and Oakland Museum.
Adams's work, including her projects for space habitats, broke the law of gravity.
Scholars remember the man who devoted over six decades to one, meaningful mission—keeping alive the Wright legacy for generations to come.
The architect-developer, who invented the modern atrium hotel, passed away late last week.
Lewis, a design "dynamo" who combined practice and teaching, was a central fixture in the New York architecture community.
Metropolis president, Eugenie Havemeyer, reflects on the life and work of the architect, who left such a mark on New York City's cultural scene.
Caccia Dominioni greatly influenced industrial design of the 20th century.
The famed Pritzker laureate died this morning of a heart attack.
A technical genius, a generous collaborator, and an adventurous man—Sapper was all these things, say his former friends, associates, and admirers.
A memorial to the late editor in chief of Interiors magazine and lifelong design advocate.
For more than five decades Sara Little Turnbull has been corporate America's secret weapon, working behind the scenes, operating at the intersection of design and commerce.
One of Modernism's great unsung heroes died Tuesday.
The celebrated Brazilian designer died Monday at 86.
The late architectural historian assembled a large archive of documents devoted to the architect Knud Lonberg-Holm.
Friends, designers, and historians share their memories of the late designer.
One of the last high modernist designers dies at 83.
The dreary surrealist, who trained as an architect and industrial designer, was 74.
The Austrian architect was a pioneer of Postmodernism, for whom everything was architecture.
Remembering Metropolis’s founding publisher, 1941-2014
Busnelli, who founded B&B Italia, was a titan of contemporary Italian design.