A small but poignant show on Denise Scott Brown’s early photographs—before Learning From Las Vegas made it big— is now on view at New York's Carriage Trade gallery through December 22.
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.
In many ways, architecture and dance couldn't be more different. One is traditionally solid and still, the other dynamic and kinetic. One relies on drawings and images, the other on personal instruction and…
The documentary Enough White Teacups, which will be screened at the Architecture & Design Film Festival, explores designs that address challenges in sustainability, such as the Mine Kafon ball, a mine-clearing device by Afghan brothers Massoud…
On view at the Fondation Cartier, Géométries Sud, du Mexique à la Terre de Feu features the work of numerous Latin Americans, including Bolivian-Aymara architect Freddy Mamani.
Du Bois’s 1900 Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America illustrated the progress of newly-freed African Americans and is being published for Du Bois’s 150th birthday.
José Esparza Chong Cuy, currently an associate curator at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, will take over the iconic New York City institution beginning November 1.
Bitters helped define an expressive, even carnal side of modern Californian clayware; this Heath collection echoes his raw and dramatic sculpted works.
Architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) and Pulitzer Prize–winning composer David Lang are collaborating on the project, which runs October 3–7.
The landmark building will be covered with swirling, abstracted images from the L.A. Philharmonic's 100-year-old archive, designed by artist Refik Anadol.
The sprawling biennial’s installations highlight how designers can find new sources of knowledge and collaboration.
With curving vignettes designed by Hariri & Hariri, Contemporary Muslim Fashion at the de Young Museum aims to upend stereotypes that come with modest dress.
Inspired by Vilamajó's unrealized furniture schematics, Uruguayan designer Matteo Fogale and his collaborators crafted a limited edition furniture collection on view at the London Design Festival.
Robert Irwin: Site Determined, open at the Pratt Institute through November 28th, showcases the artist's rarely-seen drawings and models.
Three excerpted chapters from Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York, whose new edition is available for pre-order, reveal stunning Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture.
New York City's month-long celebration of architecture—which includes films, tours, lectures, discussions, and more—kicks off October 1st.
To evaluate this year’s international design festival, themed “Emotional States,” we used the lens of psychologist Robert Plutchik’s classic “wheel of emotions.”
Mathias Goeritz: Modernist Art and Architecture in Cold War Mexico contextualizes Goeritz’s art within the cultural and political transformations of Latin America.
Freespace, now in its third month, is an exercise in subjective taste-making rather than research-driven programming.
This September, the Motor City is celebrating its arts, culture, and design—past, present, and future—with a diverse array of happenings.