Running through June 15, an exhibition at a gallery on New York’s Upper East Side showcases the furniture of the Italian-Brazilian architect and her collaborator.
Glass is an ideal material to ensure individuals living, working, or recuperating inside can access and experience the outside and optimal daylight. This is how it can help promote wellness in buildings.
One of the dominant American architects of major landmarks in this country and Europe—most notably the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. and the glass pyramid at the Louvre in Paris—has died at the age of 102.
Completed in 1962 and abandoned in 2001, Eero Saarinen’s bird-like building at JFK Airport in New York now serves as a spectacular lobby for the new hotel.
OMA’s first major gallery space in the U.S. served as the perfect backdrop for record-breaking sales, which included a $110.7 million Monet.
On view at the Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum through January 20, 2020, the Triennial showcases the transformative potential of multidisciplinary design.
Designed by FXCollaborative with ESI Design, the project invites visitors to consider the meaning behind an iconic symbol of one of the country’s founding concepts.
Architect Aleksandra Jaeschke has been named winner of the seventh annual award.
Thomas S. Hines' meticulously researched account relates how curator and director Arthur Drexler gave MoMA's influential Architecture and Design department "a new purposeful cohesiveness.”
The Climate Mobilization Act will impose strict rules on the city’s larger buildings. Mayor Bill de Blasio, who calls the package of bills a Green New Deal for New York, may have even bigger plans in store.
A trio of German educators and practitioners explore how color intersects with geometry, light, and structure in a wide range of contemporary design projects.
Light plays a crucial role in the dining experience at a new Art Deco–inflected bar and restaurant in London's financial district.
A new innovation center replicates Swarovski's factory in miniature to facilitate productive interaction under one roof.
These offerings enhance retail settings with welcoming design features and playful finishes.
An independent jury has selected finalist projects from 16 different countries. One will win the $1 million prize.
The roof of a new retail and co-working building in Singapore's main shopping district provides a lush public respite.
Albert Kahn, "the man who built Detroit," gets his due in this new book by Michael H. Hodges.
A three-story building in San Francisco, designed to house multiple tenants, is transformed into a colorful and cohesive space for a single client.
Rich references in Carbondale's new shop for the Italian luxury fashion house transport visitors back to Baroque Rome.
Two connected volumes take advantage of the pastoral site and dramatic view.