architecture

Engaging Architecture

Steven Holl Fuses Light and Geometry in His Latest Houses

A new book from Rizzoli highlights this Pritzer Prize-ready architect.
Michael Webb
11.29.18
Design

The Art of Gaudí Furniture

On the celebrated architect’s very noteworthy furniture.
Colby Mugrabi
11.27.18
travel

Why an Accidental Art Scene is Flourishing in the Desert

In Palm Springs, a new crop of creatives are building on the famous Midcentury architectural foundations.
Annabel Herrick
11.27.18
Art

How Robert Venturi Helped Turn Las Vegas Into America’s Architecture

The pioneering postmodern architect died on Thursday at the age of 93.
Stefan Al
11.26.18
Fashion

How to Design an Exhibition Worthy of Seven Decades of Dior

“Dior: From Paris to the World” opens this week at the Denver Art Museum.
Emma Specter
11.20.18
architecture

The Glenstone Museum’s New Pavilions Combine Art with Nature

A new cluster of galleries at this private museum in Maryland opened in early October.
Michael Webb
11.15.18
Art

Auf Wiedersehen Berlin: Cologne Is the Spiritual Home of German Art

From Neo-Expressionism to Pop, it’s all about the concrete city on the Rhine.
Clem Fiell
11.9.18
SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION

What Halston, Brutalism, Caviar, and Rihanna Have In Common

The house where GARAGE hosted its fashion week party on Monday night has a long history that leads us all the way to Queen Rihanna.
Erin Schwartz
9.11.18
architecture

The Big Urban Future of the Tiny Apartment

Micro apartments have become trendy for urban professionals aiming to streamline their lives. But does the fad forebode a return to Industrial Age overcrowding?
Sam Holleran
7.26.18
Design

Meet the Collector Who Transformed His Home Into a Far-Out Design Museum

Verner Panton’s joyful, hyper-saturated interiors were the peak of 1970s design. We spoke to Niklas, a collector on a mission to recreate Panton’s distinctive environments today.
Erin Schwartz
6.1.18
architecture

Who Says Architects Have to Make Buildings?

At the Venice Architecture Biennale, some of the most exciting exhibitions were provisional and collectively produced.
Sam Holleran
5.31.18
architecture

How a Brutalist Housing Project Landed at the Venice Architecture Biennale

A Brutalist housing project in London is being demolished, but London’s V&A Museum rebuilt part of its facade at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Fabrizio Meris
5.30.18
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