architecture

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
Fashion

The New Bottega Veneta Store is Your Home Away from Home

The Maison, designed by Tomas Maier, combines three (three!) Upper East Side townhouses, and is accompanied by a New York-themed capsule collection.
Erin Schwartz
2.26.18
Design

See Inside Designer Harry Nuriev’s Electric Blue Apartment

The Moscow-born designer makes furniture in one color at a time, and we got a preview of his next hue.
Erin Schwartz
2.23.18
Design

The London Bauhaus Designed a Socialist Utopia for Penguins

The 20th-century German design movement is often associated with tubular chairs and streamlined workspaces, but the Bauhaus was invested in the natural kingdom from the start.
Erin Schwartz
2.5.18
Art

A New Sculpture on the Jerusalem Border Does Anything But Divide

For two Palestinian architects, it's not about building a wall, but making a brick.
Ann Binlot
12.18.17
architecture

These Remote Museums Are Worth Taking Five Flights, A Four-Hour Hike, and One Ferry Ride

Escape the city to these far-flung museums whose architecture is inspired by the natural landscapes that surround them.​
Erin Schwartz
12.7.17
Art Basel Miami Beach

Zaha Hadid's Sinewy New Tower Transforms the Miami Skyline

Zaha Hadid Architects' luxurious residential block One Thousand Museum is a spectacular new addition to Miami's skyline.
Nick Remsen
12.4.17
Design

Why Ugly Buildings Should Be Preserved

The hard-edged midcentury architectural style known as Brutalism still provides the default visual setting for dystopia. But a resurgent interest in the school's forbidding gray slabs has some fighting for their preservation.
Allee Manning
11.21.17
Design

A New Exhibition Shows the New York Skyline That Could Have Been

Sometimes, it's the plans that never make it to bricks and mortar (or glass and steel) that turn out to have been the best. A new exhibition reveals how the New York skyline could have looked had certain architects got their way.
Noah Chasin
10.18.17
Design

Chicago Architecture Biennial: Not Just Glass Towers and Ruin Porn

While acknowledging our digital present, the Chicago Architecture Biennial's sprawling sophomore installment snubs celebrity and takes a deep dive into history, material, and process.
Saul Anton
10.6.17
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