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Shows That Matter: “Blueprint”
WHAT: “Blueprint”WHEN: Through March 21WHERE: The Storefront for Art and Architecture, 97 Kenmare Street, New York, New YorkWHY THIS SHOW MATTERS: Construction drawings don’t mean much to...
Frank Gehry Opens Sydney “Paper Bag” Building
The Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove, has officially opened world renowned architect Frank Gehry’s first Australian project, the spectacular Dr Chau...
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House to Reopen
In Los Angeles during the 20th century, houses reigned supreme — the Schindler House and the Case Study Houses are but a few of the modernist residences that continue to define the city’s...
MFAH Expands Its Campus and Holl’s Reputation
Steven Holl is designing a $450-million, 14-acre expansion and a master plan for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. In doing so, he’s also entering a pantheon of sorts.Upon the expansion’s...
$10m Donated to UNSW to Design Affordable Housing
Judith Neilson, philanthropist and founder of Sydney’s White Rabbit Gallery, has donated $10 million to the University of New South Wales’s (UNSW) Faculty of Built Environment to research...
The Mecene: Cinematic Chopard
Cinecittà Studios, once known as Hollywood on the Tiber and home of films like Ben-Hur and La Dolce Vita, is on a mission to recapture its halcyon days. And it has found a glamorous and...
Another Year, Another Libeskind Building
Has Deconstructivism come of age, or has it simply aged? The first major building of the new year by Daniel Libeskind suggests that, in his case, it’s the latter.Located in Mons, Belgium —...
The Melnikov House Goes Public
The most famous opening line in Russian literature offers an unfortunate introduction to the developing story of the country’s most famous residential building, the Melnikov House. “All...
The Best US Architecture and Design Shows of 2015
As a rule, many of the best architecture and design museums are located outside of the United States — the Canadian Center for Architecture in Montreal, the Victoria and Albert Museum in...
Will 2015 Be the Year of Stellar Museum Design?
There’s nothing quite like an important museum building to make, or elevate, an architect’s reputation — or ruin it, should the finished project turn out to be a disaster. The civic and...
The Angriest Architecture Debates of 2014
Editor’s note: This article was updated on December 31, 2014.The saying goes that in architecture, everyone’s a critic. That held especially true in 2014, when tempers flared, angry...
Past Meets Present in Cooper Hewitt’s Expansion
The moniker “Gilded Age” contains a maximalist impulse at its core — more was more for the likes of Andrew Carnegie, the fin de siècle steel baron who made his home in a palatial 1903...
An Architecture and Design Center for Palm Springs
PALM SPRINGS — For a small town surrounded by desert, Palm Springs attracts a great many tourists. Visitors flock to the Southern California town for its climate, dramatic landscape, and...
Architecture Won’t Save the World
“Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities” is, at least nominally, about urbanism and architecture. But in fact, the latest exhibition to go on view in the bantam third...
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