For Arquitectonica’s inaugural program at YoungArts Miami, nearly a dozen South Florida high school students were given six hours to produce drawings and models of a cell phone charging station and a Wi-Fi hotspot. The results included a wave-shaped structure that complemented the ocean view and incorporated a bike rack near its crest; a series of cylindrical booths that resembled trees and provided individual and couple seating; and a multi-tiered lounge-like environment that provided overhead sunscreens and solar panels.
Brazilian artist Virginia de Medeiros embraces the marginalized fringes by embedding herself in the micro-universes of society.Read More
Arquitectonica teams up with YoungArts, nurturing the next Frank Gehry, Nicki Minaj, Kerry Washington or Doug Aitken.Read More
First inspired by Mies, interior designer Michael Dawkins now incorporates luxe pieces into his minimalist aesthetic.Read More
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The Moroccan artist Meriem Bennani shares a peek into her colorful world.Read More
Landscape architect James Corner of Field Operations takes us behind the plantings to discuss the merits of a strategically controlled park experience.Read More
The vibrant centenarian charges full throttle into the fall with a 55-piece retrospective at the Whitney Museum.Read More
On Saturday night, July 23, LAND, the L.A.-based public art group, hosted its Midsummer Fete at the home of gallerist Shulamit Nazarian.Read More
On July 19, Cultured hosted an intimate dinner at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York in celebration of its Summer Issue cover stars, Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman.Read More
On June 17, Compass debuted its Skybridge concept at W South Beach.Read More