Pat Bosch doesn’t like to be pigeon-holed. As design director of Perkins+Will’s Miami office, she inspires, provokes and leads teams of experts in projects that span size, typology and cultures—formidable tasks that require serious versatility. Bosch personifies the humanistic approach that defines Perkins+Will’s 82-year-old legacy, where architecture is a means to fix, help and affect.
Architect Andrew Heid visits the archives at MoMA with Barry Bergdoll to get a preview of “Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive.”Read More
Cultured caught up with Grimshaw’s Vincent Chang, Christian Hoenigschmid-Grossich and Christina Tung, all of whom have worked extensively on the Frost Science Museum, which opened this week.Read More
To arrive at their elegant architectural solutions, Leroy Street studio starts by asking questions.Read More
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FaR Architects breaks through Lebanon’s glass ceiling, earning the firm international attention for its socially targeted projects.Read More
Sander Architects pushes the boundaries of hybrid construction from the mountains above Palm Springs to the canals of Venice.Read More
As German-Iranian architect Markus Dochantschi takes on his 11th gallery, Brook Mason finds out just how he is turning the art world on its head.Read More
For the husband and wife team at the helm of Gachot Studios, checks and balances are essential.Read More
Whether in Manhattan or Tucson, the Aranda\Lasch design studio is elevating everything from precipitation to basket- weaving, one chair, building and community at a time.Read More
With a half century of captivating waterfront projects under his belt, Richard Meier gives an elegant update to Miami’s Surf Club.Read More
In advance of his debut at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, architect Jimenez Lai of Bureau Spectacular extolls the virtues of BS.Read More