There is a whole category of architecture these days that isn’t really about building structures to live and work in. It’s more about a conceptual practice that exists in a misty middle ground between art and architecture—think of Snarkitecture, among many others, doing fascinating work in this zone.
Architect Terence Riley brings a touch of Dada to the Design District with the Museum Garage.Read More
The ICA Miami makes its much anticipated debut this month, raising the city's cultural bar. Wendy Vogel tours the new museum with Director Ellen Salpeter.Read More
Eva Franch i Gilabert, chief curator and director of New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture, is readying for the 25th anniversary of the influential Downtown space.Read More
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In Columbus, Indiana, architects Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu tread on hallowed Modernist ground, and ready for a new phase of practice.Read More
Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, fosters a space for the creative engagement of architecture and nature.Read More
September’s Bloomberg Center in New York is only the latest provocation from Thom Mayne, L.A.’s bad boy architect who is loaded with aggressive ideas—and has a Pritzker to prove it.Read More
The architect shares his favorite buildings from the past.Read More
SITE Santa Fe debuts a new building by SHoP Architects, the first museum commission for the New York-based architects.Read More
The architect opens up about her collaborations with Nick Cave and her favorite Chicago haunts.Read More
The galleries, art spaces to see when on a trip to the Windy City.Read More