The history of New York City's 455 Central Park West, details on how Ai Weiwei's upcoming Alcatraz Island exhibition came to be, and more news to wrap up the week.
The experimental educator will succeed Eric Owen Moss as head of the Los Angeles architecture school in September 2015.
The latest on the Cobb County stadium, a new ideas exchange space at the San Francisco International Airport, and more news for Thursday.
The 113,021-square-foot Islamic art and culture museum opens today in Toronto.
Wood, metal, and leather define this two-piece seating collection, which marks the first collaboration of the French label and an American designer in 14 years.
BART is redesigning its subway cars, Rahm Emanuel will propose a special zone for Chicago riverfront signage, and more stories for Wednesday.
Changing the material state of light from waves to particles allows the team to study atomic behavior with greater accuracy and could help develop more effective sensors and faster computers.
Designed by Brooklyn firm Inaba, "New York Light" won the inaugural Flatiron Plaza Holiday Design Competition, a joint project between the Van Alen Institute and the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership.
The once-outlandish landscapes of Los Angeles are becoming, as Aaron Betsky notes, all too familiar.
UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design selected Kennedy for its biannual prize honoring a design practitioner or academic who has worked to advance sustainability and gender equity in architecture.