Back by popularity, the Mini Golf exhibition at the National Building Museum features two entertaining courses designed by Washington, D.C...
Exhibitions of James Turrell's work open this summer in Los Angeles, Houston, and New York. It's 2013: the Year of Turrell.
Chicago's first time at the fair.
For artist Pablo Bronstein, the avant-garde has become so institutionalized that history seems radical.
Bernard Tschumi has reimagined Paris’s beloved but crumbling 1934 zoo in a way that improves the experience for both the visitors and the animals.
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Opening a remote branch can be a highly profitable growth opportunity.
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Design often means stepping outside of the office—when surfing—or thinking outside of the box—when thinking of design as great food. See...
Artist Sarah Morris films the Glass and Farnsworth houses. At the Wexner Center through April 15.
A new Paul Rudolph monograph offers a fresh take on the architect’s concrete projects.
Young Architects 15 showcases the work of the winners of the 2013 Architectural League Prize.
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