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.
Looking at data from a recent study on museums, Aaron Betsky asks whether or not the era of big museums has ended.
Ben van Berkel of UNStudio describes his series of quietly colorful structures designed for one of China’s largest flower shows.
Ritchie’s book recalls his career as the “Glass man,” and shows how a celebrated group of British architects became so technologically savvy.
Architect Margot Krasojevics is building a house for South African surfers that will be partially powered by the waves they know well.
Craig Dykers of the architecture firm Snohetta on his melting pot of projects, including designing Norway's currency.
It can't be easy being the world's most famous living architect. Sometimes you have to say what's on your mind. Sometimes words just won't...
Can't make it to San Francisco to see 'Bay Lights' yourself? We've rounded up three videos that will make you feel as if you were there...
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.
The festival stresses the work of creative industries and businesses for the country’s economic future.
“The card game for horrible places” brings together gamers and a new generation with an interest in cities and a smart sense of humor.
A new Paul Rudolph monograph offers a fresh take on the architect’s concrete projects.
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