Table of Contents July 2010
At this summer's Shanghai Expo, China's largest city shows off ... and so do the nations of the world, through pavilions that range from sleek to whimsical.
Software architects, enterprise architects, information architects: Can title creep be stopped?
Promoted by New Urbanists, form-based codes are gaining in popularity around the country. What do they mean for architects?
Few American cities embody “place” quite like New Orleans, where European, African, and Caribbean traditions are blended in a kind of cultural jambalaya.
Since he became the North Carolina Museum of Art’s director in 1994, Lawrence Wheeler has lobbied for an expansion to the Raleigh, N.C., institution’s 1983 Edward Durell Stone–designed building (completed after his death).
The original idea for the new Macquarie Group office at One Shelley Street in Sydney was more akin to a scene from a Pixar movie than to the perception of a modern banking institution.
If you offer thoughtful service in addition to good design, not only will customers return for more, they'll be your firm's best advocates, too.
The Air stool is the latest addition to Gandia Blasco's Plastic collection of indoor-outdoor furniture.
The Recicla waste receptacle is made up of 100 percent recycled material.
Created by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen, Flos' Belevedere outdoor lights use LEDs or metal halide light sources.
Exhibits Books Etc.
A drawing of the Louvre by Bernini's righthand man, Mattia de Rossi, went up for auction at Christie's on July 7.
The Capri dimmer and other materials from Lutron's 50-year history have been donated to the National Museum of American History.
A quartet of curators has taken a novel tack for the 2010 National Design Triennial, showing work in eight virtuous categories.
Most of the built environment is actually vernacular architecture, and this guidebook takes a look a 61 examples of it.