Kazuyo Sejima

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Barry Bergdoll and Deborah Berke Join Pritzker Prize Jury

Bergdoll and Berke replace departing jury members Richard Rogers and Ratan N. Tata. More

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The Unexpected Link Between Woodblock Prints and Kazuyo Sejima's Sumida Hokusai Museum

Though designed to exhibit Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai's famous works, the... More

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The New Museum Commissions OMA to Design Expansion

The expansion project is set to break ground in 2019. More

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Stair Details: An Architectural Obsession

Aaron Betsky examines the role of the ceremonial staircase in architecture. More

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Roots of Blobism: Three New York Exhibitions

Three current exhibitions at New York museums explore the roots of non-rectilinear... More

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MoMA To Open "A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond" Exhibition

The Museum of Modern Art hosts an exhibition featuring the work of Pritzker Prize... More

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This Minimalist Table Combines Collaborative and Solo Workspaces

Principles of human-centered design are evident in this continuous serpentine... More

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Architect Creates 8Bit Pixelated Renderings of Great Architecture and Architects

Architect Federico Babina made a series of pixelated, 8-bit retro portraits of the... More

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The Louvre-Lens Opens Today

The SANAA- and Imrey Culbert–designed outpost of the famed Parisian museum opens... More

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Tokyo: Still Building

Despite a recession that has lasted almost two decades, the aging and shrinking of its population, and national debt, there are still cranes busy all around Tokyo and other cities and new infrastructure being built. Aaron Betsky vets the competitors for a national stadium, and is exhilarated by the winning design by Zaha Hadid. More


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