11 Buildings by Pritzker Winner Shigeru Ban
- One of the oldest types of public space gets reimagined in incredible visions of glass, steel and concrete.
- The Japanese architect—and winner of the 2014 Pritzker Prize—is working with Muji on a new endeavor: using furniture as a module for prefabricated houses.
- An experiential alternative to staid brick-and-mortar stores, pop-up shops are like the food trucks of retail—nimble, creative, and fleeting. Pioneered by L.A.
- Clowns, churches, and an aquarium: Find out how far the boundless curiosity of Ray and Charles Eames stretched.
- London-based Russian graphic designer Sonya Dyakova is making us rethink the notion of judging a book by its cover.
- The Bauhaus designer’s modern vision helped post-war American building see the future.
- Cardboard has fully wiggled out of its boxy stereotype (Frank Gehry's 1971 Wiggle Chair is early evidence) and today plays a role in everything from packaging and product design to furniture and…
- This godfather of industrial design streamlined the look of midcentury America.